Movies, Video, DVD

You can record movies from your Comcast DVR (or any DVR) to your Mac following these simple steps.

There are dozens of websites that let you upload and watch videos online for free, provided you don't mind watching a quick advertisement.

My wife and I bought a Sony Handycam about a decade ago, to capture video of our kids as they grew up. It records on Hi-8 video cassettes, and I needed a way to convert these analog recordings into digital movies and save them to DVD.

Videos taken from your iphone or ipad are imported into iPhoto when you sync your device to iTunes, but it's not very clear how to get those videos out of iPhoto.

Question: I own the iPod touch but am having difficulty getting a wifi signal. How do I get around this?

Answer: The iPod touch gives you wireless access to the web, but only if you're in range of a wifi access point.

Wondering how to convert your DVD movies into a video format that will run on your new iPhone or iPod?

I looked at two programs that rip DVDs into mp4 video format for both the Mac and PC.

I am in a school and need to send video from a minidv camcorder to the classroom teacher's computers, to use on their digital projectors. Do you know how I can do this?

I have a dvd of photos I made with Windows live movie maker. I no longer have the photo files on my computer. Is it possible to copy the photos back onto my computer from the DVD so that I can save the files for a new movie?

I love my Comcast DVR because it lets me record all my favorite TV shows and then fast forward through all the obnoxious commercials.

Question: I have lots of songs in Windows Media Player that I want to copy to iTunes (I have just bought an iPod). How do I do this?


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