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Want Latest/Greatest or Best Price? Here’s When You Should Buy Tech Gear in 2016 If you’ve got an aging smartphone, tablet, laptop, camera, TV, or other piece of tech gear, you might be thinking about replacing it sometime this year. Question is, when this year would be the best time to buy? The answer depends primarily on the kind of gadget you’re buying and the brand(s) you prefer. Mobile devices When it comes to smartphones and tablets, the best time to get the latest/greatest and the best time to get a great deal are often one and the same. Of course, we don’t yet know when the major mobile vendors will release new gadgets this year. Apple: For the past four years, the company has released new iPhone(s) in September. For iPads, the timing is similar but later: For the past four years, new iPad models shipped in late October or early November. There’s one extra wrinkle this year: According to the rumor mill, Apple could release a new iPhone as early as this spring. Last year’s models. Google: The Android vendor typically releases new Nexus phones in October. HDTVs
Blue-Ray / HD-DVD / TS / DVD / AVI -> TO H.246 using MEGUI - VideoHelp.com (Note: I'm in the process of uploading the guide images, so bear with me...)Synopsis: Using MEGui to convert any DirectShow compatible video source to H246 (MPEG-4). With this guide you will be able to convert AVI, DVD, Blue-Ray, HD-DVD, Real Media, or any other video source that can be played via the DirectShow interface (the file plays in Windows Media Player). All of the tools listed here are open source or freeware.Tools Needed: MEGui ( ) Note: there are many sub tools that are loaded under MEGui. Those tools are downloaded automatically the first time you launch MEGui. Suggested Tools:FFDShowHaali Media SplitterMedia Player ClassicVirtualDubMod (for AVI Sources) Note: If you are having difficulty reading your source files due to codec issues, you can try demuxing your source file using TsRemux. Select the options as shown.
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