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Transferring And Saving Videos


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#1 Juggler

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Posted 01 October 2007 - 09:41 AM

Hi all I'm trying to figure out how to save a friend's Photobucket video to my computer so I can edit it in Windows Movie Maker. As you can tell, I'm not real savvy with terminology, so I could really use an "Idiot's Guide To..." explanation LOL..... I have a Photobucket account as well.....I'd really appreciate any input.

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Posted 09 October 2007 - 08:31 AM

Why don't you just get your friend to send you the orginal copy to edit?
If all else fails, hit the reset button.
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Posted 09 October 2007 - 10:33 AM

You should just be able to right click>save as the file and save it to your computer. Then open it in Windows Movie Maker and edit it.

Aside from that, either have your friend send it to you through AIM, MSN, or whatever messenger service you use or have them send it to you physically on a CD or something.
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