I was just wondering do video codes show up in sinstrucables? like myspace and codes from youtube?
Topic by gotja
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Topic by tarvanitakis
Do they need to include instrucions. most slide shows and videos do not but it is suposted to be a instructable. i am plaining tom post my newest creation as one of there but i am not sure if it will have instructions. does it need instructions?
Topic by dsman195276 | last reply
Some amusing video of folks from the Sci-Fi network mildly abusing a Pleo. (This is the next toy from the people who brought you the Furby.)It's amazingly easy to kill off the little dinosaur, really. Thankfully you can always reboot.My favorite part was probably Stuart P. Bentley's comment:I can't believe you guys work for the Sci-Fi Channel and passed up the opportunity to choke a robot dinosaur while saying "IF THIS IS A CONSULAR SHIP, WHERE IS THE AMBASSADOR?"
Topic by canida | last reply
Unless i constrain myself this will sound like one of Gordon Ramsays shows... ;-) Fu blo he. It's fung time to do something about those bloo videos that stu people are carpet bombing Instructables with. ! Please limit the possibility of posting an unlimited amount of instructables/slideshows/videos per 24 hour period. One (1) per 24 hours are quite enough for anyone that are actually doing something good and not just carpet bombing/spamming crappy videos from Metacafe to get some money. As a temporary solution maybe just banning Metacafe-videos would help remove those obnoxious spammers. Or can you also get payed by videos on Youtube/Google? Talking in friendly manner to these guys doesn't really help. It only fixes (possibly) the problem with one guy, but there will just come more and more of them all the time. (The image of Gordon is stolen from telegraph.co.uk - sorry about that...)
Topic by matseng | last reply
Who wants to learn how to fly in a wingsuit with me? Shall we learn to paraglide first? Man, Mountain, Wingsuit - Click here for this weekÃÂÃÂ¢ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ¬ÃÂ¢ÃÂÃÂ¢s top video clips Another video I couldn't embed:http://www.biertijd.com/mediaplayer/?itemid=4262
Topic by ewilhelm | last reply
I've just noticed - if you enclose a comment in , they don't show up on your "comments" page. You just get an empty space with the name of the person who posted it. I guess the system thinks that the contents of are supposed to be code of some sort, but it's an odd effect anyway. As an aside - what is the best you can do with the image below? (The second version is a PNG file, just in case you'd prefer.) Lemonie's video...
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
This is the video, around 20 minutes long. but worth every secondshe even pwns radio shack!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Topic by ledzep567 | last reply
So the servers are wonky and I can't put up my instructable. But here is the video that goes with the instructable for your previewing pleasure. It is the same video with different songs selected to go with it. Please tell me what you think( no, this is not an IQ test). or this:
Topic by caitlinsdad | last reply
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Topic by AirDogdrone | last reply
I was wondering if anyone has managed to figure out how to send video through a radio frequency? i need for an rc project to make a video signal come through a radio frequency, then onto a pc/laptop and can be viewed in / as close to real time as possible.
Question by duelist | last reply
Check out this awesome time-lapse of Burning Man 2007! Video by peef from the Shipyard -- thanks to Star for the link.From peef's notes: The images were captured by a Canon G3 mounted in a weatherproof housing of my own design up on a 20 foot pole next to the Powertainer. There were 18,486 images shot at 2272x1704 which is almost 4 megapixels each. Some of the full-size stills are stunning! The camera was controlled by a custom Daemon I wrote using the Gphoto library, which ran on the Powertainer's Slackware linux system and the images were stored full-size on a hard drive. After the event, I ran another piece of code that downsampled the images to 640x480 then composed them at 30fps into a MPEG-4 video. My friend Tom Sepe added the Music and Titles for me and Voila!The Man burns ( prematurely! ) around 3:55, then is temporarily removed by crane for repairs. The actual burn happens around 8:00. In between you'll catch lots of neon, dust storms, and some beautiful shadows crawling across the playa.Gorgeous still photo taken by Scott Beale of Laughing Squid.
Topic by canida | last reply
I used to like console gaming because systems rarely/never costed more than $300, it was simple, and everybody had the same stuff. There were no expensive HDTVs, broadband-requiring/expensive online play, the fanciest peripheral was the rumble pack, and your console didn't do anything except light up a power light if there was no game in it.I'm not rich, my parents have never owned a house, and with all the fancy crap that consoles require and do today, I can't afford even a Wii (not that I'd want one, the novelty has worn off). I'm not saying all these improvements in gaming are bad, but for someone like me, I just don't have the money for a shiny new 360, or even high-speed internet (I live on an acerage and there's no cable in the country) for online muiltiplayer/communication.For now, I'll just have to fondly remember having home tournaments playing Star Wars Episode 1 Pod-Racer on N64 with my friends.What do YOU think about gaming today?
Topic by Aeshir
Hello guys, If you like to watch football/soocer videos online could you also maybe tell me where can I find football/soccer videos of the World Cup, Champions League, Premiere League and Bundesliga? I'd love to be able to watch all the football/soccer videos I like in one place in some dedicated football video streaming websites. So if you have any suggestions on good places where to go online and watch World Cup, Champions League, Premiere League and Bundesliga football/soccer videos do share them with me.
Question by simonsgreene | last reply
I like slideshows, I know not everyone does, meh. I love instructables, with text and pictures, and the occasional video demonstrating the item. But the videos, oh dear Ghod, the videos. I don't really like the videos, but when these metacafe people carpet bomb the front page with a dozen videos, I want to punch them in the groin. So, nope, never, ever gonna look at another video again, don't care if you invented a space drive, and brought back a freaking green skinned alien babe with two navels, not gonna watch it. That's all, I feel better.
