Learn how to get better sound for your home movies Video
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Paramount is dropping sounds out of your movies, Canadian customs guards might be rifling through your laptop for ripped CDs, and aliens are real. See, now, it sounds like today's show is all made-up stories, but the first two things are true, and the last one is ... well, I don't know, I guess it might be true. There's a guy in Denver who says he's got a video. YouTube it!
Learn how to digitally record old analog VHS home movies onto your computer using one simple cable and some free time.
A back stage pass into the world of Peter Jackson and the art of filmmaking. You can learn more from these detailed daily accounts behind-the-scenes of Peter Jackson's "King Kong" than some film schools can teach. This has got everything, including information on all aspects of filmmaking from location logistics to sound recording to costume design, even the journey of a roll of film. Of course there's also time spent with the director himself and the stars of the movie. Completely comprehensive and thoroughly entertaining.
Enjoy a movie theater experience in your own home with HDTV and a 5.1 sound system.
An escalating drum roll opens Our Ill Wills, the sophomore album from Shout Out Louds… and rightly so. It's been a few years since the release of their first full-length record, the critically acclaimed, Howl Howl Gaff Gaff, and anticipation is great. But the band's been anything but idle. These last years have seen their passports fill up with stamps and their photo albums with snap shots from all corners of the world. They've done their own headline tours as well as being the support act of choice for bands such as The Strokes, The Magic Numbers and Kings Of Leon. Being on the road means you have plenty of time to think, to drink, to reminisce on the past. To play computer games. To miss loved ones. To get lost in new towns. To misbehave and to get your priorities in order. It's all there, on Our Ill Wills, out September 11th on Merge Records. Well, maybe not the computer games so much.
The GoVideo VR3930 is perfect for archiving your noncopyrighted VHS and DV home movies to DVD, but it's no better for recording TV than your current VCR.
In order to edit your home movie, you first have to get video off your camcorder and onto your computer. Molly Wood makes it look easy.
RealPlayer 10 is better for your Mac than ever. Watch near-DVD-quality video, view video clips in full-screen theater mode, optimize your sound with the graphic equalizer, and play Quicktime files.