This is episode 081 of dl.tv. Here is the episode page description:
Episode 81 went Live at 4PM PDT, July 27th.
The full show notes minus the video processor questions:
Great MP3 Encoder:
JD's on the hunt for a better MP3 encoder than WMP or iTunes, hears that the LAME MP3 encoder is great, but doesn't want to roll with its command line utility. No worries: there are tons of easy to use GUIs that sit on top of LAME so you don't have to go near a command line: Exact Audio Copy is an awesome tool for making high quality audio. Razerlame is Robert's fave front end for LAME. dBpowerAMP is pretty slick, and offers tons of codec support (tho' you have to pay for MP3 support these days.
Reviewing Sony's Sony HDR-HC3. PCMag's Terry Sullivan gave it an Editors' Choice. Great video... but be forewarned: there's no mic jack, and the manual controls are a bit... odd. A good 'real vs. CG" test? George says he's got one for Robert, Autodesks's Fake or Foto? It's pretty disturbing. Anybody seen a test like this for Photoshop hacked photos? Let us know! The Return Of Sam and Max!!! Darren Gladstone stopped by from CGW to give us the scoop on our favorite freelance police duo. This time... this publisher... it's really gonna ship.
You asked, so the full Seagate interview is available for viewing. And, yup, y'all were right, Dexheimer said 1TB drives by Xmas 2007, not 2006. Wishful thinking on my part!
Bluetooth headsets and VoIP clients like Skype: we've got info for Chad. You had a ton of questions about the Whitehourse video processor/scalar Robert uses in the lab! We'll have those questions and links (from HTPCs to dScaler to cheap alternates to the Whitehorse) up shortly.
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