Re: Thanks Gang!
- Thanks Will! I had already made a video from the saved email video
file and imported it into Windows Movie Maker and posted it to my
blog...before I knew you had posted this info. But thanks for the
dirt, nonetheless... I'll try it your way and see how it works....
--- In email@example.com, "Will Law" <wlaw@h...> wrote:
> It's really easy to save a Comcast video email:
> 1. With the video email playing inside the Comcast web page, right
> video and select "properties"
> 2. Copy the "location" - it may extend over several lines, all of
> not visible, so be sure you get the whole thing.
> 3. Open up Windows Media player, then "Open URL" and paste in the
> you just copied.
> 4. Once it has downloaded, select "File>Save As" and save it to
> would like. You can then use whatever host/embed interface you like
> it to your blog.
> 5. If posting to another blog is your ultimate objective, you can
> yourself some time by not downloading it to your system. If your
> supports embedding Window Media video, then simply use that
> supply the location from step 2 as the source for your blog video.
> Comcast pay for all the streaming from your blog! (I would check
> of service to see how long they keep the video active).
> I just went through this process to confirm it:
> Here is the original video email from Comcast
> Here it is inside my test Blog
> From: courtwms777 [mailto:courtwms777@y...]
> Sent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 10:48 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [videoblogging] Re: Thanks Gang!
> Oh yeah.. .which reminds me.. I thought I'd asked in an earlier
> if it were possible to 'save' a video email (I have that from
> Comcast) and post it to a blog.. but now that I think about it..
> there any way to save it? Hmmmm... since it pops up inside a
> webpage... hmmmm...
> anyone? (I don't think anyone replied to that question before..)
> --- In email@example.com, Steve Garfield <steve@o...>
> > I tried this for free embedded flash off of a web cam site and it
> > http://www.userplane.com/apps/videoRecorder.cfm
> > I did a bunch of tests with it if you want to see how it works:
> > http://vspan.blogspot.com/2004_08_01_vspan_archive.html
> > On Dec 2, 2004, at 12:33 PM, courtwms777 wrote:
> > > I'm mostly curious about that http://videoaddon.com site and am
> > > close* to signing up as having an embedded flash video
> > > in more attractive to me than trying to figure out how to give
> > > with alllllll those different player options a choice (real,
> > > quicktime, windows, high speed, dial up... ugh).
> > --------- [ Web Site ] ---------
> > Steve Garfield
> > http://stevegarfield.com
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