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15.) List of Flash video sites.
« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2014, 11:35:39 am »

List of Flash video sites.


Here is a small partial list of Flash video sites I fished up from the web.

http://www.youtube.com/ The most popular video streaming website, YouTube, has thousands of videos on nearly every topic imaginable, all user submitted and free to watch.

http://www.vimeo.com/ Vimeo is a sophisticated, free video sharing website. Basic users are allowed to upload up to 500MB of video content per week, or pay for an account to upload more. Vimeo attracts a wide array of video artists, and is often used to upload short movies, skits, and portfolios.

http://www.metacafe.com/ Metacafe rocketed to popularity with their page view money earning system. Many videos on the website are duplicates from YouTube, but in addition to that content, there is a wide array of video tutorials on many subjects, including: DIY hacks; magic; and science experiments.

http://www.hulu.com/ The first website to legally offer a wide array of free TV shows, Hulu was founded by NBC and offers dozens of free TV series - both current and off-air broadcasts. Some of the TV shows offered includes: The Simpsons, Family Guy, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Bones, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and The Office.

http://www.veoh.com/ Veoh is a video content website, but has made a name for itself by partnering with different companies to offer TV shows for free. Offering TV shows not available from Hulu, you can watch popular shows such as: The Big Bang Theory, Friends, According to Jim, CSI, and Everwood. In addition to a large supply of free TV shows, Veoh also offers user submitted content, including animations, home videos, and funny clips.

http://www.abc.com/ ABC, like NBC, now offers a wide array of streaming videos, including full episodes of their most popular TV shows.

http://archaeologychannel.com/ The Archeology Channel offers hours of free streaming video based on culture, humans, and archeology.

http://archive.org/ The National Archives streams footage of past events and old documentaries, including space documentaries from the '70s.

http://bigcontact.com/ Big Contact allows users to create their own channels, and offers several professional streaming channels for anyone to watch

http://blinkx.com/ Boasting over 32 million hours of video footage.

http://break.com/ This video website is marketed towards men, and has a list of daily video picks on  their homepage. The videos are outrageous, funny, and short.

http://broadbandsports.com/ Sports videos on all types can be found on Broadband Sports, including
recaps, highlights, athlete videos, and personal sports videos.

http://clipshack.com/ This website features sort clips, recaps, and small videos of random content.

http://collegehumor.com/Their version of videos focuses mainly on the humorous end and focused toward the college demographic.

http://xfinity.comcast.net/video/?ver=b Comcast's fancast has been renamed to Comcast XFinity Videos.  This shows a variety of free tv shows along with much content you have to be a subscriber to watch.

http://crackle.com/ More of an Indy/off beat TV shows and movie website, you can watch webshows and other shows you can't find on TV.

http://current.com/ Currently in Beta, this website has a wide array of modern video content, and is very similar to YouTube.

http://dailymotion.com/ Dailymotion is similar to Current TV, and offers a wide range of random video
content.

http://devilducky.com/ This website features favorite videos grabbed from many different sources and aggregated together. The website contains small videos, TV shows, movie trailers, news recaps, fan videos, and more.

http://documentarystorm/ DocumentaryStorm is a website dedicated to free full-length documentaries gathered from all over the net. The main objective is to spread knowledge, index the thousands of educational videos on the internet and an all around freedom to investigate human ingenuity.

http://ifilm.com/ A standard video streaming website.

http://museum.tv/ Docufest is an online video archive website with access to theater reenactments, historic video and radio streams, and interviews.

http://nbc.com/ NBC now streams dozens of episodes for free, including Heroes, According to Jim, and the Biggest Loser.

http://newgrounds.com/ An awesome and high quality website featuring user submitted satire, animation, and humor videos.

http://open-video.org/ This website is a 'shared digital video collection', and has lecture, documentary, educational, and historical videos, as well as others, for free streaming

http://ourmedia.org/ Our Media lacks a professional site, but has dozens of channels to search.

http://phanfare.com/ Phanfare is a unique video sharing website, as it is meant to be used with an iPhone, and makes uploading, sharing, and viewing mobile videos easier than ever.

http://revver.com/ You'll find a wide array of content on Revver, most of it high quality and serious. There video base includes interviews, skits, product reviews, movie reviews, animations, and tutorials.

http://sevenload.com/ Sevenload is a sleek, professional-looking video streaming website with categories such as Music, DIY, Arts, and Politics

http://speedytv.com/ User uploaded streaming videos and movies as well as sorted videos from other locations.

http://surround.verizon.com/shop/entertainment/starzplay.aspx Starz Play is offered from Verizon, and allows users to stream hundreds of blockbuster movies and the Starz TV channel for $10 per month.

