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Answered by beth_freeman : Apr 27 2010 01:42 PM
Thanks very much for your interest in the online course, Developing Android Applications with Java (parts 1 & 2).
Unfortunately, we don't currently have a group discount, but keep in mind... full answer >
Answered by filmbilly : Apr 20 2010 01:55 PM
The SQL/Relational Theory Master Class by C J Date is both a streaming and downloadable course (you can see the streaming and download identifiers next to the add to cart button).
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While using OpenCV you'll occasionally want to write sequences of images to a video file. In this excerpt from Gary Bradski & Adrian Kaehler's Learning OpenCV you'll learn how to save to an AVI file...
If you're going to develop web applications that function on an iPhone or iPad, you're going to need some software. In this screencast, Jonathan Stark walks through exactly what you need to get downlo...
Answered by macslocum : Mar 26 2010 05:03 AM
When I was testing browsers for this HTML5 video piece, the only mobile browser that even sort of worked was Safari on the iPhone/iPod Touch. It's a clunky process, though. You have to click a video i... full answer >
Answered by andstone : Feb 05 2010 03:23 PM
A friend of mine once showed me Qik, an amazing app available on most mobile phones.
What Qik allows you to do is conduct a live stream from your phone to your Qik profile on the web. You can send ... full answer >
Answered by filmbilly : Feb 01 2010 09:26 AM
I think you're spot on (but opposite) with "Maybe if I had started capturing before the tape was rolling" idea. Here's what Apple's support page says about live capture from Son... full answer >
Answered by adfm : Jan 19 2010 10:58 AM
TechSmith puts out quality products. Use Jing if you're looking for a "free" alternative (host it for you model). They also produce Camtasia Studio and Camtasia for Mac, which are both h... full answer >
One of the more controversial additions to HTML5, the video element, offers a plug-in free alternative to proprietary formats. If you would like to use the new HTML5 video element in your markup, you'...