Saturday, August 31, 2013

The Compact Cassette Turns 50

Our more seasoned readers will all remember the days of compact audio cassettes—winding them with a pencil and all. Not to make those readers feel old, but today Philips is celebrating the 50th Birthday of the compact cassette.

"On this day in 1963 the Philips Pocket Recorder EL3300, also known as the compact cassette, was introduced to the world!"
   – Philips

While the heyday of the cassette is past us and it is now seen more as a retro and iconic image of those times, if you still have a collection of cassettes you may want to give them a digital makeover for their birthday. With Golden Records Analog Audio Converter you can not only digitize vinyl records but you can convert audio cassettes too. Guiding you from connecting your cassette deck to your computer through to saving MP3 files so you can bring your old favorites to your new devices and relive those fond memories.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

New Mac Digital Photo Slideshow Software

New Mac version of PhotoStage slideshow maker software One of our most popular programs, PhotoStage Slideshow Maker is now not only the best slideshow software for Windows, but also an easy way to make slideshows with music, photos, video clips, narration and more on Mac OS X. Slideshows are a great way to keep your memories alive and creating dynamic video slideshows couldn't be easier. From Camera to DVD or posting online to share with friends and family follow the easy steps to add your media, enhance your photos and add effects for a professional touch in minutes. Download PhotoStage today to start making your own video picture slideshows and see how easy it is for yourself.

Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Create Your Own Webcast

Have you ever wanted to make your own live TV show? More and more people watch their shows online, so you can join the trend and broadcast your own low budget show online with the help of video stream software. Whether you are editing your programming first, or streaming live, you can share your webcasts straight from your PC with BroadCam Streaming Video Server.

share and stream your own video webcasts With Broadcam installed you can set up either a live input or select your finished videos under settings, which is the easy part. What is a little more technical is setting up your computer's connection to the outside world so that viewers can access the video, but don't let that scare you away. To help guide you we have a BroadCam video tutorial available with includes instructions for configuring your router and firewalls for internet video streaming and more. For most people this will cover everything you need, but there is also a more detailed series on making your computer accessible from the public internet with information on port forwarding to allow connections to your computer for streaming and more.

Once you have the routing taken care of you can click "Connect" on main interface and a web page will open with the links you can then use to post your video streams on your website. Then all that is left for you to do is get some friends to test the connection from another location and start streaming.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

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