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The Best Video Software Reviews – Websites

November 23, 2011
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Video Software Reviews Featuring the Best Video Editing Software reviews A lot of doubt comes to mind when choosing the best video software’s that we want to grab on, and lots of them have so many to compete with. When we buy application softwares around the internet we tend to stumble upon it or sometimes a friend referred it to you. But, did you ever wonder when we need it the most? I have tested out several software applications that I would not mention that is just sitting there on my desktop, if computers have dust bunnies it would...

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How to Stretch and Configure the FFdshow Decoder Tool

November 17, 2011
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How to Stretch and Configure the FFdshow Decoder Tool

Windows uses codecs, programs that encode or decode video/audio. This program will let you be able to edit and convert video and audio files. Codecs use audio and video applications, regarding the codec to learn a recorded video or audio recording. Some codecs, including the open-source ffdshow, include configuration tools that enable you resize videos if it plays, display subtitles, remove video noise, correct large and get a new aspect ratio to compress or stretch the playback quality image. Instructions Step 1 Click “Start,” “All Programs” and scroll for your “ffdshow” folder. Select the folder, then click “Video Decoder...

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Getting to Know The SDI format?

November 16, 2011
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What is an SDI format? The serial digital interface format also known as SDI format, transmits a digital video, and is a format typicaly found in most countries worldwide. The adoption of high-definition television has created SDI technology a lot more practical, because it has the capacity to carry considerable amounts of info. Professional broadcasters and video production companies typically employ SDI technology within their work.   SDI Standard By using an SDI input module, it is possible to transmit decompressed digital video completely from an origin like a satellite receiver or DVD player. SDI technology retains the information...

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How to Index your Videos using Video Capture Software?

September 21, 2011
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How to Index your Videos using Video Capture Software?

The problem is, there are growing amounts of video data on your disk. How will you organize and archive them in a much lesser time? Once you can no longer find videos that you know of, or you have it somewhere else on your disk, a problem starts to occur. The videos are taking too much space on your hard drive, so you have had to split them among several disks and now you don’t know which video is where. This is caused by growing amounts of video data and to solve this problem you need to find a...

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5 Cool Things you can do with your Videos using a Video Capture Software?

September 20, 2011
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5 Cool Things you can do with your Videos using a Video Capture Software?

Do you ever wonder what can you do with your videos? Especially the old ones? Then you’re on the right time to check and try them all out, and also know about video capture software’s. If you have a camcorder, portable video recorder, or those old vintage video cameras and it still works, then you’re in luck. Even-though it works one function of the video camera still remains questioned, can they take still images for you? Whether it is an old home video;  a video that you took in high school, or something great happened on the way to your daily routes, and...

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How do they do it? New and Old Ways of Editing Videos

September 12, 2011
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How do they do it? New and Old Ways of Editing Videos

In the early days of electronic video production, linear (tape-to-tape) editing was the only way to edit video tapes. In the 1990s, non-linear editing computers became available and opened a whole new world of editing power and flexibility. The ever evolving video technology helped improve videos on quality, and video editing on your computer makes it even easier. Until the advent of computer-based random access non-linear editing systems (NLE) in the early 1990s “linear video editing” was simply called “video editing” The costs of editing systems have dropped such that non-linear editing tools are now within the reach of...

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