andrew wrote:WMF files are vector graphics files similar to SVG files.
The Windows movie format is called WMV (Windows Media Video) ....
clive wrote:@Andrew, how about the possibility of any such useful screen recordings to be vetted first and then put on the main website in a movie section? It will create more work I guess but it may be worth it even if for promotional level!
Husky wrote:But who has the time to do that? That could end up with hundreds of videos which has been watched, proven (Virus, Maleware etc.), sorted, uploaded, maintained (new and better one have to replace older one) etc. etc. etc..
Husky wrote:Maybe it is easier to "teach" the Forum how to handle Youtube (or whatever!) videos, maybe like this: ..... youtube.com/watch?v=l1G7TJD6Xu0
Then create a new Forum section for tutorial videos with areas for the single topics (dimensioning, hatch, layer, blocks ......).
Husky wrote:........... or maybe I have just ask for to much with this topic
[yt]youtube video ID[/yt]
andrew wrote:I hope this will not get abused by spammers as it is non-standard BBCode. Most spammers we get are dumb bots running on virus infected computers.
andrew wrote:Clive: A tutorial / video section on the web site is also a good idea. This can be done later, when enough material is available.
andrew wrote:I'm getting the error "Embedding disabled by request, Watch on YouTube" when trying to play the video.
andrew wrote:If recommended clips can be blocked that would likely also be on the YouTube side.
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