Posts Tagged ‘HD TV’

May 24 Aerial Videos – Train

Wednesday, May 29th, 2013

Watch on Youtube.com

This video contains 3 aerial flights. The first one is at a park on Palm Ave. The second one is at Western Regionals Little League Park. The third one is by Glen Helen Park. I was able to film a train as it passed by.

Using the Go Pro Hero 3 Black Edition camera on a DJI Phantom Quad Copter. 1080p, 60 FPS, pro tune. Used iMovie to edit the video and the music was found on soundcloud.com If all goes well, the video will survive the youtube copyright challenge. If not, I will post again without the music.

Thank you for watching my video. Be sure to like it and visit:

website: www.kulltech.com
Youtubechannel: www.youtube.com/user/dkull1234
David Kull

Kulltech TV Player

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Stickam Player


LED TV’S, 120-HZ and 240-HZ

Tuesday, January 20th, 2009

What is the latest in LCD / LED TV’s ?  Refresh rate, currently it is 60-HZ.  Moving to 120-HZ and 240-HZ, you will see sm0other screen updates.  This feature will make any video source look sharper and smoothes out the zaggies that you would normally see on a 60-HZ tv.  This is most noticable on fast action, pans and detailed shots.

Another reason for the faster refresh rate is to help support the new craze, 3D video. Coming home to your computer and soon set top boxes, you will be able to enjoy REAL 3D videos.  Yes, you still need glasses, but the experience is worth it.  I was amazed by watching the Demo that Panasonic put on for us at CES.  240hz_lcd_hdtv_motionflow

Sony had this display, comparing the 3 formats available.

Samsung LUXIA LED TV

Samsung LUXIA LED TV

Samsung’s LED TV is shown.



Internet TV – In HI DEF too!

Thursday, October 16th, 2008

Here are some websites that provide on demand internet TV:


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CW NBC
Fox TNT
   
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List some of your favorite TV shows and how you watch them over the internet.

Internet TV – Web Sites

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Paulyanez – My Media Player – Desktop application using Adobe Air.

Video Player using Hulu Service

http://www.invision.tv/invision/


Here are great links for finding instant watch videos on netflix:



Sling Media

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Record streaming video

Record from your sling box


The Slingbox™ PRO allows you to watch and control up to four video sources—including one HD video source (when used with HD Connect)—from anywhere in the world on your laptop or cell phone. That means you can virtually take your entire home theater with you, including your DVR, digital cable, satellite receiver, and DVD player. With the Slingbox PRO, you’ll be at home wherever you roam.

 
Multiple Inputs
Connect and control up to four video sources, including your DVR, digital cable, satellite receiver, and DVD player.
 
HD Component Input
Connects to any one of your high definition sources for great picture quality on your laptop, desktop, or mobile device.*
 
Built-in Cable Tuner
Features an integrated analog tuner for access to your basic cable line-up without changing your set-top box channel on your home TV.
 
No Monthly Fees
Watch and control your TV and its programming on your compatible cell phone, PDA, laptop or desktop with no monthly subscription fee.

* Connecting an HD component source requires an HD Connect cable (sold separately).

 
 
     
 
SlingPlayer Mobile
SlingPlayer Mobile lets you watch and control your TV and all of its programming on your Windows Mobile, Palm OS or Symbian cell phones and PDAs.  Go…
 
Help Me Choose
Need help deciding which Slingbox is for you?  Go…
 
HD Connect for Slingbox PRO
The HD Connect is a cable that enables you to watch your home television’s HD programming by connecting your HD component device to your Slingbox PRO.   Go…
 
     

Hava

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

HAVA for Microsoft Media Center MCE

  • Supports both Microsoft Vista and WinXP MCE
  • Creates a virtual networked TV Turner for Media Center PC’s
  • Control HAVA connected video sources through Media Center user interface
  • Utilize Media Center’s PVR/DVR functions: pause, rewind, fast forward and record to hard disk
  • Place- shift your Media Center TV experience without requiring a TV connection in the viewing room

The PC client for HAVA Wireless HD and Platinum HD offers a seamless Media Center plug-in that enables users to watch live TV on their Media Center PC without requiring a TV Tuner card installed in the PC or even having a TV connection any room you wish to enjoy the Media Center experience. That’s right, watch live TV on multiple Media Center PC’s simultaneously using your existing home Ethernet or wireless (802.11a/g) network and create a virtual TV Tuner environment that provides true home media freedom by taking Media Center to any room in house or outside on the deck. Of course all of the Media Center TV features like scheduled recording, pause, fast forward and rewind of live TV are all enabled when using the HAVA Media Center plug-in.  

Easy Setup

Simply connect HAVA up to any video source including HD of course, and launch Media Center. It really is that simple!

CNET Says

  • “HAVA really shines for owners of Windows Media Center.”
  • “Windows Media Center users may very well find it (HAVA) to be a must-have accessory.”
Notes:
NAT port forwarding for the HAVA needs  UDP 1234 ,56123

How to choose a HD TV

Monday, August 11th, 2008

The old TV is out – or is it.  With the new HD TV service growing in the number of available channels to watch, we will be enticed to move to HD TV.  Right now most video broadcasted in HD will come across in 720I format.  The highest format is 1080p.  You will want to buy a TV that is capable of viewing all the formats, as long as it fits in your price range.  The 6 HD formats are 480I / 480P, 720I / 720P, 1080I / 1080P.  The I stands for Interlaced Video, the P stands for Progressive Video.

HDMI – The best connection to support all the formats, and includes Audio.  You will want a TV that has at least one HDMI port on it.  Devices such as the Blue Ray and HD dvd players use either HDMI and / or Component Video cables. 

The playstation 3 does have a HDMI output port, capable of playing blue ray movies at the Highest resoultion, 1080p.

You will want to look at the Native resolution that the TV supports. There are a lot of tv’s that only do 720p native, but can display 1080i / p.  They do this buy compressing the video down to the 720p size.  This may be acceptable by most people, as it is hard to tell the difference, unless you have 2 tv’s side by side to compare.

To be continued….

Cables that get hooked up to the TV:

Composite video

Svideo

Componet Video

HDMI

DVI

 

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