As we’ve discussed, not all hardware supports high-resolution audio. Although portable digital media players have helped to make music more accessible and readily available than it’s ever been before, many of them have surprisingly poor audio quality. The majority of music playerRead more
Audiophiles have been banging on about so-called high-resolution audio for years, but it hasn’t made much of an impact on normal music fans.
The term is a bit of a catch-all, referring to audio files with above-CD sample rates and bit depths that are closer to the original recordings.Read more
4- Each entry in the imported list includes various information, plus options to change to a video’s alternative soundtrack and to include subtitles, if available. The edit buΞon to the right of each video reveals controls to trim out unwanted sections.
Use the transportRead more
TODAY’S COMPUTERS ARE bursting with videos, but a PC monitor isn’t always the best place to view them. Transferring videos to a media player connected to a TV or sending them to a phone, MP3 player or tablet PC means you can watch your videos on a bigger screen or while travellingRead more
A MEDIA SERVER lets you share your music, photos and videos with your entire network. Configuring a media server is really easy. If you have a PC or a NAS device, the chances are that you already have the technology you need built in.
With Mac OS X it’s a liΞle harder, as theRead more
WHETHER YOU HAVE a huge library of MP3s, a few well-worn albums or you like to streammusic from the internet, the computer is probably the centre of your musical world, even if it isn’t the ideal place for enjoying it.
With an audio streamer you can send your music from your PC
MEDIA STREAMING IS now a common feature of mid-range TVs and Blu-ray players. Integrated streaming is fine if you want to look at a few JPEG photos or listen to the odd MP3 stored on your PC, but it can’t compare with the flexibility and format support of a dedicated streamingRead more