lakerzrule wrote:jsm0331 wrote:They will be without Miller, Jackson, and Webber. It should be a lot easier without those guys.
True, but the Kings are still a dangerous team. Bibby and Peja are who I'm most worried about, they must be kept in check.
Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:Oh we will be. You also forget we're at home. Big boost for the Lakers... you know STAPLES Center will be rockin tommorow.
jsm0331 wrote:Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:Oh we will be. You also forget we're at home. Big boost for the Lakers... you know STAPLES Center will be rockin tommorow.
LD2k, get ready, because tomorrow's game is going to be worthy of making a vid on it.
Lakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:Yes but you forget we have the secret weapon - Rick Fox. And true he didn't play Melo very well... but honestly, that guy is soooo talented... who can? He's definetly the future of the NBA.
We will have Fox defend Peja. Bibby doesn't concern me that much though. But this will be a tough game. This should define us and our inner-strength.
kobebryant wrote:How does everone get all these vidoes or i mean where does everone get it?
Recently I got Tivo and it's the greatest thing-- I've been using recently and the quality of my videos are much better tooLakers Dynasty 2000 wrote:kobebryant wrote:How does everone get all these vidoes or i mean where does everone get it?
We record them on VCR then transfer them from the tape to the VCR through some devices. They actual way of getting the footage on the comp. varies from vid-maker to vid-maker.
Anyways, Let's go Lakers - Dominate the Queens.
You need a video capture device to be able to transfer the video and audio from your VCR/TV to your computer. You'll probably be using the basic audio/video cable (red, white, yellow) for the capturing.kobebryant wrote:So you guys have a VHS, and you guys record the game, how do u upload it to the comp? Is there a wire your need?
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