Capture streamed video

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H and M Video
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is it possible to capture a video being streamed down the net so that it can be put on disk to review later? If so how?

Harry

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H & M Video wrote:
is it possible to capture a video being streamed down the net so that it can be put on disk to review later? If so how?

Harry

what format ?
that will narrow down the answer.

quicktimepro allows saving of some files.

also http://www.applian.com/wmr/index.php?src=WMRsite

Gary MacKenzie

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H and M Video
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Hi Gary

Do you mean the format that I would be capturing to or from? I would want it in a format which could be used on a DVD, AVI or MPEG2

Harry

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H & M Video wrote:
Hi Gary

Do you mean the format that I would be capturing to or from? I would want it in a format which could be used on a DVD, AVI or MPEG2

Harry

you tend to only be able to capture in the format it is streaming in.

realmedia
quicktime
microsoft streaming format etc.

each version usually requires a different 'stream capture' program.

we have video conferencing equipment here that can stream in quicktime or realmedia , neither of which are capturable , and many of us have tried.

only thing that can capture it is a £10,000 box of electronic trickery , attached to the network.
we havn't bought into it yet , at last two demos , it lasted less than 2 days of demoing before totalling it's firmware/operating system .... it's still in development.

Gary MacKenzie

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