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Red Touch Media: New Ways to Get Media to Customers

Saturday, January 19th, 2013
Red Touch Media at CES

Red Touch Media at CES

If you are a media creator that needs to get a screenplay across or a production company that wants people to screen your newest movie then Red Touch Media is for you. Heck, if you are a person that wants to download a movie or song then Red Touch Media is for you.

Working on 3 parts, Red Touch Media can make your media available and do it securely. The three tiers to Red Touch Media are Bridge, Express and Connect.

Red Touch Media has kiosks all over the world. You can walk up to a kiosk and download your media to whatever device you need it on. Movies, music or just a document that you might have forgotten at the office.

I sat down with Wayne Scoles to find out more on this concept

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Video by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine.com

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Snapcuts Supplies Video Clips to Create Video Messages

Friday, March 2nd, 2012

Bee Ottinger from Snapcuts joins us on CES TPN Live coverage. She talks about how SnapCuts can be used to put together a video card. From simple thanks, to congratulations, and much more.

They use video clips that are in the public domain – and there is a lot in the public domain (check out archive.org). They create clips, which you can browse over at their website. When you find a clip you want to use, just put it in the video pane on the bottom.

When done, send off your message to friends and loved ones. The site is free – just register and start using Snapcuts. The site is still in beta and adding new clips all the time.

Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine and Andy Smith of Geocaching World.

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KBCovers: Secret Weapon for Creative Types

Friday, February 10th, 2012

The Need for Speed

Mousing around is one of the not-so-secret productivity killers, stealing time from creative types around the world. Keyboard shortcuts allow you to keep your fingers in motion – but unless you excel in the game “Missing MatchUps” with your kids, it’s hard to remember hundreds of combinations. And they are all standard patterns, except when they aren’t – like between every applications that you need to use on your project.

KBCovers offers a full range of apps. In both US and European keyboards, for video and photo editing, the covers are made of ultra thin silicone, and offer full color coding to help you learn and remember the shortcuts for your daily use.

Interview by Andy McCaskey and Courtney Wallin of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.

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Vivitek Qumi Q5 Projectors

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Vivitek hit the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month with a full new line of projectors known as the Qumi Q5 line. The Qumi is Vivitek’s line of home-theater-quality projectors. These are, obviously, front-end projectors, which bring the absolute best picture to your living room or dedicated home theater room. TPN’s Jon Wurm got a first-hand look at the new lineup.

Vivitek brings the following specs to to their new projectors:

  • Up to 500L brightness
  • HD resolution
  • Projection on up to a 90 inch screen
  • HDMI, USB, and VGA
  • 3D Ready
  • 30,000 hours

Vivitek showcased several of their projectors in different light situations to show what they can do. The picture is incredibly bright and the 1080P video comes through loud and clear. In addition to a full array of computer hook-ups the Qumi has traditional home theater ports like HDMI, as well as the ability connect to smartphones and tablets.

The Vivitek Qumi projectors can be used in-home or by a business professionals for presentations. You can get a demonstration in the video, posted below, as well as checking out the Vivitek website.

Interview by Jon Wurm of F5 Live.

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Nvidia Tegra3 Tablets Run Windows 8, Quad Core Processors

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Nvidia Tegra3

Nvidia Tegra3

We check out the new Tegra3 tablets by Nvidia at CES. Amazing little devices, these tablets run Quad-core processing using ARM processors. HD video at 1080p, multi-tasking ability and a lot more.

With the new Windows 8 OS, these tablets look good. You can connect them up to a HDTV and do more from a tablet. Watch video on the TV, while you check out your Twitter on the tablet screen.

The Tegra3 tablet will be out later this year. I might even be mixing down video come CES 2013 using this tablet.

Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine

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Canon VIXIA: Six New Models With WiFi, iPhone Tethering

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
Canon Vixia

Canon Vixia

Video content creators, listen up. Canon has upgraded their VIXIA series to include some great new features. These cameras run high end – up to 24MB on AVCHD. They can also be switched to MP4 mode, so you don’t have to convert a video before uploading to YouTube.

Jeffrey Powers talks to Ben Thomas about the VIXIA R-32 and VIXIA HFM-52. These are two-of-six models upgraded to get you better images, and WiFi capability.

The WiFi can also be tethered to an iPhone (via app), so you can push content up on various hosting platforms.

The R-32 is the low end consumer model. They upgraded the stabilization to a four-mode system. You can turn on or off, and when you place on a tripod, it turns off automatically.

The higher end HFM-32 has a LUX rating of 1.2 and a shutter speed of 1/30th of a second. This is great for low-light situations.

Canon also makes a waterproof case for divers to go 100 meters below water.

The R series starts at $349. The HFM-52 costs between $549-$749

Interview by Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine

Also check out - Canon – HD For All

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