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    Capture Video Streaming

    Does anyone know of any software that will allow me to capture video streaming, similar to capturing audio streaming?

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    Re: Capture Video Streaming

    Hi Neville

    Haven't tried it, but Streambox VCR Suite should work for you.

    Have a Great day!!!
    Ken
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    Re: Capture Video Streaming

    Thanks Ken, I'll DL it and give a try.

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    Re: Capture Video Streaming

    Neville
    You might also want to have a look at Quicktime. I'm fairly certain the 'pro' version (+$30) does this, but I think you can also do it with the free version. But to do that you need to sort through the browser cache to find the file. They don't tell you this but ....

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    Re: Capture Video Streaming

    Take a look also at:

    Dr. Divix for Windows 1.05 15 Day Free Trial (high quality and low file sizes)

    Unreal Media Server is Free

    This lets you stream media files from your PC without going through the hassle of installing complicated software. Media Server, an all-in-one media streaming application, supports MP3s, AVIs, QuickTime (version 2 or earlier), and Windows Media. Install Media Server on any Windows 2000 or XP box.


    SMBP

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