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All About The Avid Mbox Posted By : John Manson

Thu, 22 Sep 2011 00:00:00 -0400

The Mbox line of recording devices is well known by recording technicians (amateurs and professionals) as being an excellent range of devices for small recording set-ups. They offer flexibility, high quality sound and are priced attractively. Recently Digidesign (the company behind the Mbox) has been rebranded as Avid. With this rebranding comes the 3-series of Mboxes. Sleek looking and with a range of new features, how do they stack up to the original devices? Read on to find out.



Audio Transcription Cost and Services Posted By : Adam Smith

Sat, 20 Aug 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Though technology evolves day by day, none can exceed the dependability of some already proven methods that were highly successful in achieving certain tasks. Audio recordings archive reliable information and are of immense help to an individual or an organization. However these digital recordings are vulnerable to distortions and some unpredictable factors. Hence, it is very much essential to have a backup of all these audio recordings by availing the services of a good audio transcription company.



Growing Animation Industry in India Posted By : MKT Mukesh

Sat, 09 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Animation is all about generating of motion pictures, games and cartoons of human and animal drawing characters together with the guide of computer systems. One particular ought to also spend attention to time and space although drawing animated characters.



Tips for Corporate Video Production Services Posted By : Deepak Dabla

Tue, 28 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Corporate video production is making videos that are used by a company or an organization. A corporate video tells about the functions and areas in which a company works. The corporate video is posted on the company's website and is viewed by people who visit the website. This can be helpful in B2B environment and can lead to success of the company in many ways. These videos are also used to train the new employees or shown to a company they are meeting.



3D Animations: One Concept, Several Uses Posted By : Bissessur Nandita

Thu, 16 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Visual animations came into existence in the more civilized society with the aim of entertaining people as an art from very creative people with artistic skills and sharp imagination. With continuous trials, experiments and exploitation, visual animations went through different phases in history, taking several facets and forms.



Why Video Subtitles Are A Necessary Tool In Modern News Broadcasting Posted By : Kathryn Dawson

Wed, 08 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Subtitles are not just for the hard of hearing. They can also clarify dialogue for viewers with no hearing difficulties. News broadcasters, in particular, find subtitling a necessary technology to enhance their bulletins. This article looks at how video subtitles are benefiting news broadcasts and the people who watch them.



A Guide on Corporate Video Production Posted By : Deepak Dabla

Fri, 08 Apr 2011 00:00:00 -0400

Corporate video production is an effective way of showcasing your products and services to the potential customers. It is also an excellent tool for promoting your organization, your views, goals achievements to the targeted audience. Corporate video production involves a lot of creative work and the use of latest technologies. The corporate videos can vary according to the requirements and from company to company. Corporate video production can be used to produce training video, introduction videos, welcome speech, induction videos, promotional videos and many more types of videos.



Custom Application Development - How to Ensure Success Posted By : Andrew Clarke

Wed, 08 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0400

If stats are to be believed most of the custom application development projects fail because they have overrun cost and still have content deficiencies. But have you ever thought what causes them to fail and how we can overcome them? Software development is a complex process involving a hierarchy of processes and its success depends on how well the hierarchy is followed. Failure at even a single step can lead to the failure of the custom application development project.



How Much Time Can CDs Survive? Posted By : Grant Jordan

Tue, 07 Sep 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Compact discs are widely employed for nearly any purpose today. CDs are helpful for holding special private memories captured in digital photos and videos, or essential private papers such as business papers and old tax statements. A number of businesses utilize them for numerous operations and campaigns. The question most frequently asked is just how long will a CD last?



Making Your Own Music Video Posted By : Stuart Michael

Tue, 10 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Over the recent decades, music videos have evolved from a stage with a singer or band performing on it, to videos that tells a story. These music videos often captivate us, giving a visual representation to the song. It would not be surprising if you would want to come up with your own representation of the song. Hence, this article teaches you how to make a music video.



Ten Tips for Producing a Successful Yoga or Fitness Video Posted By : David Collier

Sat, 07 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

There is another intangible reason to producing a professional yoga DVD - to promote yourself. Instructional videos allow you to market your name in such a way that word-of-mouth alone cannot accomplish. It will ultimately help strengthen your business and is an effective portfolio of your teaching practices.



How to Burn a DVD to DVD? Posted By : Dennis Moore Hopkins

Mon, 02 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Gone are the days when people use to watch movies on VHS tapes. Even though they weren't bad but the quality was just not that good. Advancement in technology has made VHS tapes obsolete nowadays. Today people prefer to carry their data be it movies, songs or games in CD or DVD. Although both of them are equally good but DVDs offer 5 to 6 times more space which results in better quality and more value for money.



Welcome to the World of High Definition Multimedia Interface Posted By : Dennis Moore Hopkins

Mon, 02 Aug 2010 00:00:00 -0400

What is HDMI? High definition data interface is the latest technological advancement which is defined as a digital link which is able to support both videos of high definition and audio of high resolution in just one cable. This is a great improvement over existing technologies like VGA, SCART and S-video. HDMI Cables have potential to process around 1080p high resolution videos @ 60 frames in a second. It can also support 8 digital audio networks with single cable. It greatly combines with HDTV formats where linking of HDTV to devices like game consoles, DVD players etc. Transmission of TV and video feeds is also supported with HDMI.



