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I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Thu May 28, 2015 9:27 am
by bjrichus
Look what I managed to capture from the Skyline cam just now.

I bet they made a real noise as they all went past.

Re: I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Thu May 28, 2015 10:27 am
by AngelGirl
Looks fun!!! 8)

Re: I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Thu May 28, 2015 3:35 pm
by Kenny Wilder
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I captured them on the Cam too this morning at 9:29-31 AM. I noticed that you captured them at 9:29-51. Is that cool or what?

Re: I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Thu May 28, 2015 8:18 pm
by bjrichus
What is funny is that just as I was reaching for the screen capture key combination the cam screen updated. If I was half a second earlier, we might have got the same shot!

Weird!!!!!!!

Re: I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Fri May 29, 2015 12:33 am
by Kenny Wilder
What's even more weird is that I was viewing the Skyline Cam because moments earlier I had performed a restart on the Cam because it had stopped its transmission.

I know you know this, but most folks on the forum capture the Skyline Cam's images by clicking the Print Screen key, then save it to your computer. Because the Print Screen capture shows everything on your desktop, you have to use the crop tool to show only the Player's image. A quicker way to post still images of the Skyline Cam is to simply click save image as to your computer. The file format is PNG, but that's ok because the forum software allows most file formats even if you don't use them.

However, the HD ZOOM CAM's player being streaming video does not allow the save as image technique at this time. Therefore, you will have to use the Print Screen technique in capturing a still image of the Cam's Player.

Re: I'll bet these guys were noisy...

Posted: Fri May 29, 2015 7:26 am
by bjrichus
Kenny Wilder wrote:The file format is PNG, but that's ok because the forum software allows most file formats even if you don't use them.
I just did a right click (using Chrome browser) on the Skyline cam and "save image as" and it saved as file name netcam.jpg and all my image software (like Photoshop), opens it as a jpg.

As you say with the HD cam, its the plugin movie image, so you have to do a print screen and edit it.