Ultimate Audio and Video Guide
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Jake Ludington - MediaBlab.com
PC Video and Audio can be frustrating. Over the 7 years of writing Jake Ludington's Digital Lifestyle, I answered hundreds of reader questions on everything from common Windows frustrations to specific issues in dealing with complex audio and video problems. Eliminating your frustrations quickly so you can get back to watching video, creating home movies, archiving your music collection or simply enjoying your computer is my primary goal in releasing this ebook mega-pack.
To solve your problems, I compiled many of the most frequently asked questions into more than 200 pages of step-by-step solutions. Solutions are sorted by the general categories Digital Video, Digital Audio, HDTV, and a more general Troubleshooting Computer Audio Video. The pages of each book are fully searchable, making it easy for you to find answers quickly.
Converting Vinyl LPs to CD drills down with a number of software solutions designed to capture your old records and cassettes using your computer. Every step from connecting your turntable to your computer all the way to saving MP3s or burning to CD are covered in depth.
Converting VHS to DVD covers the process of salvaging home movies from the risk of deterioration over time. It outlines steps required for capturing both VHS tapes and old analog Hi8 camcorder footage and preserving them on DVD
If you have an audio or video frustration, or if you simply want to make yourself a smarter computer user, chances are there's a solution in these pages that will point you in the right direction. From finding the right codecs to play your media, to finding the right settings for converting between file types, this guide steps you through solutions to dozens of audio and video problems. The table of contents and Adobe Reader Bookmarks provide helpful navigation for searching on your computer, or you can print out the entire guide to step through problems. The questions and subsequent answers fill more than 200 pages with a painkiller for your audio and video headaches.