Topic by Tool Using Animal | last reply
Do you guys know any good football sites to go to and watch Premier League, World Cup and Champions League football videos and football games highlights? I wanna watch some football videos of Premier League and Champions League and football videos compilations and, since the World Cup starts this week, I 'll probably also want to watch World Cup football videos with the latest games and highlights. So if you have some suggestions on good sites to watch Premier League, World Cup and Champions League football videos that you also use, do share them with me.
Question by nygeygoode | last reply
I noticed that the amount of so called "video only" Instructables has reached annoying numbers. Might be alone with my opinion but when I check some of those Ibles just containing a single line of text and a video I fail to see the point. Further checking usually shows the video is advertised on many other sites in a similar way. Only goal is to get as much hits on Youtube and such, making money. IMHO Instructables is about making things but not about dumping single video files. If that is a goal for this website than at least these Instructables should be moved out of the normal area and into a video only section. And if someone simply posts videos only to promote his channel than it should be considered to remove those Instructables as I consider them advertising but not a real Instructable. What do you guys think?
Question by Downunder35m | last reply
I saw this video of a Japanese game show where players try to play a game of soccer with binoculars strapped to their heads: It made me think: what other kinds of games could you have, where your own perceptions were the challenge? Fisheye lenses over each eye? Periscopes? Let's hear some ideas; maybe we can come up with some cool, brand-new Instructable ideas.
Topic by nagutron | last reply
I am going to get a Super Cub trainer and I want to know how to mount a live feed camera and what type of camera
Question by a10lover | last reply
I know some people have been complaining about the stupid Metacafe videos that are just on here to make money, so i created a group for only the BEST videos with good instructions, and actually teach you something. here it is: BestofMetacafe
Topic by TeacherOfTheWays | last reply
Titanic: Adventure out of time is the best computer game I have ever played. It was released in 1996 by cyberflix. The main plot begins on the titanic the night the ship hits the icberg. You have a mission with many sub missions, that inclueds finding many items and doing many other things. You mission all boils down to getting 4 items. Depending on what you get and what you dont, you alter the corse of history. The optimum ending stops WW 1 and 2 and the cold war from happening. Its a truley awesome game Anyway, the reason Im posting this forum is I would like to discuss it with other people. If you have this game or have played it, Post a comment and you will be bombarded with questions from me :-)Thanks!Wikipedia link about this game.
Topic by I_am_Canadian | last reply
Watch this. Love this. Now. (Caution, some naughty words, so turn the volume down if you're at work. If you're at school, wait until you get home to watch it.) I saw this originally on Rather Good. Beware, that link is definitely not safe for work. But, then, as I was posting the above video, I saw this video being tweeted by gmjhowe. It's nearly as good, but ten times longer... You know, I think both videos say exactly the same thing...?
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Two tesla coils are being used to play the mario theme song. This is the first time i have ever tried embedding something, so im hoping this works. if there is no video there, here is the link:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1O2jcfOylUmany thanks to goodhart for telling me how to get the video in here.
Topic by its a lion | last reply
I have been a member for a while and have watched as more and more people begin to use metacafe. I don't know why I feel so strongly about this but I really don't like the metacafe users. It seems like when they could use either one (or better yet they could actually write out their instructions into an instructable) they choose to use metacafe just so they can get payed. (and they certainly do. Some recieve more than others, but all get a guaranteed number of hits by uploading it here with an interesting name.) They don't make full instructables. They sometimes now don't even make it an instructional video. They just make a video saying 'hey look what i made.' It is a valid use to make a genuinely good instructional video. (see: Kipkay's vids and a few others) It is also a valid use to make a video showing the project doing whatever it does. (see: Greg Madison's Tron Lamp) It is another thing entirely to make a quick video of you mumbling something incoherent while turning your project result over and over, or a video that has no instructional value and calling it an instructable. It seems just wrong when someone slaps up a bunch of metacafe vids that merely demonstrate old applications of old inventions to a site that is focused on new inventions or new uses for old ones. I don't know about you guys but these things just piss me off. -my two cents (now toss in yours)
Topic by finfan7 | last reply
I am in desperate need of a good skateboarding camcorder that i could also purchase a fish eye lens for. It would probably have to be under $300. I am currently looking at the mini dv cameras. But any advice or info would be appreciated.
Topic by TeacherOfTheWays | last reply
Where you get audio clips from a video clip, (Like a McDonald's Commercial) and play them in some sort of order to get some sort of song.I totally want to try this: Does anyone know of any free/cheap audio editing programs that will allow me to do this? I can always try just edited the clips with Adobe Premiere, but that might be kinda hard.rgaqghgwyh6j8ukl7rku
Topic by Juklop | last reply
I found a blog of a guy who just finished living a whole year in a simulated apocalypse scenario. He posted a video every couple of weeks in which he tries to learn a new skill. There's surprisingly little content about zombies in any of the videos, so even if you're not into that, you can still enjoy it. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v;=Df7UfYGn6lQ http://zombiesinbigsur.blogspot.com/
Topic by JamesRPatrick
On the Chilean TV show Hagalo Usted Mismo (Do it yourself) it is showed how to make a combination of an oven and a grill using a 55 gallon (200 liters) steel drum. Although it is in Spanish, the video shows how to make it step by step. An important note mentioned in the video is that the drum must previously stored non toxic products.
Topic by blkhawk | last reply