What Are The Benefits Of A DVD Disc? Posted By : Gina G. Stewart

Thu, 22 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Technology is always advancing, sweeping around the globe. We all benefit from the technological advancements that we experience, take for instance when it comes to DVDs. So surely you have heard of a DVD disc before and are aware of what it is, but you probably are not aware of all the wonderful benefits that it offers you, compared to your typical VHS tape.



HDMI Makes Multimedia Real Posted By : Dennis Moore Hopkins

Thu, 15 Jul 2010 00:00:00 -0400

There has been drastic mushrooming in the demands of multimedia devices. As more consumers seek for better quality audio, sharper pictures as well as realistic colors, the older versions of multimedia delivery seemed to be typically mediocre. Hence, the new High-definition multimedia interface is here to make the multimedia much more genuine.



Many Features Of The Lightscribe DVD Burner Posted By : Hugh J. Lara

Wed, 23 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

There are many DVD burners out on the market today, but the offerings from Lightscribe consistently get great reviews. I have tried many a Lightscribe DVD burner, but for me there is only one that stands above the rest and that is the LiteON LH-20A1H. This burner literally has every feature you could possible imagine and has been able to handle anything I have thrown at it.



The Best Lightscribe DVD Burner Posted By : Hugh J. Lara

Wed, 23 Jun 2010 00:00:00 -0400

There are many DVD burners out on the market today, but the offerings from Lightscribe consistently get great reviews. I have tried many a Lightscribe DVD burner, but for me there is only one that stands above the rest and that is the LiteON LH-20A1H. This burner literally has every feature you could possible imagine and has been able to handle anything I have thrown at it.



From ColecoVision To iPhone Games: Some High Water Marks In Video Game Design History - Part 5 Posted By : Tim Kennedy

Tue, 13 Apr 2010 00:00:00 -0400

In this fifth part of the series we will take a look at the original Half-Life for the PC and examine some more of those classic moments where video game designers undoubtedly got it right and delivered a memorable, enduring and progressive gaming experience.



From Coleco Vision To iPhone Games: Some High Water Marks In Video Game Design History - Part 4 Posted By : Tim Kennedy

Wed, 31 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0400

In this ongoing look at significant moments in the history of video game design, we have already taken a look at Bungie's Halo, Bioware's MDK2 and Nintendo's own original Metroid and The Legend of Zelda. In this fourth part of the series we will examine some more of those classic moments where video game designers undoubtedly got it right and delivered a memorable, enduring and progressive gaming experience.



From Coleco Vision To iPhone Games: Some High Water Marks In Video Game Design History - Part 3 Posted By : Tim Kennedy

Wed, 31 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0400

In this ongoing look at significant moments in the history of video game design, we have already taken a look at Bungie's Halo, Bioware's MDK2 and Nintendo's own original Metroid. In this third part of the series we will examine some more of those classic moments where video game designers undoubtedly got it right and delivered a memorable, enduring and progressive gaming experience.



From Coleco Vision To iPhone Games: Some High Water Marks In Video Game Design History - Part 2 Posted By : Tim Kennedy

Thu, 25 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0400

In the first entry of this ongoing series we took a look at some memorable design moments in video game history courtesy of Nintendo's own Metroid on the original NES and Bioware's MDK2 from the Sega Dreamcast. In this second part of this ongoing series we will examine some more of those moments where video game designers undoubtedly got it right and delivered a memorable, enduring and progressive gaming experience.



From Coleco Vision To iPhone Games: Some High Water Marks In Video Game Design History: Part 1 Posted By : Tim Kennedy

Wed, 17 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0400

Anybody who has been a consistent video game player over the years has had their fair share of encounters with both fantastic game design - and controller breaking, teeth gnashingly frustrating, outright broken game design. Since the latter does not deserve our attention, in this first in an ongoing series, we will take a look at some of those moments where video game designers undoubtedly got it right and delivered a memorable, enduring and progressive gaming experience.



Ideas of Making Church Service Video on St. Patrick's Day Posted By : Julia White

Mon, 08 Mar 2010 00:00:00 -0500

St. Patrick's Day origins from Ireland and gradually becomes a worldwide celebrated holiday. Besides parade and coloring of beer, Church service is one of the most important events in the festival. Many Churches begin to hold their celebrations with video presentations in various topics. Here are some great ideas to help you to make your St. Patrick's Day rich and vivid with Church service videos.



How to Edit an HD Video Posted By : Jasmine Stone

Fri, 26 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

Working with the video of camcorders such as the Sony HDR-HC1 can produce a serious business. HD video contains four times the number of pixels that standard definition offers, and it's much more heavily compressed. Keep in mind that you need a powerful computer with a lot of memory to deal with the extra data and compression. Pinnacle for example, recommends a minimum 512 MB of RAM and a graphics card with 128 MB of RAM for standard resolution video, although that goes up to a GB of RAM and a 256 MB graphics card when working with 1080i HD video.



Use Picasa to Generate a Quick Slide Show for your DVD Player Using a CD of JPG Images Posted By : John Smi

Wed, 17 Feb 2010 00:00:00 -0500

As a photographer, I like easy ways of storing, editing and producing digital pictures. As a moderate user of Adobe Photoshop, I have now discovered Picasa, Free Software from Google that allows you to simply catalogue, store and perform some post production enhancements to your digital pictures.