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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 9:53 am 
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URL links to materials posted in blogs, news articles and video sharing sites like YouTube are almost all temporary. The vast majority get deleted over time. When you find something extraordinary and post just the link, don't think it will be there permanently. Content often gets deleted due to content violation (ergo, nudity), or the news source simply replaces it with more current stories. BUT, if you archive it on your hard drive or in the cloud, we all benefit!


So our CFNM Village needs its citizens to help.

Capturing Screen Images

Screen images are the easiest to keep. If it is a news story, you can copy the computer screen by using the "PrtScn" (print screen) key. Open up any photo editor like Photoshop or MS Paint, open up a new image and use the paste function. Voila! Your computer screen is now an image that can be manipulated.

Hint -> If the image or text is too small for clarity, use the Ctrl + keys while it is showing in your browser and it will enlarge. It may take overlaying several enlarged screen captures done sequentially and overlaying/fitting each to the others in your photo editor in piecemeal fashion, but the end result will be a much higher resolution image than what your screen normally produces at its standard size. The following is an example of a news article that was deleted from a news source, but, was successfully archived for posting on this forum. I used 4 separate screen captures of an enlarged screen. You can see the resulting higher quality resolution:

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Capturing Browser-Embedded Images

Often times, you'll find that simply right-clicking on an image will not let you save it. Websites such as Flickr and others often have copyright protection coding that disallows right-clicking and saving. There are some options to get around this. I use Mozilla Firefox to get a clear image as is stored on the hosting site's image folder as opposed to an image capture using PrnScrn. The process is as follows:

1. Right click near the image. You'll get this menu:

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Click on "View Page Info"


2. You'll then get the following menu. Click on "Media"

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On the Media page, you'll see a field with all of the web page's images. As you scroll down from image to image, they will pop up in "Media Preview" window. When the image you want comes up, click "Save As", and you can then save the original image in its original resolution to your hard drive.



Capturing Screen Videos

Free video capturing: There are some freeware video apps and plugins that allow you to do this. I do not have the information for Macs (and if you do, please post!), but with a PC, if you are using Mozilla Firefox you can download Video DownloadHelper. You can often capture video and download it to your hard drive from, say, YouTube.

Freeware apps - VLC is a free video player. The following YouTube video is a tutorial on how to capture videos from your screen:
https://youtu.be/uhsr7CR1eEI

There are some that advertise "free" video capturing programs; however, they have limits such as a) a trial period, b) their watermark is smack dab in the center of the captured video, and c) they limit the time span of capturing to, say, 20 seconds or something. To get the full program, you still have to pay for it.

Paid video capturing software: There are a number of utility apps that allow you to set up a space on your screen to capture video. I've used the following:

Snagit Video Capturing
Debut Video Capturing

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 08, 2016 10:53 am 
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Not mentioned above but I would also recommend using Open Broadcaster Software to capture screen video. It's made for streamers but it can be used to save to files, just change the Broadcast Settings Mode from "Live Stream" to "File Output Only". It's completely free, no water marks or time limit, very flexible settings, and x264 video encoding so you can get nice quality without huge file sizes.


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Not mentioned above but I would also recommend using Open Broadcaster Software to capture screen video. It's made for streamers but it can be used to save to files, just change the Broadcast Settings Mode from "Live Stream" to "File Output Only". It's completely free, no water marks or time limit, very flexible settings, and x264 video encoding so you can get nice quality without huge file sizes.


Cool! I assume this is the link to download?
https://obsproject.com/

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2016 8:10 pm 
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Brad wrote:
answer wrote:
Not mentioned above but I would also recommend using Open Broadcaster Software to capture screen video. It's made for streamers but it can be used to save to files, just change the Broadcast Settings Mode from "Live Stream" to "File Output Only". It's completely free, no water marks or time limit, very flexible settings, and x264 video encoding so you can get nice quality without huge file sizes.


Cool! I assume this is the link to download?
https://obsproject.com/


Yep that's the one! Didn't realize I forgot to link it, thanks!


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Wayback Machine - Internet Archives

This post is to help others access web pages that have long since been removed from the Internet.


Site:
https://archive.org/


What it is:
The Wayback Machine is run by a non-profit 501(c)3 corporation that is building a digital library of the Internet, and is funded by large foundations and donations from users. It currently advertises over 300 billion web pages, and is growing. It also contains digital files of books, audio recordings (over 160,000 concerts), millions of videos and television programs and other cultural artifacts in digital form.


How to use it:

Example. In another post, someone asked me where in the Village forum are the stories (not photos) of military physicals in which CFNM was experienced. We do not have that thread on the new Village forum. The member indicated the old Visual Sensations for Women site had such stories, and I referred him back to the Wayback Machine. Here is how that works.

1. Input the desired website into the search bar. For the old VSFW site, the url was www.sensations4women.com Select "Search archived web sites", then select GO, as follows:

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2. You'll then see that the entire VSFW forum website was downloaded and archived 756 times between 2003 and 2018. You'll need to select which year, then which date it was archived. The days it was archived are highlighted with a blue circle. The later the date, the odds are the more posts will be in the thread:

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I randomly selected a year and date, went into the "Stories" section of the old VSFW site, then, used Ctrl-F on my browser to search for the word "military". The following thread came up, which showed all related posts as of that date:

https://goo.gl/8o9ydP


Commentary:
I am both extremely impressed and scared shitless of the Wayback Machine. One the one hand, it is an incredible research resource, and the amount of memory space it requires is mind-blowing. On the other hand, we must remember that **anything** you post on the Internet is permanently stored. It never goes away even though you deleted the post, or more so, even if the entire website is deleted and removed from the Internet. So be mindful of what you post because it will still be around long after you're not! :shock:

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