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Making Your Own Web TV Show Is Easier With Video-streaming: Part 2

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 12 Dec, 2010 18:58:41

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As I’ve promised, you’ll be learning more about web-casting or video streaming on the internet with this second part of my article.

Although there are number of ways available to do your screen capturing, we are going to focus on using video capturing through the use of VH Screen. You may start the process from downloading and installing VH Screen Capture. There are different versions available which is compatible with your current setup to make it work properly. On the other hand, you must take note that versions with 64-bit may not be acceptable at this time.

You must note that if your microphone is not properly installed, the customized boxes for Audio compression and Video compression will not be visible when you open VH Screen Capture. Remember that there are options available for both audio and video compression which only depends on your selected output file type as well your installed codec pack.

You need to monitor your FPS or frame per second when you are to adjust the settings for your bit-rate. Keep in mind that the higher the frame per second the video goes smoother. Once you hit record in the bottom right corner of the screen, the actual number is displayed while screen capture lets you set the frame per second you want. Take note that the actual frame per second decreased below the frame per second you want if your own settings are too larger that what your PC can handle. You may try to change the frame per second to a rate compatible with your PC, the bit rate, and the audio and video compression when this type of issue happens.

The type and specific show or presentation you may have and the capability of your computer would work together as the right settings for you. Remember that the quality per byte and the required computing power are the different tradeoff for each compression type. You’ll be learning to keep the video intact and modify with the application intended for encoding the video if you like to lower compression and have a higher bit rate.

Another important element is your sound card from which your audio work depends. You may open the Control Panel and select Sound for settings you like for audio blending. The microphone and the mixing of sound graphic equalizer should be ready to make sure of the best quality of sound your video will have which can add to the quality of the video you’ll be streaming. While doing sound adjustments, you may also measure the FPS (frames per second) by writing down the rate. You have to be aware that an FPS beyond what is required may alter your audio’s sound quality that can result to undesirable effects which may ruin your web-casting plans. You have to take note of the height and width of your recording window as well as the rate of your audio sample rate.

On the third part of this article you’ll be learning more about web-casting through live video encoding and online show streaming. Just keep on reading. J            

 


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