Category: Video Tech

Movie Studio 14 vs. Vegas Pro 14 from Magix: A Comparison

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSI use Vegas Pro for most of my video post-production. I love the fact it’s a one-time purchase, along with the idea which started in my home town. Last year, Magix purchased the software suite. They have since upgraded both Vegas and Movie Studio software. But which one should you get? Before you start, check out the review of Vegas 14 on Geekazine. Differences Between Vegas Pro and Movie Studio Overall, these are the main differences between the two versions. For some of you, most of these features might not make a difference. Therefore, I highlighted some of the important points when creating a simple YouTube – style video. VEGAS Pro Connect (mobile companion app for iPad) Sony Wireless Adapter proxy-first workflow Track Grouping Application scripting and extensions (enables users to automate virtually any operation in the application) Project export and advanced project...

Day 3 Morning Planning – HP Technology Forum 0

Day 3 Morning Planning – HP Technology Forum

Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSDay 3 of the HP Technology Forum is here, we have a jam packed day and we have such a beautiful booth, Andy and I decided to record right from the booth. Sponsor: Hold your meetings online for just $49 a month Try GoToMeeting free.

Windows7 Tip #1 Processes and Compatibility Mode 0

Windows7 Tip #1 Processes and Compatibility Mode

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSSIn this screen-cast, we look at Windows 7 64-bit and the Processes therein. We show you how to set Affinity for multi-core machines and how to use the Compatibility mode all the way back to Windows 95 if your program doesn’t work correctly in Windows7 64-bit.

Screencast – Backing up computer for Windows 7 install 0

Screencast – Backing up computer for Windows 7 install

2GB Totally Free Online Backup! Compliments of Mozy – Use code “Geek” for 10% off other plans In this screen cast, we look at some steps you can take to prepare for your Windows 7 install. The biggest is backing up your data so you can bring it back on the new system. In this system, we look at: Collecting computer information using the Belarc Advisor Drive Imaging software, such as Acronis – for restore point Using an external source like old computer or external drive Off-site backup option in Mozy This upgrade will not be a quick one, as most sites are warning. Some of you may be upgrading the computer, while others will do a fresh install, or parallel install (XP and Win 7 on the same machine). However you do it, these steps will help you keep your data, have a restore point to go...

Remove Old Thermal Paste, Install New in Computer 0

Remove Old Thermal Paste, Install New in Computer

It’s been a while since we did a video pod. This week I am working on putting a new uStream computer together. Because of this I thought I would record some of the techie stuff I am doing to get this up and running. In the first video, we show you how to remove some of the Thermal Paste on the processor. In the second video, we install the processor, put on new Thermal Paste and install the Heat Sink. Part I Part II

TechPodcasts RoundTable – Sony ACID, Joomla, JungleDisk, Lifecasting 0

TechPodcasts RoundTable – Sony ACID, Joomla, JungleDisk, Lifecasting

*NOTE* The show video has been posted – check it out by clicking here. Earlier today I participated in the TechPodcasts RoundTable. John Coonen on Joomla, Andy McCaskey on LifeCasting and Todd Cochrane on JungleDisk. Geekazine has also presented Sony ACID for Podcasting. We talked about what Podcast software is out there, a little bit about ACID and how to record, edit and save a file. The presentation happens at the 42 minute mark. Lots of great stuff. Posting the uStream event now – Once the GoToMeeting version is posted, we will send off the link. Live Videos by Ustream

Sequence 0

Sequence

As an IT Pro I know that if you were to say 1,2,4,8 I would follow with 16,32,64,128,256,512. Well, once again today was an odd day so I decided to have a little fun and make a video, which I haven’t been doing lately. Therefore, have fun with “Sequence”. Music is by Kevin Mcleod

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