http://stickam.com/ Stickam is a twist on the modern video streaming site - you can browse hundreds of live streaming video feeds and interact with the other viewers via a chat box.

http://streetfire.net/ This website has thousands of videos, most of them dealing with cars in some way.

http://stupidvideos.com/ As the name of the website suggests, don't expect to find enlightening videos here. However, if you're looking for some good laughs, there's nowhere better than Stupid Videos.

http://thatvideosite.com/ This website pulls the most popular videos from a wide range of websites and lists them all on the homepage for your viewing pleasure.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/ The PBS News Hour. miss an important news speak, coverage, or documentary? The News Hour has regular updates of free, streaming news coverage.

http://trueveo.com/ Trueveo streams content from dozens of different sites, including Hulu, Lifetime, and GQ.

http://tvduck.com/ Provides links to other Internet sources streaming movies and TV shows.

http://ustream.tv/ UStream TV is another live streaming website, allowing users to chat with each other while watching and participating in live video streams.

http://videobomb.com/ The website is a basic, bland video streaming site with random videos.

http://videosift.com/ Video Sift works very similar to the popular website Digg. Users add videos, and other users 'sift' through them, pushing the good ones to the top, while the poor ones fall to the bottom.

http://vids.myspace.com/ Myspace TV offers a wide array of video content, including personal videos, vlogs, and TV recaps.



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16.) How to insert Site Links into your post
« Reply #16 on: October 27, 2014, 11:40:27 am »

How to insert Site Links into your posts.


Here I will go over inserting site links into your posts.


There are three major kinds of site links, URL's, E-mail, and FTP.


First I want to talk of what sort of links not to post on the forum.

Do not post links to web attack sites, etc. you will be banned and your ISP will be contacted.

Do not post links to private E-mails.  A private e-mail is one not posted for general use on the web.  This would be e-mails sent to you in private in an e-mail, PM personal message, or private chat.

Do not post links to private FTP's unless the owner specifically approves.  Generally a private/personal FTP can't take hundreds of people trying to login anyway.  Also generally private FTP's are on dynamic IP's and won't work as soon as the IP changes.  So your just causing problems posting these links on the forum.


If you look at Example 1 you will note three icons. 

Icon 1 is the URL link.  This link is used to post web site links.  I have already showed its use in posting file host links.

Icon 2 is the E-Mail link  This is the link for posting public E-Mail links.  In general you will not be using this one much on the forum.  One Example of the places you mite use this is in a PM (Personal Message.) to another member of the Forum, this is the only time you mite post a private E-Mail on the forum.  Another Example is you mite use it in is if your posting a Bio with info on a particular woman.  Another Example is posting contact info for one of the federations asking people to E-Mail their displeasure with the current worthless state of the contests.

Icon 3 is the FTP link.  This is the link for posting public FTP sites.  This is another link that will not get much use on the forum.  FTP's are not used all that much these days as most sites have turned to regular web pages so they can put up advertising to pay the bills.  There are still a few possible uses of the FTP link.   One Example of its use is in the General Chat when replying to a person with a driver issue and pointing them to a manufacturers FTP to download drivers.  Another possibility is if a on topic web site has a public FTP on a static IP.

Example 1



Use of these is pretty basic.

For a URL.
First paste the link in the post box.
Then select it.
Then click icon 1. (See image above for Example.)
The following will show in the post box [ url ] link [ /url ].
And will display like this http://site_link_ here.com in your post.

For an E-Mail.
First paste the link in the post box.
Then select it.
Then click icon 2. (See image above for Example.)
The following will show in the post box [ email ] link [ /email ].
And will display like this E-Mail_link_here@site.com in your post.

For a FTP.
First paste the link in the post box.
Then select it.
Then click icon 3. (See image above for Example.)
The following will show in the post box [ ftp ] link [ / ftp ].
And will display like this ftp://FTP_link_here.com in your post.


For those more advanced computer users remember to save time you can enter these links manually.


Another way you can do a URL is to put a name to show rather than have the URL shown.
This is especially helpful on long URL's.
Example [ url = http :// sitename . com] name here  [ /url ]  (Remember to not put in spaces as I have done.  I have inserted spaces so it will show as text not as a url.)
This will show in a post like this name here.



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17.) How to create Hidden content in your posts
« Reply #17 on: October 27, 2014, 11:47:46 am »

How to create Hidden content in your posts.


In this post I will go over using the hidden content feature in a post.


For this feature to be useful it should be used sparingly.  Overall I would say only to use it for very special content and for cases when the posters links of a particular content are being messed with. 

You should put useful information in your title and outside f what you have hidden so other users of the forum at least have some idea about your post.

using the hidden feature to hide stolen links and content will result in your post being deleted at the discretion of the forum Mod's and Admin.   Continued abuse can get your status downgraded or your account banned at the discretion of the forum Mod's and Admin.


