Authoring and Encoding
experienced team of processionals can take your
information and prepare and present it on Compact
Disc media for distribution.
CD's can hold 700 megabytes
of data - the equivalent of almost 500 floppy discs.
And because every computer sold today (and for the
last 3 or 4 years) comes with a cd player, you are
assured that users will be able to access your data.
CD authoring is so much more
than owning a cd writer. We ensure that your data
can be read on all machines, all cd players and
all operating systems: including the various flavors
of Windows, Macintosh, and Unix.
We can also design eye-catching
inserts and cd-cover art, including art that is
printed right onto the CD itself! From authoring,
to designing, to inserting the CD's into jewel trays,
shrink-wrapping and shipping, Mediatechnics can
take care of it for you.
Why Video CD authoring?
MiniDV and hooking up our camcorders to VCRs and
Streaming files over the Internet
The benefit of outputting to
VHS is that almost everyone has a VCR. If you have
the proper hardware in your computer then you can
output to a VHS tape. But that hardware often is
not the same hardware that can capture from your
DV camcorder. So, after you get all the appropriate
equipment set up and working, then the final result
(the VHS tape) is sent to your friend or associate.
But we all know that the quality and lifespan of
VHS is not meant to last. Also, VHS tapes are a
sizable cassette, about as big as any day-planner.
Next we have the MiniDV or D8
cassette that your DV camcorder holds. This is a
better quality solution when you are showing off
your project, but you often have to use the same
camcorder as your playing deck. Repeated use of
your camcorder as a tape deck can wear out the heads
from all the REW and FF shuttling.
solution to share your videos is to convert your
videos to a streaming format or at least to compress
them into a manageable size. Then you can share
over the Internet. This is great for Internet applications,
but the quality of both video and audio is substantially
lost in the compression process, and you are left
with something that is very terrible to show to
your audience on a television.