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October 2013


How to Upload Videos to Personal Websites Easily

Up till now, a large number of people own their personal websites. As we know, a personal website can be used as a bridge to connect us and other people all over the world. We can exchange our thoughts/ideas, share interests/hobbies as well as sharing something interesting such as books, poems, beautiful music/video, TV shows, etc.

Occasionally, we will need to upload some videos to the website for sharing, be it the public websites like YouTube or your our own websites. Some people will find it difficult to do this task. Actually, it will be much easier by following the proper steps as below:

Step 1. Select a Proper Hosting Site. To upload a video, the very first thing we need to do is to choose a proper hosting site for hosting the videos online. Frankly speaking, YouTube is one of the best choices of course; you can choose other popular video-sharing websites such as Vimeo, Hulu, etc as you like. As to uploading videos to our own websites, we can use a content delivery network which offers the customized video players and content management systems, so that we can arrange video publication freely as we wish.

Step 2. Convert and Compress the Source Video File. Due to the format issue, we cannot upload any videos to the websites directly. Before doing so, we will need to convert the source video to the format which can be accepted by the video hosting site we chose. The reason is that most video hosting sites cannot support many video formats, and they also have the limitation for the video size as well. To make it easier to understand, let's give an example: We need to upload some wonderful MP4/MPG/WMV videos to the websites for sharing, but we find that those videos are of large size and cannot be supported by various browsers. So, we will have to convert those video formats to SWF-which's in a much smaller size and has got maximum compatibility with most browsers. That is to say, we need to convert WMV to SWF, MP4 to SWF or transcode MPG to SWF with the help of third-party software.

Step 3.Connect to the Web. As is known to us all, a majority of video-sharing websites and CDNs(content delivery networks) have got a built-in interface, making it very easy to find the source video from our computer and then upload it to the sites. A high-speed internet connection is strongly required to ensure a quick and smooth uploading. Or, you will have to wait impatiently during the video uploading process.

Source from http://www.fastlinkmaker.com/how-to-upload-videos-to-personal-websites-easily_21508

Por kodakvideoconverter - October 30th, 2013, 22:21, Category: General
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A Quick Look at the PS4 and Xbox One

Currently, the Xbox 360 and PS3 are the top 2 game console kings on the market. It is reported that both of them have sold over 75 million units as of the end of 2012. The Gamescom 2013 delivered an important message to the public that, Sony would finally officially unveil the PS4 on 29 November, while the Xbox One would land on 22 November. Will the next generation prove as popular? Well, it is still too early to tell.
Now, gamers are focusing on the two next-gen consoles. Apparently, there will be furious competition between these new devices. Consumers will be in a dilemma of which one to choose since both of them are doing great. Although there are less than two months away from the final release dates, we still have the luck to get the first hand-on look at the devices. Needless to say, there are great differences in the design, optical drive, motion control, storage, specs, etc. However, they have got the most headline-grabbing feature in common---both PS4 and Xbox One are able to support 4K movie streaming! In simple words, besides playing games, consumers can also play 4K movie with PS4 and the Xbox One or big screen TV. Notes: most 4K movies are recorded in MXF/RAW/XAVC formats which are not supported by either the PS4 or Xbox One. The alternative is use a powerful 4K video converter to convert 4K video to Xbox One or PS4 most friendly MPEG-4 H.264 format.
Enjoying video is great, but the basic function of a console is to play games. Based on a latest investigation, there are 10 most-wanted next-gen games for the Xbox One and PS4. The name list is as below:
1. Tom Clancy's The Division(to be released in 2014)
2. Project Spark(TBD)
3. Watch_Dogs(to be released on Nov. 19, 2013)
4. Titanfall(to be released in Spring 2014)
5. Knack(to be released in November 2014)
6. Destiny(to be released in 2014)
7. The Crew(to be released in Early 2014)
8. Final Fantasy XV(TBD)
9. Quantum Break(to be released in 2014)
10.Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain(TBD)
The Gamescom 2013 unveiled the entire list of games for the PS4 and Xbox 360 which include Assassinís Creed Black Flag, Battlefield 4, LEGO Marvel Super Heroes, Call of Duty: Ghosts, Skylanders: Swap Force and Watch Dogs, Driveclub, Just Dance 2014, FIFA 14, Killzone: Shadow Fall, Knack, Madden NFL 25, NBA 2K14, NBA LIVE, Need for Speed: Rivals, etc. However, it's not the games that come to both consoles would affect consumers' final buying decision. Instead, the overall performance as well as the price of the devices have the greater influence. What do you think?
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Source from http://videotoolsformac.blogspot.com/2013/10/a-quick-look-at-ps4-and-xbox-one.html

Por kodakvideoconverter - October 13th, 2013, 22:11, Category: General
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