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10 Lug/10

4K Videos Coming To Youtube

4K Videos Coming To Youtube

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Youtube is raising the bar once again with the announcement that the video hosting site will support 4K videos in the near future. Less than a year ago Youtube enabled full HD, 1080p, video resolutions on Youtube and most people thought that 1080p was going to be the top resolution on Youtube for a long time to come. 4K videos raise the bar by running in a resolution of 4096 x 3072, that’s almost four times the size of the...

24 Lug/09

Miro 2.5 Gets New Audio Podcast Section, Improved Launch Speeds [Downloads]

Miro 2.5 Gets New Audio Podcast Section, Improved Launch Speeds [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows/Mac/Linux: Miro, the open-source media player that’s sort of like a TiVo for internet video, has hit its 2.5 release, boasting 2 to 4 times faster launching speeds, a new audio podcast section, and more. In addition to the faster launching speeds and new audio podcast section, the Miro blog lists some other major changes added in this latest release, including a button to download from YouTube when you’re...

10 Apr/09

Save the Last Flash Movie You Watched [Linux Tip]

Save the Last Flash Movie You Watched [Linux Tip]

Linux only: Reader Blake writes in with his method for quickly making a copy of the last flash video you watched in your browser. Whenever you watch a flash video in your browser, the entire video is buffered to your hard drive, and stored in a temporary folder. You can then make a copy of the flash video by browsing through your temp folder manually, but Blake has automated this with a shell script that prompts you for a friendly name, and then automatically saves the video to your ~/Videos...


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