|Video Technology Magazine||Febuary 7th 2003
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Silence Please!In 2002, PCs are noisier than ever. Computer technology continues to increase in power, power consumption, capabilities ... and extraneous noise. Component-only solutions have long-term problems and cannot eliminate all noise. Nisvara takes on the challenge to build silent computers -- computers that produce no unintended noise. For people doing audio and video work this had been a big problem.
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Writers WantedCurrently we are seeking people to contribute articles related to Digital Video, MPEG2, MPEG4, DVC, DVD, Streaming , Video Confrencing and related topics.
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New Bill: More Digital TV LimitsA bill up for debate in the Senate could make VCRs obsolete. On the bright side for U.S. consumers, it could force cable companies to adopt open standards.
More information is available at : - Wired Magazine
LiveCam Video Streaming Sources Code Now AvailableSource and technology from the original Livecam video server is now available on a licensing basis, interested parties can find more information at - www.livecamserver.com
Error correction Technology over the Internet.Error Correction Internet Protocols (ECIP) is a new transmission protocol for sending video across the Internet. The Inventor is now going to be making it an opensource project. He is seeking collaborators for this project.
More information is available at - www.ecip.org
Napster's RevengeWinMX Peer to Peer File Shareing is a new program that is based on OpenNap. Like Napster, OpenNap is an open source server and protocol based on the original Napster protocols. So Free Audio and Video file sharing is back.
More information is available at - www.winmx.com
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