If you are anything like me, then you have subscribed to a lot of video channels which are nothing more than amateurs who know how to make video better than can. Chances are, all they do is point the camera and edit it, but the mystery of video editing may allude the beginning video user. Fortunately, the Movavi Multimedia Software has you covered. In case you haven't … [Read more...] about Our Review of the Movavi Video Suite, and How To Make Videos
Okay, I have had a great time reviewing the TiVo Bolt, and now there is a TiVo Bolt +, or Plus. It has six tuners (the ability to record six shows at once) and three terabytes of recording capacity (up to 450 hours). Now, I don't know about the tuners part in comparison to the old version, but my Bolt only has 1 TB. Just to compare, the TiVo Bolt + has the same … [Read more...] about TiVo Bolt + Has more Tuners and More Memory
Well, we have talked about iKlip A/V before, upon its initial release. I mentioned in that article how easy it is for anyone to create some high-quality video now, and the iKlip A/V is made for those who want to have their own video channel and take it on the road. As you can see from the picture here, this newscaster is being shot on video with a smartphone. It is one … [Read more...] about Our Review of the iKlip A/V
This next product reminds me of the Steadicam Smoothee from Tiffen, and IK Multimedia has a product known as the iKlip A/V which helps you do the same thing. In case you need a reminder, click on the link. But if you are too lazy to click and read, here's the thing. It is a way of taking a smartphone and turning it into a steadicam. Why? Because you need one for your … [Read more...] about IK Multimedia Announces iKlip A/V
By now, you've probably seen this video from Candace Payne, and it has made her a star overnight. I won't bother describing it, but it involves a woman who made a purchases a Chewbacca mask and tries it on behind the wheel. This woman isn't trying to advertise the product, but it is probably the best advertisement for this toy ever. What makes this work is how she is … [Read more...] about Chewbacca Mask Lady Keeps the Internet Entertained for Good Reasons
I'm sure that you have all heard of Meghan Trainor, who has done hits like "All About That Bass" and "Lips Are Moving", and she is often characterized as being plus-sized. Yeah, this is just not a nice thing to say about anyone, because most see it as a nice way of saying "overweight". She recently released a video of her new single "Me Too", which is a new single from … [Read more...] about Meghan Trainor Pulls Video After Photoshop “Fix”
I feel odd explaining what Ghost in the Shell is, but if you have never heard of anime (and there are a lot of people that haven't) then you have never heard of Ghost in the Shell. Ghost in the Shell is...a film that has a lot of...female frontal nudity and violence. It's one of those dystopian style science fiction movies, and it means...something. I think it does. … [Read more...] about “Ghost in the Shell” VR Film
So, I am going to have to admit that I would like to think that I have the latest in technology, but I didn't have a TiVo until a few days ago. In fact, I was pleased that I could try out the TiVo Bolt. If you aren't familiar with TiVo, then where have you been? I guess the same place where I have been, but at least I know what a TiVo is. In the case of the Bolt, it is … [Read more...] about Our Review of the TiVo Bolt or Confessions of a TiVo Virgin
I realize that it is difficult to say that anything is big deal, and I really should have reported on this when I saw it at CES 2016. Yes, I did say that the future is "mesh", as if to substitute the last word from "meh", but honestly, the Lifeprint is very good. I can't remember what after-party that I saw this at CES, but some man just came up to me with a photo and … [Read more...] about Lifeprint is the Coolest Tech that I have seen so far this year
Generally, I don't really review products that apparently still on Indiegogo, but I have to admit that this product, which I picked up at CES 2016, is so very decent. I might be understating this, as the SlimPort Nano Console is a very good product that can do a lot of things. Basically, the SlimPort Nano Console is a cube shaped device that connects to an HDMI display. … [Read more...] about SlimPort Nano Console
I have to admit that I don't review a lot of video cables here on this blog, but I have to say that I am very impressed by this mCable from Marseille. I'm going to get this out of the way and say that I saw this product at CES, and I was very impressed by the presenter. Seriously, someone needs to give that guy a raise, because he was so exuberant about his product that … [Read more...] about The Marseille mCable
I mentioned in my article about the BlackBerry Priv that I am often surprised that certain tech companies still exists. Today, the Internet was all abuzz that Betamax is now dead. Seriously? I mean, I barely remember Betamax from the early eighties, as an alternative to VHS. This was back when VCRs were beginning to be in everyone's house, and this was essentially a … [Read more...] about Betamax is officially dead; Wait, wasn’t it dead already?
What you are seeing here is not necessarily a helmet, and I am not really certain why it is called that. I guess it kind of looks like one...anyway, the iFamCare is a good way of watching your connected home. The iFamCare Helmet has 360 degree coverage on the horizontal and 70 degrees of vertical. You can install the Wi-Fi to your home network and view anywhere on 3G, … [Read more...] about The Helmet from iFamCare
This is going to be another time where I'm going to talk about how 360 Degree cameras are just going to take over, and how we are all going to need some Oculus Rifts to view it all. This is a pretty fascinating thing called the Squito, and it isn't a toy ball but a panormaic camera that you can just toss around. There are three separate cameras, which involves video and … [Read more...] about Squito 360-Degree Throwable Panoramic Camera
Yes, that is me in the middle, and the Nostalgia Critic on the right. On the left is Rob Walker, the Nostalgia Critic's brother, and this picture was taken at MomoCon 2015 in Atlanta two weeks ago. Okay, about a few years ago, I remembered hearing of a movie called Delgo, and I had never heard of it. Apparently, it was one of the worst computer-generated films of all … [Read more...] about Just Watch the Nostalgia Critic if you aren’t already.