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todd
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 Fast Forward Video Clips?

Sorry if this was already covered somewhere, but is it possible to fast forward the video clips? For example, the Leonard Ravenhill interview that is available on the home page. I have tried to watch it like 5 times and it keeps freezing on me after awhile. I haven't found a way to fast forward it to where it froze last time, so I keep starting it over from the beginning and just trying to wait to get back to the part where it froze last time.

Any suggestions?

 2007/5/31 10:01Profile
elanham
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 Re: Fast Forward Video Clips?

You can download the file. Once you have fully downloaded the video you can freely move forward and backwards.


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Eric Lanham

 2007/5/31 10:14Profile









 Re: Fast Forward Video Clips?

I would love to fast forward Keith Daniel's messages so I can get right into the meat of the message. BUT, I'm NOT complaining, everything is good.

 2007/5/31 10:16
todd
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Yeah, tried downloading the file. I just got a Mac and for some reason it isn't working on this computer yet. I tried to open it in quicktime but it just doesn't work.

Any suggestions there? Like what program I need to download so I can view the video files.

I really want to finish that Ravenhill interview. It's been years since I watched it and just watching the intro hooked me again.

Thanks.

 2007/5/31 15:16Profile
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I really want to finish that Ravenhill interview. It's been years since I watched it and just watching the intro hooked me again.


Brother,

Private Message me your address and I will send you a DVD of the interview. To download the videos simply right click and choose "download linked file" to download the file, rename it to .wmv if that extension does not show up. I am using a mac also so you will need to have the "flip4mac" plugin to get windows media player files to play in quicktime which works great.

It is free and you can download it here: http://www.flip4mac.com/wmv_download.htm


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 2007/5/31 15:20Profile
todd
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Great, thanks Greg!

 2007/5/31 15:33Profile





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