You might think you need to buy a thousand dollar phone to get a great experience while streaming movies and TV shows from services like Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube, but that's just not true anymore. While phone prices keep rising and the midrange segment now ranges from $300–$500, there are still cost-effective options that come with top-notch displays and media features.
If you want to watch all the different movies and TV episodes available to you through a Netflix subscription on the go, try installing the Netflix app for Nintendo's 3DS handheld. Even cooler, Netflix is releasing 3D movies and the device's built in capabilities will allow you to watch these 3D movies on your Nintendo 3DS! You'll need to have upgraded your 3DS software so that you can access the eShop before you can install the Netflix app.
One of the most salient features of the Apple iPad is it's large, beautiful screen — a screen well suited for watching movies. This official video guide will teach you how to watch downloaded video content using the iPad's inbuilt Video app.
Now that Thanksgiving is less than a week away, the holiday season is in full swing. And that means you're probably busier than ever, what with all the decorating, cookie baking, and present buying and wrapping.
Here is a video tutorial showing how to take movies from your lap top or computer and play them on your HDTV using the internet.
The Roku Digital Video Player is one of the best of the net-video-streaming boxes to come out over the last few years, and now is partnered with Hulu to offer Huluplus on it's devices. This video will show you how to use Huluplus on a Roku to watch all your favorite Hulu content quickly and easily.
Samsung and Hulu have gotten together in a big way to partner the Huluplus interface with Samsung TV's and Blu-Ray players and allow Samsung users easy access to Hulu's massive library of TV shows and movies. This video will show you how the system works on a Samsung Blu-Ray player.
The video shows you how to watch movies on your Nintendo DS. After a few required downloads, the video tells you how to encode your videos into .DPG. All you need to do after that is insert it on your removable SD. After doing so, running Sakura or Moon shell on your DS will allow you to pull up your files and watch them. If you follow the simple steps in the video, you'll be able to view your movies anywhere you have your DS with you.
In this tutorial, we learn how to watch movies and TV online for free. You can do this through the website Hulu. This is a completely legal website, and you can either sign up for an account or just browse the site. You can watch movies and television shows through here, they have a large selection. They also have a great variety of different short clips for different shows. The player on the website has dimmer switches and full screen mode as well. This is a great website if you want a legal...
PCRescue Repair shows you how to be able to watch movies on the internet. What's special about this video though, is that he shows you how to watch them for free. He directs you to a website that gives you the ability to watch a variety of movies for free, right from the comfort of your home. From his own personal experience in using this particular website that he sends you to, he can explain in detail where to go, and how to locate the movies that you might be interested in. If you're bored...
This video explains how you can watch YouTube movies and videos on your iPod. First of all you need to open your web browser and do a search for Realplayer (in this case Realplayer version 11). Next, click on the link for Realplayer. You will need to download and run the installation file. Once the installation has run you need to accept the default and then load your web browser (Explorer or Firefox). From here you can choose any YouTube video you would like then add "&fmt=18" to the url add...
This video demonstrates how to watch, save and share movies with Windows Movie Maker. The video walks you through saving and compressing the movie, emailing it to another person, and posting the movie on the web.
Of all the important things in the world—peace, hunger, poverty—this is pretty much the most important. So listen closely.
Owning digital movies has many advantages over physical discs, such as easy access and a variety of online stores you can turn to for good deals. There's Prime Video, iTunes, Vudu, and the list goes on. However, this leads to fragmented video libraries, unlike DVDs and Blu-rays which can be stored together. Surprisingly, YouTube is one app that can help consolidate your collection online.
If Netflix's $9.99/month has deterred you from signing up for its streaming service, you're probably looking for cheaper alternatives to stream movies and TV shows, like Crackle (free with ads) or Hulu ($7.99/month with some ads). And now there's a new option for you when it comes to movies—Paramount Vault.
Popcorn Time is an app that streams movies directly from torrents on to your computer, and it's seen its fair share of publicity, being lauded as a free Netflix alternative and chastised as an illegal file-sharing network.
The list of streaming services is pretty vast, from HBO GO to Hulu to Netflix, these subscription-based services have never been so popular, and have never been easier to watch now that they have Chromecast support.
Thanks to the COVID-19 virus, the whole country is staying home. That means no dining out, no going to bars, no live music, and, sadly, no movie theaters. While you might think that means you'll have to wait to see movies like "The Invisible Man," "Emma," and "The Hunt," think again. Because of the pandemic, you'll be able to watch these movies on your phone earlier than ever.
How To: Watch Films Remotely with Family & Friends at the Same Time Using Movies Anywhere's Watch Together Rooms
Wearing masks and social distancing doesn't sound like a fun movie night with friends, but you can still be comfortable and watch films together remotely. Services like Discord and Netflix Party make it possible to watch movies simultaneously from different parts of the U.S., and now you can do it with Movies Anywhere too.
