The following Frequently Asked Questions are provided to assist in your use of the site and in contributing your amature movies. If you have any additional FAQ's you feel should be added, please let us know.
These are just one set of suggestions to some of the common questions we receive. We are in no way suggesting this is the best or only solution to the problems, in fact we're know that there are many other solutions available. These are aimed at being basic, entry level suggestions.
My amature movies are huge! How do I make the file size smaller?
Once you have edited your home movie clip of your wife or friend so it has the content and length you are happy with, the next step is to convert it to a "web / email" friendly size.
There are lots of software products out there that enables this. Two of the simplest to use are Windows Movie Maker and Windows Media Encoder. These are either already installed on your computer or are free to download from Microsoft.
If you are using Windows Movie Maker, here's some suggested steps:
- Open the program "Windows Movie Maker" that is usually installed by default on Windows computers
- Choose "Import Video" - Select your original high quality movie (ie big file size)
- Choose "Save to my computer" option
- Enter file name and select the location to save (ie your desktop)
- Choose "Other Settings"
- Select "Video For Broadband (340 kbps)" from the drop down list
- Click Next
If using Windows Media Encoder 9, here's some suggested settings, click next after each options:
- New Session - Open the program and choose "convert a file"
- File Selection - Select your large file from your hard drive as the "source"
- Content Distribution - Select "Web server (progressive download)"
- Encoding Options - Select "Film content video (CBR)" then select your pefered "Bit rate" - Anything around 350-500 kbs is fine.
- Display Information - Fill in your details (These will be viewable by all)
- Settings Review - Click finish to convert your file
How do I get my movies from my camera to my computer?
If you have your exhibitionist sex clips on an older style analogue video camera or a video tape, you can transfer them to your computer via a "Video Capture Card". You computer may not come with this functionality, but there are numerous capture cards available that can be installed into your computer.
If you have a digital video camera, they come with a cable that allows you to connect the camera to your computer and usually some software to enable the transfer the sex clips of your model from the camera to the computer. If you have problems setting this up, contact the store you purchased it from and ask them what you need.
When I try to email my amature clips it always bounces?
This could be caused by any number of reasons in the chain from your computer, through your email client software, to your internet connection, to your Internet Service Provider, etc.
The exact issue is pretty much impossible for us to diagnose at our end. As a general rule its something due to the file being to big which causes an error somewhere in the send process. Therefore you could try making your home-made clips smaller or try sending it send it via some of the free file hosting sites. Just Google "File Hosting", there are heaps of sites that allow you to upload your movie and share the link with anyone.
If you're still having problems, email us all the details and we'll see if there's anything we can suggest.
How do I edit my movies on my computer?
There are lots of options and software available for editing your private movie clips once they are saved to on your computer. One of the simplest is Windows Movie Maker, it's a free download or already installed on your windows PC and it allows you to "cut up" and edit your files. The other end of the scale in regards to video eiting software is Adobe's Premier. It has a lot more power and features, but it comes at a price.
What can I do to make my nude clips better?
There are a plethora of ways to improve your movies, but the number one issue we see is lack of light. USE MORE LIGHT. You don't have to purchase expensive professional photographic lights (although that will give a much better result) simply adding a couple of extra well directed lamps in the room will do the trick. It depends on the room etc, but good results can be had with the room light on and two additional lights either side of the camera pointed at the action. Try buying the most powerfull globes recommended for your lights as this will help too.
Why can't I see the submitted clips in my browser window?
If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, you may have a small notification just under the address bar saying that you need to alow the Active X component. Alternatively check your security setting to ensure Active X objects are permitted.
If all else fails, click "download" for the movie you want to watch, save to your desktop, then double click on it to view in your computers default player.