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FDP Forum / Home Recording Forum / video recording

David D


Jan 9th, 2019 05:09 PM   Edit   Profile  

I need some help with video recording and getting it from what ever I use to record with, which I don't know at this point. And then how to get it to my pc. I play at church mostly and want to video myself playing the song along with the practice audio so I can go back and see how I played that song as I probably have forgotten by the time we do it again. I have tried my phone but sometimes they come out upside down and or grainy. I am trying to email them or text them but that seems like a long way to do it. I am 59 is why this type thing is hard. Are there any clean ways of doing this or do you have to have tv type of equipment. I think it would save me a lot of time on my practice time.
Thanks David

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Just beyond Mars

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Jan 9th, 2019 11:51 PM   Edit   Profile  

You can do it with your phone, once you figure out how to set up the video function. Clamp it to a tripod (the little desktop ones are great) and record the vid. It helps to have the phone plugged into the charger while you do this if you're recording a lengthy vid.

When you get home, plug your phone into your computer with a USB cable and transfer the video file to your desktop.

From there, you can use whatever video movie-maker software is on your computer. Both Windows and Macs come loaded with something that will do it.

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