I got this from Runner’s World web site. It gives you a view of the entire Chicago marathon course.
OK…the Chicago Marathon is still several months away. Just so that I don’t forget, I’m posting this video I found on Runner’s World:
I hope anyone who finds this, finds it useful.
There is a site called animoto.com which allows anyone ot take a set of pictures and turn them into a dazzling collage of images that has life Below is a sample of what you can do with it if you use the free version:
Create your own video slideshow at animoto.com.
I have a smart phone that saves video in .mp4 format. I can play them back on my phone, but when I copy them to my PC, Media Player can’t to play it. So I have two option–I can find a player for my PC that can play back .mp4 files, or I can find a video file converter which can take a .mp4 and convert it to something Media Player can read and play.
I opted to get a converter, and I found Free Video Converter 1.0. With this program, I was able to covert the 10 minute .mp4 file to a .wmv–problem solved!
For a free program, Free Video Converter comes with a lot of features. I has the capability to convert almost every known video format, and it is able to do it in a very short amount of time. For example, the 10 minute video only took less than a minute to convert.
I certainly recommend Free Video Converter 1.0, for something free nothing can beat it.
Check out http://www.animoto.com!
This is a very interesting site. It provides an online service for generating fast, small, and exciting videos for various applications.
Some folks are probably aware of this online TV service called hulu.com. But if you’re like me, you won’t hear about it until someone metions it. So here it is, I’m mentioning it.
Check it out at http://www.hulu.com.
This is like TV on the WEB. The best thing about it is that you don’t have to worry about when something is on. When you’re ready to watch, just select the show and watch!