Can you please offer insight into my projector system? I have questions with regards to projectors, screens, and installation. [more inside]
posted by masters2010
on Sep 19, 2012 -
Is there a reliable way to find out when and where a movie that's too old to be in first run theaters but too new to be airing on cable and/or streaming will be available to watch? Example inside. [more inside]
posted by Lentrohamsanin
on Apr 2, 2012 -
Buying advice for audio equipment that can be used for both home video and for field recording? [more inside]
posted by facetious
on Feb 17, 2012 -
Is there software that can capture real time video feed from another computers screen on your home network? [more inside]
posted by Bacillus
on Jan 21, 2012 -
What's the best way to record audio (or video) of myself sleeping? Yes, ideally, eight hours of low-quality audio in one shot. [more inside]
posted by stroke_count
on Jan 6, 2012 -
I need to find music clips to go with some home videos. This one of Amsterdam
is 2:45. This one of Bacharach Germany
is 4:02 and this one of Frankfurt
is 3:11. The clips are for my own purposes only. I share them with friends and family as reminders of the vacation time we had together. The music should be easy enough for most people to enjoy/tolerate, not too mainstream and should be perky(ish). Here is an example of a video I made on Whitehorse, Yukon
where I live. I'm looking for the same sort of vibe for the other videos. [more inside]
posted by YukonQuirm
on Sep 17, 2011 -
I am debating between getting a Mac Mini Vs getting having a few different appliances in the house. Am sharing a description of what I think I need and what my options are and what my initial evaluation is. Thoughts from others will be appreciated! [more inside]
posted by shalam
on Apr 6, 2011 -
One of my coworkers wants to have some old home video recordings on 8mm and 16mm film converted to DVD.
Does anyone know of a good place to go in the Portland, OR area?
What about online? Who has a good reputation?
posted by nickthetourist
on Feb 2, 2010 -
Please recommend a free, reliable program that will allow me to crop and edit .mp4 videos. [more inside]
posted by gnutron
on Jun 5, 2009 -
Is 40% off a kitchen renovation to be used in training videos and advertisements too good to be true? I'm looking to the hive to help me ask smart questions that will suss out a scam. [more inside]
posted by butterstick
on Mar 16, 2009 -
I bought the ATI Sapphire HD 3870 a couple of months ago. I was especially stoked about the HDMI out feature that would allow me to play audio from my DVD receiver (Samsung HTQ80T/XAA). Well it does that but, the resolution is blurry. Changing the display quality on the pc doesn't help. My PC is connected to the HDMI IN on the receiver and the HDMI OUT on the receiver is connected to my monitor. DVD's look fine but the PC looks horrid. Not sure if it's the Home theater, or the card. Any Ideas as to what I can do about this? thanks.
posted by Student of Man
on Oct 27, 2008 -
I'm thinking of replacing/supplementing my PC monitor with a projector, but I've never really used or shopped for one. Is it worth it, or should I just go for a couple of the biggest monitors I can afford? [more inside]
posted by dozo
on Jun 27, 2008 -
Home networking wizards: What cool stuff can be done when a house is wired with RG-6 and Cat6? Not just vanilla internet and file sharing. What wired activities and equipment do you love or covet? [more inside]
posted by Dave 9
on Aug 31, 2006 -
Short version: Want to piggy back the audio/video output of my receiver onto my cable TV signal.
Long version: I want to take the output of my receiver which is in RCA plugs (2 audio, 1 video) and somehow put that onto coax that ALSO contains my basic cable channels. I'm sure I stumbled onto something like this while looking at home automation stuff months ago, but I'm not finding it now. Effectively what I want is to be able to put my receiver's output on channel 100 or something on my coax. This would allow me to split that coax and run it to other TV's in my house and have the output from the receiver available on any TV on channel 100, while still having the regular cable channels available as normal. This will allow me to play Xbox on any TV in my house with my wireless controller.
I found this
but it only puts the one signal onto coax, it doesn't add it to coax with an existing set of channels. Not what I want, but its the closest thing I've found.
Is this even possible or am I dreaming that I have seen this before?
posted by gfroese
on Jan 6, 2006 -
MediaFilter: Does what I want exist? I want to stream media to my home theater, but... [more inside]
posted by twiggy
on Nov 25, 2005 -