Posts Tagged ‘Recording’

[DVB-S2] Tips & Tricks for the Cloud IBox II

Abstract The Cloud Ibox II is a cheap affordable satellite receiver running Linux. It is priced between 90 and 130€. It features: 2 x USB (although the case shows otherwise, it seems this is 1x USB 1.0 and 1 x USB 2.0) Ethernet connection DVB-S2 tuner 1 x card reader linux based dreambox plugin compatible […]

[Ableton] Normalize Recorded Audio Samples

Situation: You recorded a nice sample from an external source (name it a bass synthesizer or anything else). After recording you see that the sample’s gain is too low. Solution 1: copy that pattern from the pattern view to the arrangement view consolidate that sample in the arrangement view (CTRL+ J on Windows or CMD […]

[Pre] WebOS 1.4 With Free Need 4 Speed, Sims, and Monopoly

It seems Palm has eventually understood that Germany might be an important market for their Pre. The Pre is the most sold smartphone on the carrier O2 Germany. O2 Germany yesterday started to distribute webOS 1.4. The update we’ve all been waiting for desperately. Free commercial Games for german customers Sadly Electronic Arts’ free download […]

[Pre] Video Recording with Precorder 0.2 Alpha

The long waiting is over. A team around the Precentral’s forum member Prenosicator has released an alpha version of a Palm Pre video recording application. It requires WebOS 1.3.1. You will not find it in the know homebrew repositories as long as it is in alpha status. Anyway for all of you able to root […]

[Pre] Palm Pre Hacked to Support Video Recording

PreCentral reports that some devs managed to run a video recording software on Palm’s new flagship Pre. The software currently only supports 320 x 480 as resolution with 30fps. But as the Pre supports up to 720×480 there is hope that we will soon seen DVD like recordings just from the Pre. The video format […]

[MacOS] Recommended Apps: MacTubes

Abstract Do you ever wanted to download some of the YouTube videos, simply to have them available when being on the road? Or say: you wanna archive them, because as we’ve seen in the past with several major media services: there will be a time when they don’t exist anymore. But YouTube does not support […]