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    I Recently Recored a Video from Fraps and i wanted to convert that video to AVI but i didnt know what kind of file that Fraps makes, and i wanted to know what is the best way to configure my YouTube Videos befor i upload them?

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    I think it makes an AVI file, but with a video codec that's propriatory to itself. Basicly... you need to re-encode it. Google and Download VirtualDubMod, first off.

    Next I suggest that you go to VideoHelp.com and look up one of the many guides to using VdubMod. I could explain it, but why when it's allready been done so much better so many times over.

    Vdubmod is pretty damn straightforward, but you may need the guide. Anyway, just open the file, save as, and make sure the video is set to full processing mode, and change the encoder used to Divx, xvid... something simple like that.

    Wait for it, and that's all there is to it.
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    to convert the video from youtuve i use riva encoder is fast and easy to use or you can try with blink and smacker (RAD)

    you can find it here www.download.com search in sofwares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by $ylas View Post
    to convert the video from youtuve i use riva encoder is fast and easy to use or you can try with blink and smacker (RAD)

    you can find it here www.download.com search in sofwares.
    List Of AVI converters http://www.freedownloadscenter.com/S...converter.html <3 Google

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    hmm, if you have Firefox, u do know that it has an ablitiy to download and transfer to ur computer?

    look for an extenstion call: Ook! Video Ook!

    however, i never use it much, so i have no clue.

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    A website which lets you download youtube vids directly:
    http://keepvid.com.

    Paste the link to the YouTube video in the text box there, and select YouTube from the drop-down menu on the right of the text box. Click Download.

    It'll give you a download link under the text box. When you finished downloading the file, change the file extension to .flv from whatever it was before (if it was already flv, then it's ok). If it has no extension, add the .flv extension.

    You can play this file using VLC:
    http://www.videolan.org/vlc/.

 

 

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