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Boo. :P


Apr
30
comment What are some free (or cheap) options for hosting home videos that have copyright music in them?
Some services like Dropbox (and I think Box, too) transcode uploaded videos and offer in-page streaming. Not quite YouTube, but also policed far less. ;-)
Apr
15
comment Can I use unlicensed music as soundtrack for a video?
Whilst it's all free advice, some of it may just be from people who work in the field... ;-) Good point on chancing your arm if it's 100% internal - as long as OP isn't a doofus and uploads to YouTube, that should be 'get-awayable-with'.
Apr
15
revised Can I use unlicensed music as soundtrack for a video?
'overarching', not 'overarchiving'!
Feb
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Oct
13
comment What exactly does “Ethernet-capable HDMI cable” mean?
I've noted that the crop of current-gen TVs have an increasing amount of multimedia functionality. Taking this one step into the future, if (in theory) you had a display, NAS (or other storage medium) and an amp / switcher all supporting HDMI ethernet you could likely forego the requirement to have a separate network cable to connect them all together. Single cable streaming! I like the logical step of removing another cable, the final thing we we need is Power over Ethernet over HDMI (PoEoH... 'poweoh'? Sounds like Schwarzenegger trying to pronounce 'power' ;-) - THEN we're cooking with gas.
Sep
15
revised Can I use unlicensed music as soundtrack for a video?
clarification of a handful of things, proofreading my own material!
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14
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6
answered Can I use unlicensed music as soundtrack for a video?
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