Cyberlink PowerDirector v6 First Look

Written by Martin Regtien on . Posted in Video

Read more: Cyberlink PowerDirector v6 First LookRecently I bought a JVC Everio HDD camcorder which came bundled with some CyberLink software for editing video. 

This OEM version of PowerDirector Express was easy to work with for a neophyte such as me but ultimately would be rather limited. 

Subsequently I acquired the full version of PowerDirector v6 and checked it out.

Here are my initial findings.


Miglia TVMini Express (Mac users only)

Written by Martin van Zanten on . Posted in Video

 Read more: Miglia TVMini Express (Mac users only)

When I took up the offer to write a review on the TVMini Express by Miglia Technology I didn't quite know what to expect.
Technologies develop fast and shift while we as consumers might just not be aware of it.

In hindsight it's all quite clear! I live in the Netherlands, where like most households we have cable television. When I saw a news item sometime last year (I think it was September 2006) I didn't take much notice of it: the normal airwave tv transmissions in our country would stop on December 11th, to be replaced by digital airwaves... I remember thinking something like: "So what?!" And forgot about it, until I received this tiny box over the mail a few weeks ago.

I must say I have learnt a lot over the past few days, and found a good excuse to buy myself a beautiful new little laptop. Now I enjoy clear tv pictures, and sparkling stereo sound with my headphones.

Of course I realize it's a bit over the top to buy a new MacBook only for reviewing this tiny digital marvel at the beginning of the 21st century. I see it as a lovely start on a journey to make it the center of all my digital communication: education, entertainment, keeping in touch with friends and family all over the world...


Extreme Video - Twenty20 VHoldR - Reviewed

Written by Paul Moons on . Posted in Video

Read more: Extreme Video - Twenty20 VHoldR - ReviewedAimed at extreme sports enthusiasts, the VHoldR is a compact video recorder which is small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, rugged enough to strap to the side of your car or bike and able to deliver 30 frames per second of VGA video.

Read on for our experiences with Twenty20’s VHoldR.

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