Please visit landing page for these series How I Create Videos Using Free Tools where I explain the overall process for Video creation I use. In this post I will describe how to mix video WMV file with audio WMA files. For demonstration purposes I will use files I created and described here: How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Media Encoder To Concatenate WMV files How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Media Encoder To Create Audio For mixing purposes I use Media Stream Editor which is installed when you install Media Encoder (free...
Please visit landing page for these series How I Create Videos Using Free Tools where I explain the overall process for Video creation I use. In this post I will show you how I create audio files - WMA files. I will use it to mix it with the video file I created previously - How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Media Encoder To Concatenate WMV files. First I'll show you how to convert one audio file format to WMA, then I'll show you how to capture your own voice. One way is taking any audio...
Please visit landing page for these series How I Create Videos Using Free Tools where I explain the overall process for Video creation I use. In this post I'll show you how to concatenate several WMV files into one resulting WMV file. I will concatenate files I've created and described here: How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Movie Maker How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Media Encoder To Capture Screen For concatenation purpose I am using Media Encoder (free download is here). So start Media Encoder. 1. Chose custom session template: ...
In my post How I Create Videos Using Free Tools I explained the steps I take to create my demos and the other post How I Create Videos Using Free Tools - Using Movie Maker I detailed the process of creating Video WMV file out of static slides using Movie Maker. In this post I'll show how I create videos capturing the screen using Media Encoder (free download is here). 1. Start Media Encoder and choose Capture Screen template: 2. Define what to capture - usually I use "Entire Screen" and sometimes specific windows (when using VPC not in...
Landing page for this series of how-to is here How I Create Videos Using Free Tools
Here is the simplest way I found to concatenate couple of static slides:
1. Create image files, for example using Paint
2. Drag and drop it on Movie Maker surface:
3. While in Movie Maker drag and drop it on Video lane:
4. Optionally add transitions - I usually skip this one since it inflates the size of the resulting WMV file
5. Create the video by clicking this:
6. Specify destination folder and file name and click next:
7. Accept default settings and then click...
I've recently been hooked on doing some video stuff for demo purposes.
For example in this post I captured screen to show how to intercept web services http traffic with Fiddler - App Architecture with Security in mind - Video, Part I
There are plenty commercial tools available but I like free approach.
I am using Windows Movie Maker to create videos out of slides/pictures (that can be created for example with Paint) and for screen capture I use Windows Encoder (free download).
So here are the basic steps for the above sample:
1. Create video clip (WMV) out of static pictures using Movie...
I realized that for some reason lately I was concentrated on tools: Scriptomania - Scripting Tools and Utilities More Powerful Security Tool Most Powerful Security Tool This blog entry is about another security tool - ShareEnum(free download) I am about to conduct Security Deployment Inspection with some project and this tool might be very handy. Another handy utility could be TCPView (free download) to identify activity for TCP and UDP You must agree that this one is nicer than black and white netstat :) All the rest of Sysinternals goodies are here: Enjoy.
Before you follow the link bellow you need to make sure what hat you wear and then just stick with this hat...
Do-It-Yourself Script Center Kit
WMI Code Creator
Log Parser 2.2
Portable Script Center
I was blogging lately about security tools (see Most Powerful Security Tool). For some reason there is perception that security tools are about scanning, intercepting, cracking, and tampering - in other words, something reactive.
To me security tool is something that supports Security Engineering as the whole and can be anything from document templates to simple checklists. But my favorite is of course Guidance Explorer (see patterns&practices Guidance Explorer) that constantly gets updates (see He Who Doesn't Ask - Just Doesn't Get). Today it contains about 1000 prescriptive items for security and performance.
I've used it for the following scenarios:
It's Between Your Ears Why? Because "Security is man-vs-man and humans are intelligent." - more about this here: What is it that makes security hard? I am strong believer of process integration when it comes to security - more about it here: http://msdn.com/securityengineering And here are some tools to support the process: Threat Analysis and Modeling - http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink?linkid=77002 FxCop - http://www.gotdotnet.com/team/fxcop FindStr - Security Code Inspection - First Look For What To Look For Fiddler - http://www.fiddlertool.com/fiddler NETMON III - http://blogs.technet.com/netmon/default.aspx Cheers