January 17th, 2012, 05:39 PM #1
Capturing (Adobe) Video From Internet
Dear Fellow Members:
Does anyone know how to go about capturing videos from the Internet? For example, I am interested in "capturing" video that accompanied the story about the cruise ship which recently struck a rock shortly upon departing Italy.
I have a TV tuner card installed in my "Windows 7 Home Premium" computer, but am uncertain as to its capabilities for accomplishing such a task. Is there a technique for capturing such videos with software contained within Windows 7? Or some third-party software / hardware that will provide quality video capture, but will not break the proverbial bank?
I would greatly appreciate any ideas and/or knowledge that someone in the know would be willing to share. Thank you very much.
BrangwenASUS A7N8X-E Deluxe, Athlon XP 3200+, 1.5 GB Samsung [400 MHz] DDR, Matrox Parhelia 128 Graphics, Dual LG FLATRON Displays, WinXP Pro SP3
January 17th, 2012, 08:47 PM #2
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Not sure what Adobe has anything to do with this but there are some decent programs out there that will capture the desktop.
SnapaShot Classic Freeware download and reviews from SnapFiles
Capture View Freeware download and reviews from SnapFiles
CamStudio Freeware download and reviews from SnapFiles
Free Screen To Video Freeware download and reviews from SnapFiles
Search for freeware and shareware downloads at SnapFiles.com
January 17th, 2012, 08:48 PM #3
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You don't "capture", at least not by way of your TV card. You'd have to download it. If you are using firefox there are several add-ons that allow you to capture the flash file and save it.
edit: Some of what Tax linked may actually work. But you need to be a bit more clear as to what these videos are (file types ect) and what they play in. If they are adobe (meaning flash based) or if they are WMP files that stream to your computer you might need something different.
If they are flashed based videos then a FF flash down loader will work
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