Its actually pretty simple to create hidden content in a post.

First off create a post as you would normally do.
Then use the Preview button to check that everything works.
Then select the part of the post you want to hide.
(In general I would say to just hide the link to a file host.)
(In my Example I have hidden the thumbnail and the file link but left the sample image viewable.)
Then click on the hide link. (See Example 1 below.)
Then you can save your post.

When you open your post it will look normal.  (See Example 2.)
When others look at your post it will have the part you have hidden replaced with a hidden post image and a bit of info. (See Example 3.)

Sample of post code I used to make the sample post.

Cindy Phillips

[ img ] http :// s24 .postimg .org/lfewzlc05/Cindy_HB5 . jpg[ /img ]

[ hide ]
[ img  ] http :// s24 .postimg .org/9222sombp/Cindy_HB5_thumbnail . jpg [ /img ]

[ url ] http :// www .mirrorcreator .com/files/0IPDOCX3/Cindy_-_HB5.mpg_links [ /url ]
[ /hide ]

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18.) How to compress files using Windows/Mac internal Zip Utility
« Reply #18 on: October 27, 2014, 11:50:06 am »

How to compress files using Windows/Mac OSX internal Zip Utility.


ZIP compression is basically the same on any windows machine from win95/98 with plus to win8.1.

First select a file(s) or a directory.
Then right click on the file(s) or directory.
Then goto "send to" on the right click menu.
Then select "compressed folder". (Its the little folder icon with a zipper.)
The zip file you created will now be in the directory the file(s) or folder were in.
You can rename the file just leave the ".zip".  (The file will be named after the file you right clicked on.)
On Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, you will get the option to create a name when zipping.

Below you will find links to cleaned up images of Microsofts info pages.

winME winXP vista win7 win8,8.1

And here are links to videos to walk you threw creating a zip. 
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How to Make a Zip Archive in Mac OS X

You can use this to create zip files containing files, folders, or both:

    * Right-click on a file, folder, or files you want to zip
    * Select “Compress Items”
    * Find the newly created .zip archive in the same directory

Here is an image with more detailed info.


And here is a video.
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19.) How to compress files using WinZip
« Reply #19 on: October 27, 2014, 11:50:59 am »


How to compress files using WinZip.


Here I will go over using WinZip to compress files. 

WinZip used to be one of the most used compressed file utilities but when ZIP file support was included in Windows 95/98 with plus and subsequent windows versions there is no longer much of a reason to add WinZip to your system.  Still you will find WinZip installed on many systems so I will go over its use here.

For most users I recommend you use windows built in ZIP utility to create or extract zip files and WinRAR to compress and uncompress RAR files and to uncompress almost any other compressed file format.

One thing I think I should go over is Explorer integration.  If you will see the image below which is a page from WinRAR's options you will note the link at the bottom "Enable Explorer enhancements".  I recommend you turn off this option as any app patching windows as this option does will slow down your system no matter if you are working on a zip or not.  Turning off these "enhancements" does not in anyway change what you can do with WinZip. 




Now on to using WinZip to compress a file for upload.
Note please do not use self extract option in WinZip for files you post on the forum.


First open WinZip. (See Example 1.)
Then click "NEW"  (See Example 1 Red Arrow.)
Then set the file name of the zip. (See Example 2.)
Then click "OK". (See Example 2 Red Arrow.)
Then select files to add. (See Example 3 blue outline.)
Then deselect "Include system and hidden files". (See Example 3 Blue arrow 2.)
Then click "ADD" (See Example 3 Red arrow 1.)
Progress bar will run for a while. (See Example 4.)
And finally you will see the files in the zip.
You can close Winzip at this point as your zip is done.


Example 1


Example 2


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Example 4


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20.) How to compress files using WinRar
« Reply #20 on: October 27, 2014, 11:52:11 am »


How to compress files using WinRar.


Here I will go over creating a RAR file using WinRAR.  WinRAR is one of the best file compressions programs out there, right after WinZip which has been integrated into windows since 95/98 with plus on up to the present day in Win 8.1.  WinRAR is also my goto program for uncompressing most other compressed file formats.

First open WinRAR. (See Example 1.)
Then Select files to RAR. (See Example 2.)
Then click "Add". (See Example 3.)
Then set archive name.  (See Example 4.)
Then click "OK" (See Example 4 Red arrow.)
Then progress bars will run. (See Example 5.)
This can take a long while.
Then you will see the finished rar in the file list. (See Example 6.)
Rar is finished you can close the program.

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21.) How to use WinRar to create a multi-part rar
« Reply #21 on: October 27, 2014, 11:53:53 am »

How to use WinRar to create a multi-part rar.


