Videos taken from your iphone or ipad are automatically imported into iPhoto when you sync your device to iTunes, but it's not very clear how to get those videos out of iPhoto. Here are the steps...
Movies, Video, DVD
From Apple's web site: "iPod touch finds wireless networks and connects you to the Internet". That can be a little misleading to some people...
I have a dvd of photos I made with Windows live movie maker. I no longer have the photo files on my computer. Is it possible to copy the photos back onto my computer from the DVD so that I can save the files for a new movie?
You can copy recorded shows from your Comcast DVR to a Windows XP computer fairly easily using a FireWire cable, a few software drivers, and a free video streaming program.
How to copy songs from Windows Media Player into iTunes.
It's often desirable to convert DVD movies to an electronic format so they can be viewed as video files right from your computer or mobile device.
Question: I emailed myself a video I took from my blackberry curve. When i try to play the video on my computer it says it can't find the file extension. What is the deal?
Answer: The deal is that you either need a program installed on your computer that can play the video file, or a program that will convert it to a common video format like Quicktime or Windows Media.
I'll cover both approaches, and will introduce you to some free and low-cost programs that'll handle the video viewing and converting. I'll also show you how to convert Quicktime or Windows Media videos into a format that can be viewed on a Blackberry, iPhone, or virtually any mobile device that supports video.
Most computers come with some form of a video player, such as Windows Media Player that plays video files with a .wmv extension. You can also get the Quicktime video player for free from Apple that plays .mp4 video files.
However, videos that are recorded from a mobile device will usually have a different file extension, such as .3GP for movies recorded on Motorola RAZR phones. These videos won't play in Quicktime or Windows Media.
You'll need a video player designed to read the video format that your specific mobile device uses, or better yet - one that can play a wide range of video formats so that you'll still be in luck if you switch phones in the future.
Rather then look for a universal video file player, look for a video file converter. Not only will you get the ability to view all kinds of video files, but you'll be able to convert them to be viewable on other devices or other computer systems like a Macintosh. Two for the price of one.
How to make your videos incredibly effective by adding zoom, pan, and tilt features that focus viewer's attention and just plain look awesome.