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how do i post a video clip

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Was just going to ask the same ? i have a couple small clips on my camera i think a few in here might wanna see.

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First priority is getting them off of your camera and onto your computer.

After that you need to get the file to a suitable size for on-line transfer and viewing.

Your next priority is hosting your video somewhere so we can view it. Nowadays you can use google video, youtube, dailymotion, the list goes on.

There are a lot of details in each step and takes trial and error.

I prefer to stream my videos so I don't have to host them at a commercial site. I bought me own site to do this. A website is cheap...you can get them as low as 3.95 per month, that is what I pay. There is also more than enough space.

If you want to talk I can get down to the details shoot me an e-mail, tfilio@yahoo.com

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Pretty cool, but it took forever to buffer. How big did he end up being?

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