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How to master VLC, the ultimate Windows media player for power users

VideoLAN's free media player can stream files to and from the Internet, manage podcasts, capture webcam videos and yes, even play Blu-ray. Here's how you can get started with VLC.

Streaming video of Stewart-O'Reilly debate disrupted

Many viewers had difficulty streaming the debate between the political pundits with opposing ideologies when it began.

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Chrome 23 beta pumps up video support

A new API, for instance, enables video playback that can adapt to changing computer and network conditions.

Gotye remix blends music with video technology

A HP Scanjet 3C somehow sits in for the vocals. Two hard drives pull off drums and a cymbal. And a xylophone is controlled by a PIC16F84A microcontroller.

Google now displays movie trailers with search results

Google now includes movie trailers from YouTube in its search results when information is requested about a movie. Expect Bing to follow soon.

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Review: Adobe Premiere Elements 11 offers an easy, fast, and simple take on video editing

Next to Apple's iMovie '11, Premiere Elements 11 is about the same, a little bit more, a little prettier, and easier to use.

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CyberLink Director Suite: Prosumer video, photo, and audio editing with great features and effects

The vast majority will find all the features they need in this collection of linked photo and video editors. It shields you from the complexity of many tasks, but still manages to provide near pro-level power.

Groups to file net neutrality complaint against AT&T over FaceTime

Advocacy groups plan to file a complaint against AT&T, alleging violating the U.S. FCC's net neutrality rules.

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DVDFab Media Player worth a try for Blu-ray fans

It's hardly a universal player, and it suffers some obvious version 1.0 oddities, but DVDFab Media Player plays Blu-ray movies perfectly.

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Mercalli Easy Video Stabilizer Removes the Shakes and Jitters From Footage

Pros may need more control over the process, which can be found in proDAD's more expensive offerings, but the average user should be more than pleased with the results of this software.

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