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Put Movies On PSP

From TV screens in the back of headrests in automobiles to portable DVD players, a sudden wave of portable “home theaters” have became very popular. Now with the PSP it has put a whole new spin on portable “home theaters.” You can now purchase UMD’s as opposed to DVD’s to be used in the PlayStation Portable, making it a mobile “home theater”. Better than purchasing UMD’s would be simply to just put movies on PSP. You can do this by downloading a movie onto your computer, then saving the file to you PSP’s memory stick.

At this point I know you must be thinking that you will barely be able to fit any movies onto your PSP’s memory stick, but the good news is that you don’t even have to save it to your PSP’s memory stick, the movies can be streamed directly from your computers hard drive. The only reason you would put movies on PSP in the first place, would be to take it on long trips. Other than that you can leave it on your computers hard drive and just stream it from there.

It is not a complicated process to put movies on PSP. It’s as simple as finding the movie you would like( in the correct format of course), downloading it to your computers hard drive, and from there you can decide whether or not to stream it from your hard drive or save it to your PSP’s memory stick to take it with you on a long trip. In order to stream it from your hard drive directly you would need special software, and luckily most of the sites that offer these PSP downloads will also offer the appropriate software to do this.

From here the next thing you’ll need to do is find a site that allows you the option of downloading movies to your PSP. If you find a site like this it’ll most likely also offer game and music downloads for PSP in addition too the movies. These sites will also offer instructions to put movies on PSP as well as they will also most likely offer the software needed to stream movies from your hard drive.

Streaming Video Software – What Better Way To Ask Than To Use Video

Streaming video software is perfect to get a video online on your site or blog with just a few minutes of work. And if you want to interact with your readers, you should use a video to ask them a few questions.

It doesn’t matter if you have a personal home page or a business page — it’s always important to get traffic to it. There’s not much fun in spending time to create and keep a site with no visitors. It’s like showing movies in a deserted cinema.

You can find all kinds of tips about how to get traffic to your site or blog. One of the more effective ways is by getting the visitor involved.

This can be obtained by different means. If you have a blog, you can ask for a comment. Or you can simply ask a question.

A short question often just requires a short answer, like: ‘Do you celebrate Christmas?’ People can answer either ‘yes’ or ‘no’, but there’s no really involvement here.

If you ask a longer question, you’ll run into a new problem. People will have to read a longer piece of text, and maybe your question demands a lot of explanations, before it can be answered. In this case, it’s even worse, because you’ll have to write a lot, and the visitor will have to do a lot of reading. He’ll probably be totally exhausted from all that, before he even gets to the point, where he can answer the question. And then he puts it off to the next day.

As we all know, this ‘tomorrow’ never comes.

What you want to do, if you want really to involve your visitors, is to ask them questions in a video.

Show them your face. Let them listen to your voice. It all adds up, and will make your audience feel like they know you better, and with knowledge comes trust.

Get yourself a Flip cam, or use the web cam, to record yourself asking a question to your visitors. Tell them exactly how they can answer this question. Maybe they have to click on your comment box. Or maybe they have to send it to you in an email. No matter what the procedure is, you should explain it clearly in the video.

All you need now is to use a streaming video software to add the video to your home site or blog.

Online Movie Rental – Streaming Video

Satellite and cable television providers should be shaking in their proverbial boots. A new industry is emerging, providing consumers with movies on demand in the comfort of their own homes. This is no flimsy pay-per-view menu. Thousands of titles rest at the fingertips of the user, ready to be streamed directly into his or her home at the click of a mouse or the touch of a remote.

This streaming video can be played on computers, Xbox 360 consoles and even on special streaming video players that connect to personal home computer networks. These players are compact units, about the size of a DSL modem, designed to bring Internet technology to the television and home theater system. A small remote allows the user to scroll side-to-side through a video queue of titles constructed by and for the consumer.

Gone are the days of waiting for a good movie to be shown on television. Online movie rental companies are giving the consumer the power to watch what he wants, and when he wants. And the consumer is responding in a big way. The trend toward online movie rental is on the rise.

Traditional movie rental companies are seeing the trend and reacting with swift measures. Competition is fierce. Companies who don’t conform to consumer demands will soon be yesterday’s news. Many brick and mortar movie rental stores are already closing up shop. Streaming video is the new face of home movie rental entertainment.

Beyond the convenience and huge title selection, consumers are drawn by promises of no late fees. For decades movie rental companies have been punishing their customers for holding onto movie titles past the rental term limits. Similar tactics are used by governments to increase tax revenue, and Joe Citizen is fed up. Behold a new emancipation proclamation. Let there be streaming video!