Saturday, October 4, 2008

How I saved a flash movie to disk.

My mother in law was in some footage on the kstp website and wanted the video for posterity... Apparently there is a service that will send you a copy of the clips from the web but it costs $45, kinda ridiculous, like so many other things...

So, did a search and found some amazing software: WebVideoCap.
This software will grab the video file out of the ethernet and capture it to a file, which is a great idea and it is awesome that someone wrote it and is giving it away.

This saved the file as a flv, which you can open in VLC, upload to blogspot, or open in AVS video editor and save to a quicktime movie (or whatever). I also would like to give a shout out to AVS video editor, as I received it from and it has been quite useful.

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