Here are two commercials for Chevy Silverado that may appear to be identical to the casual viewer. They are different. Who can detect the difference? Let me know, please comment.
Here are just a few of the over fifty TV channels I can receive over the air. I am using a SiliconDust HDHomerun Connect, model HDHR4-2US with an unamplified Mohu Leaf indoor antenna. The TV tuner is connected to my computer via the spare Ethernet port (ASUS motherboard has dual Ethernet ports, internet on the other port). The tuning of the digital channels and recording was done using Daum Potplayer, an excellent free software media player available online. I discovered the channels could be changed while recording and there was no editing. The transitions are not perfect, but just imagine trying to do that with a VCR.
The recorded file was first a (Matroska multimedia container) .mkv, H.264 video at 5000 kbps, and audio an (Advanced Audio Coding) AAC -Libav.dll at 128 kbps, sample rate 48000 hertz, selectable in Potplayer. Then I ran the file through Video Container Changer, (more great free software) to make the video have a .flv or flash extension, which is what the website needs. Be sure to let the file load for awhile, for a better chance of uninterrupted playback.
Does anyone remember this music? This was often playing on the TV at my job in the Televents Cablevision office in Martinez, California, usually early in the morning. I would be organizing work orders for my cable TV installations and this would play for what seemed like for minutes at a time.
I have nothing better to do right now. Have a laugh.
Here I’m testing a new inexpensive digital camera. It’s a Vivitar model DVR 785HD with up to 5.1 megapixel still image resolution. Also, it can record 720p high definition video with monophonic sound from the built-in microphone and the camera can be used underwater.
The video was shot with only normal lights in my kitchen and living room and it features a bicycle horn underwater, various items in my kitchen and a very uncooperative action figure of Moses. Look close and you will see the original Booper (Super Booper) which I made in the 1970s. Don Joyce sent it to me for repair. It appears the problem is with the battery holder.
Here is my Golden Grain STIR-N-SERV 1 Pan Lasagna commercial from the early 1970s, which I captured from 16 millimeter film. Be sure to cheek this out on my YouTube page, and see my other Golden Grain ad for Macaroni and Cheddar.
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