Um, I don't know?
I actually have not viewed my RSS feed in an RSS reader yet. I use bloglines, and have been so busy adding other people's video feeds, that I had not added mine yet.
I just now added my feed to my bloglines reader, but I am at work and they block eyespot, so I can't see if the video shows up in my rss reader or what it looks like. Right now all I see is text and no pictures or video.
I will have to check the RSS feed when I get home, to see if the video shows up in the RSS feed.
I really did not do anything special on my blogspot settings, so even if the video does show up in the RSS feed, I still could not answer the question.. (I think your question was that the videos are showing up in my rss feed of my site, but you are having troubles displaying your videos in your rss feed for your site and how to fix that?).
But, if I find out that the videos don't show up on my RSS feed, that is good to know and I will have to try to figure it out.
--- In email@example.com, Jan McLaughlin <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Question, Greg,
> How do you get Eyespot-generated flash videos that are loaded into your
> blog from Eyespot to show up as enclosures for your Blogspot feed?
> Doesn't seem to be working for me.
> What I really like about Eyespot is the capacity to edit them together
> in their browser-based edit system. Very basic, but you can join and
> shorten clips and add your own or their music. I think they have other
> editing tools forthcoming.
> http://fauxpress.blogspot.com - motion
> http://blog.urbanartadventures.com - sound
> http://the-hold.blogspot.com - poetry
> http://dagnyhemingway.blogspot.com - machinima
> http://vlogpresskit.blogspot.com - media
> On May 22, 2006, at 8:48 AM, greg wrote:
> > Hi.
> > If you check out eyespot.comÂ , you can email your phone videos to
> > their webpage and then, you can download either a wmv, or qt file.Â It
> > is really a pretty cool page.
> > They will also stream you videos and it is super easy to put it on
> > your webpage.
> > That is what I have been doing with my video blog.Â You can see the
> > results if you want at..
> > greg's video blogÂ
> > Thanks.
> > Greg.
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "deepanjan_nag_123"
> > deepanjan_nag_xp@ wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi! I have a Nokia 6681 and use it sometimes to shoot videos. The
> > > videos are in the 3gpp format. I would like to upload my mobile
> > videos
> > > to Youtube, but Youtube doesn't support the 3gp format. There are
> > some
> > > file format converters but they are all commercial products and do
> > not
> > > allow me to convert videos of length greater than 5 mons.
> > > Are you folks aware of any free or opensource video format converter
> > > that'll help convert my 3gp files into one of the accepted Youtube
> > > formats?
> > >
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