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How to Edit Images from Videos?

September 24, 2011
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How to Edit Images from Videos?

Edit Images from Videos like a PRO – Using Video Capture Software? Many video enthusiasts around the world use this form of editing in making documentaries. They also use this to create contact sheets for photo documentaries. Using captured images from videos takes a lot of effort in improving the quality, especially if you are shooting rapid shots that makes the image blur, nonetheless, it also depends on the quality of the video.  Using the best HD Camcorders out there gives you an edge on this one. I’m going to give you an idea on how to pull-out your video and...

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How to Make a Slideshow using a Video Capture Software?

September 22, 2011
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How to Make a Slideshow using a Video Capture Software?

Have you ever wanted to include a video in an oral/web presentation? You have a video that has too many boring parts, or there are to many out of topic frames that you don’t want to cover up. You decided to make it as a presentation instead, to do that you to have capture some images in you presentation from the video, put comments, annotations and templates just to make the images presentable. For you to be able to do that, you have to take frame by frame capture of the video and display quality images to be ready...

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How to Index your Videos using Video Capture Software?

September 21, 2011
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How to Index your Videos using Video Capture Software?

The problem is, there are growing amounts of video data on your disk. How will you organize and archive them in a much lesser time? Once you can no longer find videos that you know of, or you have it somewhere else on your disk, a problem starts to occur. The videos are taking too much space on your hard drive, so you have had to split them among several disks and now you don’t know which video is where. This is caused by growing amounts of video data and to solve this problem you need to find a...

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How to Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI

August 25, 2011
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How to Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI

Capture frames in WebM videos using FVI A little info about webM, WebM is an open media file format designed for the web. Its files consist of video streams compressed with the VP8 video codec and audio streams compressed with the Vorbis audio codec. The file structure is based on the Matroska media container. more info Ok, so now you have downloaded, or had a WebM video that you want to put up in a site, and you want to make thumbnails for it to post in your blog, social site etc. And, you probably have already installed the...

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Fast Video Indexer 1.23 Update

August 25, 2011
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Fast Video Indexer 1.23 Update

Capture video frame thumbnails and generate html, jpeg pictures for your videos. A new update from Fast Video Indexer, from the past a lot of version have been made and all have been greatly helpful. Fast video indexer v1.23 Added new advanced option (Name by ImageNo) to name the first image using the same name as the video and the following images in integer sequence 1,2,3… This option is turned off by default. Default mode: Sample Clips, Captured every frame at 20s (Name by ImageNo set to 1) Note: Be careful to avoid name duplication’s if you have saved index pictures...

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Fast video indexer 1.20

April 25, 2011
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Today I uploaded a new version of Fast video indexer. It’s a minor upgrade that adds .webm as a recognized video file extension. The documentation is also updated to correct some spelling errors.

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Kudos, WebM video!

April 13, 2011
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Kudos, WebM video!

Since the day WebM join the list of open and freely usable Web formats, video finally became a first-class citizen of the Web. That was a big deal, and the day will always be remembered in the history of the Web. At Fast Video Indexer, we’re proud to add support for WebM. A WebM file consists of VP8 video and Vorbis audio streams, in a container based on a profile of Matroska. The project releases WebM related software under a BSD license and all users are granted a worldwide, non-exclusive, no-charge, royalty-free patent license. To get more control over...

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Fast video indexer 1.19

March 14, 2011
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Quick update, noticed I messed up when I created the installer yesterday. The file included there was really not the 1.18 version so… took the oportunity to update the about box in the program as well… so Fast video indexer 1.19 is what you want, if you downloaded yesterday, sorry.

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Fast video indexer awards

May 25, 2010
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Fast video indexer awards

Every once and a while I get emails saying the Fast video indexer got an award on some webpage. I think most of these awards are just a way to lure software developers to give their a backlink. So, I have been kind of reluctant to add the awards to the Fast Video Indexer web page. That is until now, nothing has really changed but since the competing products do it, I guess I should too? Anyway here are the start of the new Fast video indexer award page. I just added the last couple of awards to it...

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Fast video indexer 1.16

May 23, 2010
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Fast video indexer 1.16 is now available for download. It’s a small upgrade, the difference is that time is now send to the template in ms instead of seconds. The reason for this change was that if you captured more than one frame per second the images would get the same name and you would end up with only one image per second unless you changed to name by frame.

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