Requirements / Support
Systems / Hardware Requirements:
Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, XP Home, XP Pro
PC: Personal or multimedia system 800mhz or better.
Should work on most systems pre-loaded with XP. Slowest known
working system: Pentium 3 / 450mhz.
Firewire Port / Connection (IEEE 1394)
Movie Maker 2 (Pre-installed with most versions of XP -
Free download / upgrade
DirectX 9 - Free download from Microsoft - click
Digital Video Camera with Firewire (IEEE 1394)
Internet Connection - broadband highly recommended.
This software is NOT compatible with
MAC / Apple systems.
You will need to register to use this site and then download
the required software provided by ItsActive.com. The software
is FREE and uses all industry standard encoding and transfer
protocols - there is nothing strange or system crushing in our
software. We record only the personal information necessary to
provide this service and we don't give it to anybody. We don't
sell your email address to spammers, either.
If you'd like to view detailed instructions about how to use
our free software before (or after) you download it, click
Other than our FREE software, you will need the
following programs on your system:
Windows Media Player 9 - This is the award-winning
Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 software. Make sure you have
the most recent version. If you're using XP, you probably have
the most recent version. FREE!
DirectX version 9.0 - This is multimedia software that
your operating system uses to handle powerful applications. It
comes from the same people who created you operating system
(Microsoft) so you know you won't have any issues. FREE!
Movie Maker 2 - This is great, free movie making software
that you'll use to capture video from your camera before you
sent it to ItsActive.com. It's from Microsoft, too - but you
may already have it on your system. Go to your "start" menu
and see if it appears as one of your choices. FREE!
There are also many other video sources and video file types
that may work directly with our FREE encoding software. The
best way to test a particular video file type is to "browse
file" with the encoding software. Generally, if you can view
the file - the encoder will encode it. Supported file types
are .AVI, .MPG (sometimes renaming .MPEG files to .MPG will
work) and .WMV. For best results, your source file should be
at least 320x240 and have a frame rate of 30fps.
Click Here to Register and Download FREE Software