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NewTek NDI Connect Spark First Look, Setup in Wirecast

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIP video can be easy, and difficult at the same time. Especially if you are trying to record or stream 1080p 60fps. In the last year, NewTek has come out with the NDI protocol, which allows you to send video across an IP network with less pixelation and latency. The Connect Spark was released so you can send any camera video signal – from a Go Pro, DSLR, or even a commercial grade camera – over a network to the recording computer, or even a series of monitors. The NDI Connect Spark This device comes with HDMI or 3G-SDI connections, for whatever video system you use. The box itself can be connected to Ethernet, or a WiFi signal (5G Wifi recommended). Two USB ports and a micro-SD card slot are available for recording from the device. The Spark also allows for...

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Source Connect by Source Elements: Eliminate Latency Connection

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSIf you are a musician that has tried to collaborate over the Internet, you know latency of a signal can kill the session. There are a few companies working on reducing latency – Source Elements is one of those companies. While you cannot do a live jam session without issue, you can do some pretty cool stuff with this software – record a track and have another record their track to merge together with quality of 320 kbps. If you are running an interview you can reduce the dead air that some connections get because of the lag time. With Source Connect Pro, you can reduce latency to as much as 100 milliseconds – the same speed of a cell phone connection. All you need is access to a Chrome browser (other browsers coming soon). You can run the software on...

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Actiontec Introduces Wireless HDMI

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSAnother set of wire standards, another set of wires to be run in the house. Or do you? Actiontec was at CES showing off a new way to send your HDMI 1 signals to your LED TV. Best part is it’s done wirelessly. The company makes a series of routers and Ethernet over Power line technology. Now they have My Wireless TV – a device that can transmit HDMI signal – Even a 3D image – through the air. The transmitters – receivers run on a standard 802.11 wireless signal. They are fully compliant with 1080 / 60 fps televisions. You can have the devices up to 150 feet apart from each other, which means the Blu-Ray can be on the other side of the room and still get a good connection. The product boasts no latency. Therefore you should be...

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First Weekend on Windows 7

Well on Friday I made the plunge and did the install. I took out the drive that held my XP partition, put in a clean drive and installed Windows 7 64-bit. The computer is an AM3 with 4 Gig of memory, so it was plenty powerful to handle the OS. The planning has been done for a couple months. All my important data is held on striped disks that could easily port over. The data was also backed up, so if Windows 7 corrupted, I could pull the important stuff back. The install on the fresh drive took only an hour. It didn’t ask me to pop in a previous version, so I was happy about that. The only problem I ran into was on first DVD boot, the computer froze. It kept happening until I reset the BIOS. After that, it had no issues. One of the...

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