Tag: video

How to make a slow motion video with Yi Action Camera

I have a Yi Action Camera. It is a low-end GoPro alternative. Ambarella A7LS chipset, low-power digital signal processing (DSP) technology, high-definition (HD) H.264/ MJPEG video engine and a 700-MHz ARM11 applications processor.  Sony IMX206, 1/2.3″, 16MP CMOS image sensor with Exmor R ability / Panasonic MN34120PA, 1/2.3″, 16MP CMOS image sensor  1080P/60FPS, 720P/120FPS, 848*480/240FPS 

Trendnet TV IP501W

Got a TrendNet TV-IP501W from Dell.ca. It costed me $82.31 Canadian dollors. It is DISCONTINUED PRODUCT, based on TRENDnet official site. Here is the feature list: Wi-Fi compliant with IEEE 802.11b/g standards Compatible with 802.11n wireless networks when set to 802.11n/g/b mixed mode Wireless encryption support for WEP, WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK standards 45 degree horizontal

Component vs Composite vs S-Video vs Coaxial

When we are shopping for a TV or DVD player, etc, we are always confusing by the different connection. Let me keep these comparison for reference. S-Video (Separated-Video) is better than a composite video connection. S-Video A standard 4-pin S-Video cable connector, with each signal pin paired with its own ground pin. Standard S-Video connection.

Eye-Fi Explore X2 8GB

I bought a new toy which can work smoothly with the digital camera. Eye-Fi Explore X2 8GB Have photos & videos fly from my camera to your computer & favorite sharing site – and see them land already organized by date. It is simple and easy to use. Now, I take pictures or videos. Then

See Through

This carton is made by a Chinese boy, born in 1980. The name is “See Through”. The Chinese name is Da, Da Ge Da Xi Gua, which means, Fight, Fight for a Watermelon. It is a cool video. I think you will like it. 

Gloria has the first poem book

My little daughter, Gloria, goes to kindergartem this year. She get the first poem book from school, same as her big sister three years ago. The poem book is a blue binder actually. Teacher will put poem paper inside day by day. Now, it is “Hello school”