Redbox recently announced a partnership with Verizon to bring a new streaming video service called Redbox Instant to an already crowded table. No prices have been released yet for the service, but with Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, YouTube, iTunes, and many others all attempting to get a hold of your dollars, what are currently your best options? Subscriptions Services
By now, you've probably been inundated with enough Baby Yoda memes to last you a lifetime. But if you don't have the new Disney Plus streaming service on your TV, you're probably wondering where all this is coming from. Well, lucky for you, just in time for the holiday season, we're here to guide you to the best ways to take part in all the streaming fun when you're not glued to your mobile devices.
It's a breeze to send videos and music from your phone straight to your TV with an Apple TV or Chromecast, but these devices don't support all file types. While MP4 videos and MP3 music files are the norm these days, I still have a ton of AVI and FLV files that I'd like to watch on a big screen.
Streaming video has definitely changed how we watch movies and television shows, but with the constantly growing number of services out there, it can be hard to keep track of who's got what. Who's got Disney now? Starz? Netflix? Who knows. And when you add sites that let you rent or purchase titles, you could spend all evening trying to find something to watch. Here to simplify the process is a service called Can I Stream It?, which lets you search for your favorite movies and TV shows to fin...
In this video, we learn how to watch 3D images and movies without expensive hardware. If you have a computer with dual monitors or two computers, you can watch full-color, full resolution 3D with a simple home made device.
Prepared to transition into watching TV and movies for free? Whether you're interested in using apps like Boxee and Hulu or set-top devices like Roku and TiVo, LifeHacker offers an exhaustive guide to ditching your cable bill. Check out the pros and cons of switching to web only viewing.
See ya later, 2010! Mike runs off his list of the 5 worst cinematic atrocities of the past year in this, our last WTI installment of MMX! Happy New Year!
There are so many unpleasant things about flying. You have to wait in line after line, take off your shoes, belt, and jewelry, and somehow make sure your luggage stays intact. And then, once you've made it onto the plane, there are the awful movies that most airlines play—if you even get a movie.
Despite starting on Macintosh computers, Avid focused their non-linear video editing programs on Windows systems after stiff competition from Final Cut Pro. But now they're coming back around, with Avid introducing their first iPad version of the Avid Studio home editing software, a miniature version of their industry-geared Media Composer. It will be directly competing with Apple's own iMovie for iPad.
Choosing a movie to watch at home can be incredibly difficult when you don't already have one in mind. But there's a shortcut for your iPhone that can make it easier to browse your streaming media services for something good to play. More specifically, it lets you browse Netflix and Amazon Prime at the same time.
Reading in bed with a book and bedside lamp is so 1990s. As tablets get smaller and content continues to be digitized, reading on an electronic device is pretty standard.
The closest I've ever been to first class was when I was a young kid running up and down the aisles on a long international flight. I remember being in awe of how big the seats were and how much food was available. Ever since that moment, I've made it my life goal to earn enough money to make first-class flights a regular occasion.
One of the benefits of Blu-ray and DVD is the ability to share discs with friends and family without any hassle. Want to show off your favorite movie? Just lend them your copy. A digital movie isn't so kind, as it's typically locked to the account that purchased it. But now there is a way to share your digitally purchased movies with friends and family — and it won't cost you or them a dime.
How To: Get a Free 4K Flick Through Movies Anywhere That You Can Watch on Prime Video, iTunes, YouTube & More (Ends Sept. 9)
Why pay for a movie when you can get it for free? Thanks to Movies Anywhere, you can claim and download a video for your digital film collection right now at no cost. And getting your freebie flick couldn't be any easier.
Windows Movie Maker is the basic video application included with Windows XP. Learn how to use Windows Movie Maker to create a movie with transitions, effects, background music, and voice over narration. If you have never made a podcast or simple movie before, this series is a great way to get started without needing additional software if you have a Windows XP OS.
When editing digital footage within Windows Live Movie Maker, it's important that you not forget that you're not working in a strictly visual medium—that is, you should also give some consideration to your movie's soundtrack. This clip from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 covers how to do basic sound editing within Movie Maker.
Adobe Premiere Pro is one of the best video editing software suites ever conceived. Do you edit films? Do you want to be a film editor? Are you a director or screenwriter who wants to know how their movie gets put together after they're done with it? If you are any of those things or just want to learn how to do digital video editing for some other reason, watch this video. It will teach you everything you need to know about using Adobe Premiere Pro to edit digital movies.
Now that you've imported your footage into Windows Live Movie Maker, you're ready to edit it. A good first step is to trim the beginning and end points of the individual clips that will go on to make up your movie. This clip from Vimeo's excellent Video 101 series of video tutorials will teach you how to do precisely that.
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a movie in Windows Movie Maker from PowerPoint. First, open up PowerPoint, then open your finished project and save it as a JPEG, saving all the different slides. Now, open up Windows Movie Maker and import all of your slides from where you saved them. Next, drag them into the time line and save it as a movie file. This will take a few seconds to finish saving, then click finish. When this is done, you will be able to play your slides as a movie and you ...
In this clip, you'll learn how to create movies with Windows Movie Maker on a desktop or laptop computer running the MS Windows Vista operating system. For more information, including a complete demonstration of the process and detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this home-computing how-to.
This software tutorial shows you how to work with Windows Movie Maker and use multiple video effects available in Windows Movie Maker to edit and create movies or videos. You can use up to six different effects together at one time.