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I use ManyCam to substitute a picture for the webcam feed. It is free and easy to use. You can get the free download link to it and other webcam software in the How to Use a Webcam post.

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I have a Roku 2, live in the country and am trying to play a movie. It keeps stopping a reloading. what is wrong or what can I do?


Roku is an excellent streaming media player, but is ultimately limited by the delivery rate of your ISP's (Internet Service Provider's) continuous download speeds, used for streaming over the internet. ( Check what kind of speeds you're getting...) Go to http://www.speedtest.net/ and click on "Begin Test" There are a number of websites you can use to check your connection speed to see if this is the source of the issue.
Most often, a slow connection, (under 300kbps) will cause the issues you've described. The slower the connection, the bigger the problem. This is most observable on Roku channels that don't detect, or compensate for slower connections, especially at high definition streaming rates.
( 720 High-Def streams work well above 1.5Mbps download rates, and 5Mbps is recommended as good rate for 1080 viewing)
At just under 3Mbps over DSL, we're able to watch two movies at the same time, in different rooms, on Netfix, at 720. I've heard that some people are experiencing issues watching just one movie delivered with a cable modem... Not sure what's going on there?
Some Roku Channels are better than others at delivering the best possible viewing experience. Some use poor compression technologies, or only deliver a 1080 Definition image. Using the best compression technology, detecting best streaming rate, etc... are where the most successful Roku channels come in.
Netflix for instance attempts to detect the optimum streaming rates for slower speed connections, and automatically compensates by reducing image definition when needed.
You might try selecting a lower definition for your display from the settings menu on your Roku device... I've seen some improvement with loading issues, by choosing a lower definition display for your television, even though you might be using a high-def television.

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I currently have 2 NetGear NeoTV Streaming Players both WIDI compatable, I'm running a compaq sr1703wm, what do I need to do to allow my desktop to be able to transfer its images to my TV's?


SHare the files with xp right click and share with windows 7 its more complex.

Did you at least get the media streamers to connect to your router?

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Need digram for windshield wiper water stream


You'll have to contact the dealer for this info. If they don't have it, then they can get it from their main headquarters.

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My Canon camera ES8400V has USB streaming ? Where to look.


Yes, the device can stream images stored on various disk mediums. For example, saving acquired imaged onto storage mediums have tobe removed from the camera and inserted in appropiat drive area on computer to achieve image transfer mode. Analog camcorders alternatively can recording while in motion with the connector provided connected to DVR, DVDR, VCR players from which the motion medias are recorded while play motion is taking place on comacorder.

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How do i transfer my pics frm my laptop on my ipod touch pls advise


Transferring photos from PC to iPod touch is not that difficult. iCloud and iTunes can both be helpful.
Using "Photo Stream" to sync photos automatically with iCloud is pretty convenient. Go to "Settings > iCloud > Photos (Photo Stream on iOS 6)" and then turn on My Photo Stream. Then get your iCloud started on your PC. In the iCloud Control Panel, Check the "Photos" and then enable the "Photo Stream" option. After that, import the photos into the "Photo Stream" folder on your PC, and then you will be able to view the photos on your iPod touch. Using iCloud to transfer photos from PC to iPod touch is easy, but this method needs Wi-Fi connection. Only over Wi-Fi connection can iCloud sync photo on PC with iPod touch.
transfer-pics-frm-laptop-ipod-oxaxc0rwhkhzilrwacqreyis-3-0.png Using iTunes to sync photos with iPod touch is also easy. But you should be very careful of the syncing function of iTunes because it is a double-edge sword. Once wrong click, you may lose data in your iPod.
1. Plug your iPhone into computer via the USB cable. Launch iTunes if it doesn't launch automatically.
2. Find "File" option on the upper left corner. Then click "Add File to Library".
3. Select photos from your PC and then iTunes will sync the photos to iPhone automatically.
http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-transfer-photos-from-pc-to-iphone.html

Jul 06, 2010 | Apple iPod touch

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How do you install quicktime from a cd-rom


Installation

If you already have QuickTime installed, then we recommend to uninstall it first. After the uninstallation you should reboot your computer.

Now run the installer (QuickTimeInstaller.exe)
Click on the next button on the first page on the installation wizard.
Accept the license agreement.
Now you will be on the Destination Folder page. Uncheck the box for Automatic check for updates. You don't need that.
Click on the Install button. The installation will now begin.
Click on the Configure File & MIME Types button that is shown on the last page of the installation wizard. If you don't see the button, then don't worry, the file and MIME types can also be configured in the QuickTime control panel (see step 3).

File types:

At the bottom, uncheck the box in front of Notify me if other applications modify these associations.

Uncheck everything except these:
* Video - QuickTime Movie
* Miscellaneous - QuickTime HTML
Optionally you can also safely enable these:
* Audio - Sound Designer II
* Audio - GSM audio
* Audio - AMR audio
* Audio - CAF audio
* MPEG - 3GPP media
* MPEG - 3GPP2 media
* MPEG - AMC media
* MPEG - AAC audio
* MPEG - AAC audio (protected)
* MPEG - AAC audio book
* MPEG - Video (protected)
* images - MacPaint image
* images - PICT image
* images - QuickTime image
* images - SGI image
* images - TGA image
* images - JPEG2000 image

MIME Types:

At the bottom, uncheck the box in front of Notify me if other applications modify these associations.

Uncheck everything except these:
* Streaming - SDP stream descriptor
* Streaming - RTSP stream descriptor
* Video - QuickTime Movie
* Audio - WAVE audio
* Audio - MIDI
* Audio - AMR audio
Optionally you can also safely enable these:
* Video - AutoDesk Animator
* Audio - AIFF audio
* Audio - uLaw/AU audio
* Audio - QualCOMM PureVoice audio
* Audio - GSM audio
* Audio - CAF audio
* MPEG - 3GPP media
* MPEG - 3GPP2 media
* MPEG - SD video
* MPEG - AMC media
* MPEG - AAC audio (protected)
* MPEG - Video (protected)
* images - MacPaint image
* images - PICT image
* images - QuickTime image
* images - SGI image
* images - TGA image
* images - JPEG2000 image
Click on the Finish button.

Mar 12, 2010 | Apple QuickTime

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This is not really a problem, more of a question...is it possible to view images transmitted via webcam if they are not being recorded? Are the images saved somewhere on your computers hard drive?


The simple answer is yes and no. They are held in memory only and buffered for viewing but are flushed out as soon as you have seen them. The images are a continuous data stream but you can capture them to disk for later viewing if required. There are plenty of free apps to do this on the net. These will also allow you to view dynamically and then store the streamed data a to disk in background.

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