My Co-Worker has the S4 and it is almost identical to the Galaxy Note. It's a really cool phone Deb! I think hubby need to start working on a Xmas prezzie for you!
No way am I having the same phone as my husband!!! Imagine if he knew how to get into my Facebook and browser history if I left my phone lying around ??? The BlackBerry is a foreign country to him and I like it that way
but there is a face recognition lock on it. Only your face can open it! And I tried using my photo but it knew it wasn't me and it refused to open. haha I impressed my co-workers with that at lunch the one day!
I only heard bad things about Windows phones so steared clear, I now have a Sony Xperia Z Ultra, bit big but, heavenly to use! I'd opt for Samsung over NOKIA any day but, if you do get the Samsung and miss your iPhone you can set the Samsung up to perfrom exactly how the iPhone did - download Go Launcher and make it look just like an iPhone.
SVP allows you to watch any video on your PC file with frame interpolation (like you can watch it on high-end TVs and projectors). It increases frame rate by generating intermediate animation frames between existing ones to produce very smooth, fluid and clear motion. The technology is well-known for a while ("TrimensionDNM", "Motion Plus", "Motionflow" and others), but now it's available for free to PC users with simple GUI and just a couple of mouse clicks.
SVP provides GPU acceleration and it's possible to watch FullHD 1080p-video recalculated to 60Hz in real-time with mid-range CPU and almost any GPU hardware. SVP actually is not a video player itself, but it enables almost any player to play smooth video. Yeah, also in 3D Why you need it
First, it's free, second - if both Peter Jackson and James Cameron don't think the "soap opera effect" is something bad why should you? "We are indeed shooting at the higher frame rate. The key thing to understand is that this process requires both shooting and projecting at 48 frames/s, rather than the usual 24 frames/s (The great majority of films have been shot at 24 frames per second since the late 1920s). So the result looks like normal speed, but the image has hugely enhanced clarity and smoothness. Looking at 24 frames every second may seem ok—and we've all seen thousands of films like this over the last 90 years—but there is often quite a lot of blur in each frame, during fast movements and if the camera is moving around quickly, the image can judder or "strobe." Shooting and projecting at 48 frames/s does a lot to get rid of these issues. It looks much more lifelike and it is much easier to watch, especially in 3-D." - Peter Jackson
With more "live streaming" heading our way, this may come in handy for some of you. Open Source so completely ad free.
Description StreamHijacker is a small Open Source stream ripper application and you can easly save audio or video contents from the internet radios or video servers without any modifications or data loss. It's supports ShoutCast and IceCast protocols.
Probably the best way to record a "stream" is by using a combination of VLC with StreamRecorder, both Open Source so are completely free and no ads contained.