A Simple Way To Convert Camcorder Analog Video Tapes To Digital

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in Home Videos | Comments Off

Are you have trouble converting your analog videos to digital, fret no more, check out this video and find out a simple way to convert analog camcorder video tapes to digital.

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Top gangster movies of all time

Posted by on Feb 20, 2013 in DVD | Comments Off

Top gangster movies of all time

A prophet (Le prophete)

“Le Proph├Ęte” is an excellent prison movie directed by the famous Jacques Audiard. An impressive work with a gloomy atmosphere, frequent almost documentary scenes which narrate the development of the young offender in the calculated and the experienced mobster. Excellent acting in combination with excellent directing, a set design and dedication to detail were reflected in the way that a man can fully immerse in the movie that looks like a documentary. The team really put in effort for the stunts, advisers got an ex-con to make it look authentic. Throughout the film, we have several stories in addition to the main, a lot of detailed characterisation of many of the characters, not just the central. This is a really true psychological drama that draws its interest from the complexity of the characters, their relationships, and struggle with their own moral values and history. Although it goes for more than 2 and a half hour it isn’t boring or tiring in any way. It is hard to watch because of its depression, a lot of complex actions and interpersonal mafia relationships, but then you always wonder what will happen next. It should be noted that the film has quite a few scenes of brutal violence and those with weaker stomachs or totally young should avoid it.

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BLU-RAY Technology

Posted by on Feb 16, 2013 in DVD | Comments Off

Are you having trouble understanding what Blu Ray is all about, then worry no more, just click on the play button and find put what Blu Ray technology is all about.

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How to convert my VHS to DVD

Posted by on Feb 6, 2013 in DVD | Comments Off

How to convert my VHS to DVD

All of us who are still able to remember the VHS cassettes have been through the digital revolution, leaving us with CDs, DVDs and BluRays instead of our beloved magnetic tapes. Life goes on and it is pointless to struggle against new technology. But, while we may embrace it, a dilemma remains – all our old memories are stored on an obsolete medium that no modern audio-video player can play. A question appears – can these memories be transferred from the old medium (in our case, a VHS tape) to a more modern form (a DVD to be exact)? The answer is yes! Is it complicated? A bit if you despise technology, not at all if you are familiar with your computer and how digital data is transferred. Let’s see how it is possible.

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Blu Ray vs DVD

Posted by on Jan 25, 2013 in Multimedia | Comments Off

Blu Ray vs DVD

There has been an ongoing shift with regards to DVDs, as many people have been shifting towards other storage media that have bigger storage capacities. This transition was occasioned by the fact people are storing more information nowadays, and the new storage devices hitting the market are quite small in size, but have huge storage capacities. However, the introduction of Blu Ray discs has made many people to continue using compact discs for storage. The difference between Blu Ray and DVDs usually confuses many people; this article will explore these differences, and by the end of it you will have a clear choice.

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Top Video Games of 2012

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Watch this video to find out the video games that made the most impact in 2012.

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What is HDMI?

Posted by on Feb 23, 2012 in Multimedia | Comments Off

What is HDMI?

HDMI stands for high definition multimedia interface. It is actually a standard that gives a set of guidelines for making connections between digital devices with emphasis on high bandwidth. The standard is for either audio or video interfaces and the data sent is uncompressed. This standard is known as the EIA/CEA-861. HDMI was started in 2003 and exists up to date.

HDMI uses transition minimized differential signaling (TMDS) to move a digital signal from one place to another. The sending device first has to encode the signal that it is sending. This helps to preserve signal quality since it will degrade when it makes many transitions from 1 to 0. The cable usually has two pairs of twisted cables. One pair carries the actual encoded signal while the other pair carries an inverse of the original signal. When the signal reaches the receiver, the original signal and the inverse are compared to derive a differential. The receiver then makes compensations for signal loss using this differential.

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