Posts Tagged ‘ Windows ’

Making A Podcast With Free Podcasting Software

Feb 11th, 2010 | By | Category: How to Podcast, Podcasting Software

This video tutorial, by Brent Powell, looks at how to use free software – Audacity – to record, edit and export a podcast. Audacity is available for Mac, Windows and Linux.

Rain Computers’ LiveBook Studio Puts Quad-Core Performance In A Windows Laptop

Jan 10th, 2010 | By | Category: Audio Podcasting, General, Podcasting Hardware

Rain Computers will debut its LiveBook Studio, a high performance quad-core notebook based on Intel’s “Nehalem” Core i7 architecture, at the Winter NAMM Show. LiveBook Studio will be available for sale starting in early February 2010 with a trio of quad-core processors, drives up to 500GB and up to 8GB of 1333MHz DDR3 memory. It […]

Finally – A Cheap Handicam With A Mic Jack

Aug 19th, 2009 | By | Category: Digital Video Recorder, Video

Kodak has released the Kodak Zi8 Pocket Video Camera, a $179 HD handicam which features – finally – an external mic jack. There are a lot of cheap portable video cameras, but almost all of them suffer from horrible sound and no support for better mics. Let’s hope that other companies will follow Kodak’s lead […]

Miro 2.5 Gets Audio Podcast Support

Aug 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Podcast Distribution, Podcasting Software

The Participatory Culture Foundation, a Massachusetts based non-profit, has announced an update to the open source Miro internet TV platform that features faster performance and audio podcasts. Changes in Miro 2.5 include: Miro 2.5 launches 2 – 4 times faster (especially for users with lots of videos and feeds) New audio podcast section of the […]

New Remix Workstation Designed For Windows Audio, Video Production

Jan 30th, 2009 | By | Category: Computer Hardware, Podcasting Hardware

Maingear Computers has announced the availability of a new PC targeting Photoshop, graphic design, video production, pro audio creators, the Remix Workstation. Starting at $2,000, the Remix Workstation features high-end audio and graphics features, liquid cooling and sound insulation to minimize noise.

Windows Users At Risk From MP3s, Multimedia Files

Jul 18th, 2008 | By | Category: General

Security firm TrustedSource reports that a new trojan has been identified that infects multi-media files on Windows computers. The malware embeds malicious content into multimedia files based on the Advanced Systems Format (ASF), a widely used format for video and audio content such as MP3 and WMA music files, WMV video files and others. When […]

Skype 4.0 Beta For Windows

Jun 18th, 2008 | By | Category: General, Podcasting Software

Internet telephony service Skype has announced a new version, Skype 4.0 Beta for Windows. The new version focuses on improving video telephony features and offering better usability. Here are a couple of videos that explain the Skype 4.0: Skype 4.0 Beta – Introductory Demoby SkypeConversations Mike Bartlett introduces Skype, and demos the new Skype 4.0 […]

Microsoft Makes Multi-Touch Interfaces Look Boring

May 28th, 2008 | By | Category: General

Microsoft today released a video, above, showcasing multi-touch apps developed for future versions of Windows. According to Microsoft: Touch is quickly becoming a common way of directly interacting with software and devices. Touch-enabled surfaces are popping up everywhere including laptop touch pads, cell phones, remote controls, GPS devices, and more. What becomes even more compelling […]