Hide Secret Messages In Audio




If you’re into making secret messages, this episode will show you how you can embed text and images into audio spectrographs. See if you can decode my sound clips at http://soundcloud.com/tinkernut

Links used in this video:
Coagula
http://hem.passagen.se/rasmuse/Coagula.htm

MetaSynth
http://www.uisoftware.com/MetaSynth/index.php

Sonic Visualiser
http://www.sonicvisualiser.org/download.html

Audacity
http://audacity.sourceforge.net

Convert DVD’s to iPod for free



This video will show you some free programs to use for converting DVD’s to play on iPod’s or other portable media devices. For all the links used in this video, as well as alternatives for Mac users, please refer to the link below:

This video will show you some free programs to use for converting DVD’s to play on iPod’s or other portable media devices. You can find the links to the software used in the video below:


DVD Fab (free) -http://www.dvdfab.com/free.htm

Handbrake (free) – http://handbrake.fr/?article=download

iTunes (free) – http://www.apple.com/itunes/download/


FOR MAC USERS: As I do not have a Mac, I cannot test this method, but a free program to remove dvd encryption is MacTheRipper. Once it has ripped the DVD to your computer, you can then use Handbrake to convert it as shown in the video.

How To Convert VHS Tapes To DVD

This video covers the steps needed to convert a VHS video tape to DVD. You will need to purchase a video capture card in order to do this project.

  • Step 1: Items Needed

    A VCR, a video capture card, a computer, free software from DVD Flick

  • Step 2: Where to get a video capture card

    You can find video capture cards for pretty cheap online. My recommendation would be to search Amazon.com or Surplus Computers for the best deals. Once you have acquired a capture card, install it on your computer.

  • Step 3: Connect the VCR to the capture card

    Using a regular co-axial cable, connect the VCR to the capture card in the same way you would connect it to a TV.

  • Step 4: Record the VHS tape to your computer.

    Once you have everything connected, and your computer is turned back on, use the software that came with the video capture card to record the VHS tape from your VCR. Just put the tape in the VCR and play it as you would on a TV.

  • Step 5: Burn the video to DVD

    Using the free software from DVD Flick , you can convert the video to a DVD image and burn it to a DVD. You can also add menus to the DVD using this program.

  • Step 6: Optional software

    If you didn’t get any recording software that came with your capture card, you can download some free capture software from the internet. The first one is called Media Portal and the second one is called GB PVR