If you shot a video sideways with your digital camera, you may need to rotate it in order to get your video to appear right side up. Here's how to rotate that video using Windows Movie Maker
A review of underwater photography options, comparing features of 5 different waterproof cameras and an underwater housing.
Insipired by Harlan Hogan's Porta-booth, here's a video showing you how you can get a great sound booth that fits in your suit case and goes anywhere. The video shows you how to build the booth and a convenient way to pack it for travel. Details on where to get the parts are here:
Video showing how to mount an HDTV in your car, connect your Xbox to Xbox Live and play online games while driving. Additional details here:
Rainbow Six had a cool feature allowing you to put your face on the character you play in the game. We decided to have some fun with it and put President George W. Bush's face on a character in the game using photos and the Live Vision camera. The video shows the result and how you could do it too.
You saw the hugely popular ScreenCleaner.swf featuring the Puppy, and the kitten, well Now you can see the one with the Bunny!
Video demo of Ethernet over power line alternative to using the Xbox 360 Wireless Network adapter. This eliminates the need to rewire your house with Ethernet cable while providing a more reliable connection for online game play and streaming video to your Xbox 360. While the GameNet solution from Corinex is shown in the video demo, any of its competitors rated for 200 Mbps will also work. For more alternatives to the offical Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adapter, see this article:
Backing up your files is the only insurance you have against data loss. For some reason, most of us don't backup. The easiest way to make sure you don't forget to backup your files is to use something that's automatic and offsite - an secure online backup solution. Here's a demo of the Roxio BackOnTrack Online backup solution, showing you how easy it is to add folders to your automatic backup routine and recover files if you happen to lose them. A full review of BackOnTrack Online is available here:
Video demonstration showing you how to connect your Mac to an HDTV, including which cable options to choose. For more HDTV related tips see: http://jakeludington.com/hdtv more on which cables to buy, see this article on how to avoid overpaying for cables:
Tutorial showing you the required hardware and necessary steps to connect any PC to your HDTV. For additional tip see: http://jakeludington.com/hdtv tips on finding the necessary cables at the best price, see this article on how to not overpay for HDMI cables: