19 November 2008

See me attack Coca Cola on PBS

I forgot I had given an interview to PBS a few months back on ground water depletion by Coca Cola in Rajasthan... Well, the programme with a couple of my bites ran a couple of nights back on News Hour.

The transcript is here and those with reasonable bandwith can see the streaming video here. Total length is around 8 minutes in all.

[If there are any tech-savvy readers who can tell me how to save the video file and do a screen capture of some of its images, please let me know in the comments section below]


sgrover said...

Using the DownloadHelper extension for Firefox (http://www.downloadhelper.net/), you can download the video in flv format. You can play it using VLC or convert it to any format.

Itsdifferent said...

To do a screen capture, Adobe captivate is a good application. You can try free for 30 days.

«charlie|thotti» said...

If the first comment was not useful, i.e. the flv download format, you could try Camstudio. This is completely free, I have used it with good results, the following should help you in downloading it.
Proof of it being a legit software: http://www.download.com/CamStudio/3000-13633_4-10067101.html

Tweak the settings to record voice from the waveout mix and video using DivX.

Do drop comment here itself for further help.

anjanikumar(dot)wrdprss said...


You can download VLC player from http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html . VLC player can play videos of any format and you can capture the images with ease.