Watermarking publicly released videos can prove to be beneficial in a wide range of circumstances. VideoMark for Mac helps you both protect your videos with a digital watermark as well as create brand awareness by promoting your business logo while advertising your products or services.
VideoMark for Mac installs easily, and the setup takes no time. On the main interface, you can drop the video to be watermarked and choose between a text watermark or an image watermark. Only basic options are available such as text color, stroke color, font, and transparency. Transparency is supported for both images and text, … Read more
Not all video-capable devices support every format, which sometimes makes conversion a real pain. VideoDrive for Mac allows you to easily manage all your videos via iTunes and play them on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV in just a few steps, making it easy and fast to take your videos with you anywhere.
At first launch, after a spooky warning, VideoDrive for Mac will propose to install both Perian and Handbrake to be able to function properly. The installation process is smooth. Thanks to Handbrake, the conversion is fast and will make use of every available core on … Read more
According to an official invitation sent to GameSpot, Electronic Arts and DICE plan to "celebrate a new era of Battlefield" at an upcoming Battlefield 4 event in San Francisco on March 26 at 7 p.m. PT. The event occurs during the 2013 Game Developers Conference that takes place from March 25-29.
For those craving more information about the upcoming shooter, well, there isn't much to work with at the moment.… Read more
Telly is a video app that gives you a way to shoot and share video with effects and watch popular videos posted to Facebook, Twitter, and Telly's own network.
Instead of a YouTube client or other video player, Telly shows you a feed of videos taken from your friends' posts on Facebook and Twitter, and those of other Telly users. If you follow celebrities, sports figures, or television networks on Twitter, you'll also get whatever videos they post as part of your feed. Basically, depending on your friends and who you follow, you'll have a place where … Read more
The video game industry once again had a down month as console and software sales slipped.
Total industry sales hit $810 million in February, representing a 25 percent drop compared with the same period last year, market researcher NPD said yesterday. Hardware sales were down 36 percent to $244.2 million, and console and portable software sales across the physical retail channel could only reach $352 million -- a 27 percent drop compared with February 2012.
The Xbox 360 once again led the hardware market, earning the top spot in console sales for the 26th month in a row. According … Read more
The new service is a joint venture between Verizon and Redbox that was first announced in February 2012. Redbox Instant will give new users unlimited streaming and four DVD credits for free for one month, according to the Web site. Once the month-long trial ends, the service will cost $8 per month.
When the Web gets excited, it can lose its faculties.
These might be critical or merely observational, but the effect can be comical.
Over the last couple of days, millions have been enthralled by a Pepsi Max video which, as they say, went viral.
It purported to show race driver Jeff Gordon putting on a disguise and going to a car dealer to test drive a 2009 Chevy Camaro.
He even put on glasses equipped with a camera. Yes, it made him look even more elegant than anyone wearing Google's future goggles.
Then, claiming to be Mike, he took Steve the car dealer for a ride. … Read more
CBS today announced that it has launched a new, free app for the iPhone and iPad that allows for full-episode streaming to Apple's mobile devices.
The app provides access to full-length episodes of CBS' top shows, including "NCIS," "The Good Wife," and "How I Met Your Mother." The latest episodes of daytime and late-night programming will show up within 24 hours after airing. Prime-time programs will hit the app eight days after their initial broadcast.
For now, the apps are available to iPhone and iPad owners. CBS, which owns CBS Interactive, the company … Read more
For those who like watching their favorite flicks over and over again, AMC Networks has launched a movie-streaming service, Yeah, that runs new bonus material alongside cult classic movies.
AMC, which launched the pay-per-view service at South by Southwest Interactive today, is jumping into a crowded, and competitive, video-streaming market. Big players like Amazon and Netflix fight for fresh content constantly. Meanwhile, content producers stream their shows directly, as with HBO Go, or cut deals with other established streaming services.
But Yeah has decided to go in another direction: older movies with established fan bases. General Manager Lisa Judson said … Read more