Have a laptop and a TV? Want to use your laptop on the bigger screen? Well, here's how. This video offers the viewers a detailed step by step explanation on how to connect their laptop to their TV and to use their TV as their new laptop screen. More specifically, this video offers the method for anyone with an S video cable and HDMI connection. The instructions are clear and precise, and viewers should have no problem connecting their devices after this.
With a rather brief and obscure introduction, Brad teaches us how to hook up our computers and our laptops with a television. He starts us off by saying how this can help alleviate boredom when working out on a stationary bike. With a close up of the outlets in the back of the television, Brad shows us step-by-step how to do this process. The last few minutes he tries to humor us a bit by showing how it all works in the end.
First you need a CRT TV, one Laptop, Headphone jack, Male and Female RCA jack, and output and input male female jack. And than one is audio cable and another one is video cable, and than connect it to your TV video out and audio out, and another one are connect to Laptops video out and audio out. And to get the video quality is good let set the Graphics property on your laptop and there are one option to TV set graphics and set them. And set the Screen Resolution and video stranded, and then ...
This video shows you how to easily use an S-Video cable to view you computer screen on a TV set. The first thing you have to do is buy an S-Video cable. Plug the 2 sides of the cable in TV and in PC or laptop. Turn your television to either AV1 or AV2. At this point, the computer screen should appear as well on TV as on the PC monitor or laptop monitor. Next, you can personalize your monitor or TV Resolution by right-clicking anywhere on the desktop and then clicking Personalize. In the poppe...
Have you ever wanted to watch content from your PC on your digital TV? This step-by-step guide makes it simple to understand and do. The video tells you exactly what you need in order to make this happen. You will need either a VGA connector cable or an HDMI cable, (if your PC supports it) or possibly a MINI to RCA audio cable. The video shows you the rest of the way and how to configure your TV and PC.
In this video, learn how cine film was transferred in the days before modern telecine machines. This demonstration shows a vintage Sony VC-20 multiplexer transferring home movie footage.
So you got a hold of a vintage Elmo transvideo telecine projector on eBay and now you have no idea how to use it. In this video, get a short demonstration of how to use the standard 8mm model of the Elmo telecine projector.
Interested in vintage cameras, projectors & film? In this video, get a demonstration of how to transfer 88mm film using the Tobin TVT-8 telecine machine.
This five part series teaches you how to repair your Samsung LCD TV power clicking problem. This video is probably best to for TV experts or those fearless TV owner. This video walks you through the steps of giving your family entertainment center some at home surgery. The instructor with careful instructions and with your TV's safety in mind walks you through everything you need to know fix this pesky problem.
Looking to make a homemade movie projector but don't have much cash? In this video, learn how one person created a video projector with $60 and some old cardboard.
So, you've downloaded Boxee... Experience TV in a brand new way! This video will help you get started.
If you're like most people, you probably dislike watching commercials on TV. That's one of the great reasons to get TiVO!
Picture this: the infrared sensor on your TV is not working and you are blaming it on your remote control batteries. Well, to make sure exactly what is going on, try testing TV remote to be sure. To the naked eye, you might not be able to see the infrared light, so you could think it's dead, but try filming with your camera phone or digital camera, which could pick up the IR signal.
Systm is the Do It Yourself show designed for the common geek who wants to quickly and easily learn how to dive into the latest and hottest tech projects. We will help you avoid pitfalls and get your project up and running fast.
Projectors can be pretty pricey. 1080p projectors even worse. If that isn't reason enough for you to build your own, then what is? Systm shows you the complete, detailed process of building your own 1080p HD projector, so pay attention and take some notes!
Tired of squinting over your laptop? There are several ways to turn a big-screen TV into your new computer monitor and enjoy video games, web content, and photos like never before.
Don’t know your LCD from your A-S-S? We’re going to fix that. Learn how to choose the right flat screen for you with this Howcast guide. Flat screens are pricey, so make sure you know what you're doing.
From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. This is Consumer Electronics for Dummies. Just watch this video tutorial to learn how to connect your camcorder to your HDTV, For Dummies.
From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. This is Consumer Electronics for Dummies. Just watch this video tutorial to learn how to make HDTV audio and video connections, For Dummies.
From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. This is Consumer Electronics for Dummies. Just watch this video tutorial to learn how to calibrate your HDTV, For Dummies.
From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. This is Consumer Electronics for Dummies. Just watch this video tutorial to learn how to connect an antenna or cable to your HDTV, For Dummies.
From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. This is Consumer Electronics for Dummies. Just watch this video tutorial to learn how to mount a flat screen television to a wall, For Dummies.
