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Capturing AVI files

by tyrantiger / October 30, 2004 7:49 PM PDT

hi there, i was watching a film clip on both winamp in .avi and .rm in realplayer. is there anyway to capture them? i tried the video capture function in snagit, but it didn't work.

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Re: Capturing AVI files
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 31, 2004 1:26 AM PDT
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Re: Capturing AVI files
by lahayes / December 8, 2004 10:57 PM PST
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Hi Tyratinger,

I see that you posted this question back in October. I'm just now checking out the forums, so I'm not sure you still need help with this question.

SnagIt's video cature to AVI should work. If you need help with this, please contact TechSmith's free technical support at support@techsmith.com.

One of our other products, Camtasia Studio, might be what you're looking for, though. It's designed to capture AVI files and then edit them, etc., and then publish them to SWF, WMV, etc. I depends on what you're like to do with the AVI.

Let us know if we can help further.

Thanks,
Lee
Director, Product Management
TechSmith Corp.

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