Post by BuckMaster on Mar 15, 2007 11:13:22 GMT -5
www.Photobucket.com also allows you to up-load video clips to post on the web. Here is what you do. If you are already posting pictures it's not much different.
Most digital cameras have a MOVIE feature where instead of taking a picture you can take a short video clip which is then stored on the memory stick.
Just take your memory stick and plug it into your computer (you may need a memory stick adapter for this. Walmart has some good ones cheap!)
Up-load the clip by using www.photobucket.com just like you would a picture except this time click on where it says up-load video
Most video clips saved from digital cameras are saved in quick-time format.
Photobucket will let you up-load up to a 5 min clip at a time, but even that is a large file.
once you have up-loaded the clip just copy and paste the img tag just like you do with pictures onto the forum.
P.S. - Remember that you photobucket account may be set to Public view, so when people click to see your video they will also be able to see the rest of your album. If you don't want this to happen then just go to you account settings and change it to private
If anyone has any questions just reply to this post
Last Edit: Mar 15, 2007 11:15:26 GMT -5 by BuckMaster
HUNT TILL THE BUCKS COME HOME.....IN THE BACK OF YOUR TRUCK!
HELP ME BUCKMASTER I CANT FIGURE THE VIDEO CLIP THING.... I DO IT LIKE YOU DO PICTURES BUT NOTHING!!!!!!!! I COULD POST THE LINK BUT WHEN I PUT IT BETWEEN THE IMG TAGS IT DISSAPEARS WHEN I POST. BUT IS STILL THERE WHEN I GO TO MODIFY