Check out Systm's calibration lesson to make your HDTV a great as it was intended. PCMag's HDTV expert, Robert Heron, teaches us top notch HDTV calibration tricks using tools anybody can afford!
Analog TV will stop all broadcasts on June 12, 2009. If you're not ready yet for the transfer from analog to digital, you bet get ready. You can buy a digital convertor box and a digital antenna for your analog television, you can but a digital antenna for your DTV-enable television, or you can save some money an build your own antenna! This video tutorial will show you how to make a digital television antenna with some coaxial cable, an empty coffee can, a hammer, a nail, and some duct tape ...
Hack into a TV to get more channels! Make this DIY antenna that will get you at least a dozen more channels. You need a fork, shoelace and an old metal desk lamp. This is way better and far cheaper than the ones you buy in the store.
This four-part video tutorial is furnished by the (FCC) Federal Communications Commission shows you how to get ready for the digital television transfer. Is your television ready for digital? By February 17th, 2009 TV stations will stop broadcasting in analog and broadcast only in digital. Your TV needs to be ready so you can keep watching. Digital television, also known as DTV, is here, and after February 17th, TV stations will turn off their analog signal. The FCC wants to be sure you are r...
Are you still watching television with an analog signal? If so, your TV may no longer work after February 17th, 2009. There is one easy fix to this problem though. There are many different kinds of convertor boxes out there, and the government is offering forty dollar coupons that you could use to get these digital-to-analog (DTV) converter boxes.
This video tutorial from Consumer Reports will show you how to connect a digital converter box to an analog television. These are step-by-step instructions on how to connect your digital converter box, plus tips and troubleshooting to help you along the way. This DTV converter box is needed only if you do not connect to a cable box already, do not have a digital-ready television, and have an analog TV that connects to an antenna.
At midnight on February 17, 2009, all full-power television stations in the United States will stop broadcasting in analog and switch to 100% digital broadcasting. Digital broadcasting promises to provide a clearer picture and more programming options and will free up airwaves for use by emergency responders.
Everyone's talking about the switch to digital broadcasting, but what does it mean for you, your TV, and your old rabbit-ear antenna? You will need a digital-to-analog converter box, a pay TV service or a TV with a built-in digital tuner. Tip: Government issued coupons for digital converters are available online at dtv2009.gov.
Here is what you need: a Bluetooth headset, some standard wires, at least one glove, knife for cutting, and time. That's it. How simple and how awesome?! Mod the Bluetooth to fit on your finger and be a cool spy device, perfect for James Bond.
Want a great, inexpensive, 3D movie experience in your bedroom (and have an aversion to the perennial red/blue anaglyphic glasses)? Sean Hellfritsch from Encyclopedia Pictura shows how to make the Vizard, a home 3-D viewing station. This podcast from Wired Magazine is a creative and whimsical hack with both modern and nostalgic technology perfect for watching a flip book style movie in 3D. The Vizard is a polarized stereoscopic display. It's not a red or cyan filter. LED has a natural polariz...
Before you pay thousands of dollars for your new video projector, you might want to know how a projectors works, why some projectors are better than others, and what you get for your money, and you'll also learn about the screen door and rainbow effect that could cause problems.
Coaxial cables are typically used for home video equipment, particularly TV AV (aerial and video) leads. Take a look at this instructional video and learn how to wire a coaxial plug. The coax plug consists of a body, a pin, a collett, a braid, and a clamp.
Having numerous components and wires attached to your TV can make an awful clutter. Learn how to distribute wireless video content throughout your home in this free video. Distribute wireless video content throughout your home - Part 1 of 15.
Watch this tutorial video to learn how to use the hidden 30-second skip feature for your TiVo by using a secret code. This how-to video is very helpful for those who want to use the TiVo 30-second skip to skip through commercials even faster.
It's always a good idea to have a replacement projector lamp on hand! That way, when you can't watch any more movies or television shows on your digital projector, you don't have to run to the store to fix it.
Never heard of Screen Goo by Goo Systems? Well, it's a projector screen paint that is perfect for the DIY (do-it-yourself) home theater guru. So, check out this video tutorial on how to apply Screen Goo for the perfect projector screen around. Movie watching has never been better with your digital projector. Who needs a TV when you have Screen Goo?
Chief's newest universal tilt mount, the RLT-1, can accommodate most sizes from 30" to 50" or up to 200lbs. This video tutorial will show you how to mount a plasma television using this great wall tilt mount. It even works with an LCD screen television. So do a little labor, pull out the remote, and kick your feet up on the table and watch some awesome on-the-wall TV action.
If you're going to do this, be careful, as your fingers get close to operating high voltage devices & potentially fatal current! Remember that TV's can store a lot of energy for a long time, so don't be poking your finger everywhere - even if the TV is off.