Here I will go over creating a series of RAR files using WinRAR to create a multipart archive file.  Making a multipart RAR is very similar to making a regular RAR file.  A multipart RAR should only be used to split large files for upload.

First open WinRAR. (See Example 1.)
Then Select files to RAR. (See Example 2 highlighted file names.)
Once you select the files you will see the selected byte count.  Then you can use Google calculator to divide the file size bytes. This gives you approximately what size to make the RARs as a video will not compress much.  JPEG image sets will also work here as they will not compress much either.   (See Example 3.)
Then click "Add". (See Example 2 arrow 2.).)
Then set archive name.  (See Example 4 arrow 1.)
Take the byte count you got from Google and put it in the box marked "split to volumes, bytes" move the decimal point 6 spaces to the right as your putting in bytes and Google gave the answer in megabytes.
You will note I point out with Arrow 3 in Example 4 the "Put recovery record".  Lots of people will tell you to use this but in general I would say not to use this as it just makes the archives bigger.  It will not fix a barfed download and you just don't see the random bit errors that used to crop up.
Then click OK. (See Example 4 Arrow 4.)
Then progress bars will run. (See Example 5.)
This can take a very long while.
Then you will see the finished RARs in the file list. (See Example 6.)
RARs are finished you can close the program.

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22.) Using Hj-split to split large files for upload
« Reply #22 on: October 27, 2014, 11:55:21 am »

Using HJSplit to split large files for upload.


HJSplit is an App to Split large files into pieces for upload.

You can download it from the following links.
Main link HJSplit Web Site.
Alternate download site Softpedia Hjsplit

There is an online manual.

And this is a video showing how to use the App for those who need it.

App needs no installation.


Using Hj-Split to split a file is real simple.

First open the app.
Then select "Split". (See Example 1.)
Then select the file to split. (See Example 2.)
Then click "Start". (See Example 2.)
Then progress bar will run. (See Example 3.)
This can take a long time.
Then "Splitting completed.". (See Example 4.)

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23.) Using Xtremsplit to split large files for upload
« Reply #23 on: October 27, 2014, 11:56:21 am »

Using Xtremsplit to split large files for upload.


XtremSplit is an App to Split large files for upload and to Join split files back into the original large file.
It supports a large number of other file splitters.  So it can be used to join files created by other programs.

Please do not use the self extracting format for files you post on the forum.

Xtremsplit web site.  Note site is in french but fairly easy to navigate.
Alternate Download Kioskea.net
App needs no installation.  It will start in French.




When you first start Xtremesplit use the following to switch to English.

1.) Startup XtremeSplit
2.) Click on "Options"
3.) Click on the drop down beside – “Langue” and select “Anglias” for “English”.
4.) Click on “Save Parameters” for saving the settings and click “Apply”.
5.) An .ini file will be created in the directory you started the app in.
6.) From then on if you start the app in the same directory it will come up in English.




To split a file



1.) Launch Xtremsplit
2.) Select "Split checkbox" at top.
3.) Click on "S" to select the file to be cut.
4.) Select the file to be cut.
5.) Click on "Open".
6.) Specify the "D" destination of file.
7.) Select number of parts or Megabytes to cut the file into.
8.) Click on "Split" at bottom.
9.) Window will change(See image below).
Bar will show progress and will list number of files created when done.
The length of time it will take to cut a file will depend on the size of the file to be created.

Please do not use the self extracting format for files you post on the forum.




There is also a Linux version available on their web site.




Xtremsplit is Compatible with the following Files Splitters – Xtremsplit v1.1, Cutkiller, HJSplit, FileSpliter 4.5, UltraSplitter, D-Koup v2.5, Chopper, KFK v3.8.0.30, EasySplit, Koup Koup, Koup Koup XP, File Splitter Deluxe, Splitter 4.0, maxsplit Pro 3.1, Splitter 3.1, Chainsaw, Hacha, EasyFileCut, CoupeFichier v1.1, Wind 1.75, Yoyocut v2.50, Winfrag Lite v2.0, v1.0 Cluster, Turbo Cut File v2.22, MaxSplitter 1.53, splitter v1.0, v2.1, and all SCIEB generic format unknown *. 001.



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24.) Applications for File host Upload
« Reply #24 on: October 28, 2014, 03:16:56 pm »


Applications for File host Upload.


For general users I recommend you just use a normal Mirroring File host.

I have provided this link for those who are experienced with Firewalls, System Protection, and Advanced Computer use.  There are a vast number of security concerns with this type of App.
(I have not used this App myself so I can not comment on either its functionality or security.)

Neembuu Uploader for PC.
Neembuu web site.

Here is a video showing use.
[url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6uM44V4IUR0[url]

Here are some screen shots from the App web site.






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