3 Tips to Record High Quality Videos from a Computer Screen

As you’re probably aware it is possible to capture video footage directly from your computer screen using screen recorders. However if you attempt to do so you may notice that the videos you capture don’t quite live up to your expectations in terms of quality, and may appear blurry and unclear, or have banding issues….

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100 Years of East London Style in 100 Seconds

What better way is there to celebrate the opening of a large shopping center than by creating a video that summarizes a century of style, music and dancing in only 100 seconds? ‘100 Years/Style/East London’ is a short video created to commemorate the grand opening of Westfield Stratford City, Europe’s largest urban shopping center. It…

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Beautiful Time Lapse Photography in Metropolises Around the World

Time-lapse photography is a cinematography technique in which film frames are captured at a low frequency and when replayed at a normal speed, time appears to be moving faster and thus lapsing. Sometimes a time lapse video can be confused with a stop motion animation. Time-lapses are the perfect way to capture a city-vibe or the beauty of a…

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25 Actors Before They Were Succesful, Famous and Rich

It’s always funny to see how actors first entered the glamorous world of show-biz and how they looked before they were able to afford an army of stylists. Because everybody has to start somewhere, and that somewhere isn’t always the ideal part in a high-profile film. A video was uploaded recently on YouTube, showing how…

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David Armand’s Hilarious Interpretative Dances

If we were to talk about mime, this guy really takes it to the next level. David Armand, an English comedian, actor and writer, appeared this year on the BBC2 show ‘Fast and Loose’, doing interpretive dance routines to different songs. You might have already heard of him – he is quite popular for his…

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Animals Can Be Very Good at Death Metal Too

We don’t know anymore who started this trend, but it seems that heavily distorted guitars, growling vocals and blast beat drumming can all go very well hand in hand with cute little animals. As expected, dogs seem to overshadow, or at least outnumber other species when it comes to death metal aptitudes. Barking definitely is…

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Nine Types of Light: An Ambitious Album/Movie Project

TV on the Radio has been established over the past several years as one of the most critically respected and versatile indie rock bands, attracting praise from a large range of listeners. Everyone was expecting a great album from them in 2011, but this 59 minutes gem is simply a spectacular effort. A band that…

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New Coldplay Video: Every Teardrop is a Waterfall

Coldplay performing at Glastonbury Festival 2011, photoby Brian Fuller on Flickr. If you spend some time on the internet you should have already seen Coldplay’s new video for Every Teardrop is a Waterfall. It premiered on Wednesday, June 29, and soon became viral. About 40% of my friends posted it on Facebook or Twitter in…

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Mizar, the 21st Century Messiah

If 2000 years ago all a Messiah had to do to get famous was getting some hippie clothes, preaching around and doing some David Blaine tricks for all to see, it looks like the new Jesuses have a much harder time to get worldly acclaimed. Paradoxically, with all the access to so many media channels…

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