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Adding Video to your Blog

March 1, 2009 by Chris Guld · 5 Comments 

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Do you have a video camera? If so, you may want to add video to your blog. For example, we like to play Pickleball. So many people ask, “What is Pickleball?” The best way to explain is by showing it. If you would like to add a video like this to your blog … read on.

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RV Cooking Show Takes the Kraft Video Cooking Challenge – 3 New Videos

December 10, 2008 by Evanne Schmarder · 7 Comments 

Last time I shared a fun and fabulous video including a trio of salsa. Today I share with you a trio of videos. Yep, that’s right – 3 videos fresh out of the camper. Now mind you, these are a little different than the usual RV Cooking Show fare – these are entries in the Kraft Video Cooking Challenge – yippee!!

Each video is only 3 minutes long and is exclusively cooking in my Tango RV kitchen. They all turned out deliciously simple and I think you’re going to like what you see.

Shamelessly, I ask that you please rate the video and leave a comment both on here and on YouTube!

RV Cooking Show Grills Kraft Foil-Pack Taco Chicken

Rate it on YouTube

Now on to the other two…

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Picasa 3 and Video Files

December 4, 2008 by Chris Guld · 2 Comments 

Many point and shoot digital cameras today have a video mode. If your video files are stored in a supported format, Picasa will manage them right along with your photo files. The supported formats are: .avi, .mpg, .asf, .wmv and .mov. If any of those files exist on your camera card when you import, they will be imported as well. You will see them in your picasa library. They will look just like a photo, except you will see a movie icon in the lower left corner, like the image at right. And, when you double-click on it, it will play.
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