I recently installed a video capture system I am fairly happy with, and have begun the process of converting my Ramsey-case library of 8mm and VHS tapes into files I can view on the computer. I am turning them into very large high-resolution files because I have two very large hard disks for storage, but occasionally, I would like to snip them into little pieces and upload them for discussion purposes. Toward that goal, I have created a test file. I would like everyone to try out this link: http://s92053900.onlinehome.us/Court_TV_-_The_System_-_Smit_comes_in_the_window.wmv The file is a Windows Media Video file. I have no idea what the range of computing power and operating-system use is among the forum members, but it would be nice if you all could tell me what your experience is when trying to view it. You probably will not get far just clicking on the link. Instead, I know that Windows users can right-click on the link and Save Target As to download the file for playing on your own hard disks. I understand that the equivalent for Mac users is to click and hold on the link and a menu will come up that lets you save the file. If more people than not can view it, I will upload more. If consensus has it that more people have trouble, I will move on to trying some other solutions. This file is a little short of three megabytes in size.