Posts Tagged “Video”

http://old.wwcsd.net/fctc/Pages/IVD/images/vlc.jpgMany of you TPB addicts know that formats can be annoying. It may be even more annoying to those who are not as tech savvy as the rest of us. Really, when you first started using a computer, didn’t you ever wonder what a divX was? Luckily, VLC has you covered.

VLC can play virtually any audio and video files. From the older formats (ogg, Mpeg 1-3, Rmpeg…) to the newer ones like MPEG4, AVI, WMP, MP3 and many more. It also works as a DVD player with a ton of custom video filters and skins.

Get VLC Media Player HERE

Any problems? Visit the Forums and ask our great users!

Comments No Comments »

ffmpegxDo you hate downloading videos and having them broken up in multiple files?  Well using ffmpegx on OS X you can join almost any two video files; one would find on the internet.  Just be warned this process can take longer than you expect to join some files, but it should never last longer then an hour.

Installing ffmpegx and codecs.

  1. Download it from here
  2. Open the dmg and drop the ffmpegx into a folder, such as your applications.
  3. Open ffmpegx and in the title bar(upper left of your screen) click ffmpegX and click on install binaries.
  4. Now it has 3 links, download each file and then click locate and locate the file you downloaded for it.
  5. Ensure all boxes
  6. Enter your OS X password and click install.

Joining the Videos

  1. Open FFMpegX and click on tools (its on the right side upper middle)
  2. A new row of buttons will come up below that click on “Join”
  3. Now you can drag and drop the first half of the movie in the first text box
  4. Do the same with the second movie to the second text box.
  5. Click Join, and it will create a new file of the two files joined.

Comments No Comments »

[via how2heroes]

Comments No Comments »

Cheese! Its great! Whats even better? I have no idea. Watch the video to low-down on makin’ some cheese!

YouTube Preview Image

Ingredients:

  • 1 quart fresh, local whole milk
  • 1 cup active-culture buttermilk
  • 2 tsp lemon juice or white vinegar
  • 3/4 tsp salt

Comments 2 Comments »

Just because I thought this video was 1) Hilarious and 2) Somewhat informative, I have decided to share it with you! Im sure many of you carry these parts around with you every day. This was posted in all of good nature, it should not be used for harm! Be responsible!

You Will Need

  • A Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL)
  • Flyback transformer

Warning the device shown in the video can produce a lethal(deadly) amount of electricity.  This tutorial is for entertainment purposes only, do so at your own risk

The Video

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/1373400/

Comments No Comments »

This is a great visual effect for the video producer! Here we are to demonstrate it!
Warning! Real fire! Use extreme caution!

You Will Need

  1. Axe body spray.
  2. A lighter/match or anything similar.
  3. A bucket of water (This is a safety precaution).

The Video

YouTube Preview Image

Comments 3 Comments »