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Thanks, Anya07!! My version is only 75% done. Did you record a version where there was only one camera in the first set up through game 6-2, 1-0 in the second set, and the tech staff hadn't arrived? That was a bizarre match to watch for that reason. All of a sudden, from the 2nd game in the second set forward, there are professional looking shots of the players (i.e. not just shots of the court from one angle and camera circling to focus on mountains between changeovers.
I guess I'll download your version to see if it is Bet365 like mine.
I am sorry I am late with this match and probably good Anya beat me to get it out. I never realized what a pain in the butt this would be, or the numerous problems I would run into attempting to work with various proprietary .flv files and trying to convert them into a better format. I've come to learn that Adobe has a stranglehold with this awful flash software and put out various types in every stream so that one ends up downloadig about 30 different programs to try and convert different formats. I recorded the great Tsonga/Soda match too, and was sure I would get that one completed in a few hours, but found out the strream I used (UStream) used another variation on flv that is based on H264 and is not recognized by any of my previous software for a different kind of Flash (Verson 8). Moyea seems to have stranglehold on this software and produce $30 separate programs for each problem one runs into.
Workarounds I've tried are using Java screen capture programs like Krut on my downloaded videos from W2 recorder and Replay Media Catcher, transforming files from .MOV to .AVi, found out these files not recognized by Windows Movie Maker, and now both of my Soda matches are crashing whenever I try to make the slightest modifications to the movies since they have become large. I am currnently downloading ULeads Corel Vision Studio since the answer on Movie Maker is that it sucks if you try to used if for creating actual complex movies and crashes. Anyway, Maybe Anya's Korolev match saves me from trying to finish that project, but I would like to release the Soda/Tsonga match, because I really caught great footage for the match...I just am running into every sort of issue one could every imagine in getting video edited and completed and am giving up for the day with the project about half done since Windows Movie Maker has now become hopeless (I can't raise the volue on a clip without it crashing right now
Anya, when you first started trying to record and create videos, did you run into a learning and blockage of ease curve that was mind blowing? I keep thinking I'll get something done in an hour or two, and then 8 hours later, and 20 downloaded solutions to one problem after the next, I am ragged and exhausted. And just when I think I've run into every imaginable problem, I run into something new like the H264 MP4 Ipod saving format that is hostile to every coversion software utility other than ones that force you dish out more bucks. I am furious at Adobe right now. I've tried using WM Recorder 3.11, Replay Media Catcher, Jaksta, Replay Media Capture, Bitrecorder, and also found that every single stream is different (Justin.tv and VShare can only be recorded, not downloaded; Vshare can barely be viewed anymore; Tennis.tv provides no solutions for anyone not using the highest speed connections; Bet365 times out all the time on me; UStream uses that H264 Ipod format that only Moyea seems able to recognize, and wants to watermark unless you buy another one of their programs. Windows Movie Maker is a piece of garabe.....
Anyway, any tips on each of doing this would be helpful...send a PM if desired. I meant to have the Korolev match complted on Sunday. I thought with the awesome downloading/recording results I had on the Tsonga match, I could bundle the two matches together, but it looks like I am giving up on Movie Maker and won't be able to continue until later today. But I should have a quality version of that great match, it is just that I have been humbled and flabbergasted by how difficult it has been to do the simplest things to attain a created video.
Thanks Anya, and thanks all for patience. I miss the live scoring, but am a little stubborn in trying to ccomplete something I start and put a great deal of time into figuring out.
BTW, doesn't Robin look great right now.