Last checked 2/27/2018
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- Sound & Vision HDTV Information
- HDTV primer from ExtremeTech.
- HDTV Calibrarion Forum has suggestions for picture settings for HDTV's.
- CableCard Primer
- HDTV Magazine - reviews, advice, forums, etc.
- Are You Sure You Are Watching HDTV - from Audioholics.
- How to Calibrate Your HDTV
- AVS Forum - forums for all types of TV and video devices like projectors.
- eCoustic's Video Forum
- You say you're interested in movies? Check out the MovieWeb for synopses and reviews of all kinds of movies. The site also includes movie clips that you can download.
- Shockwave is another video format that is popular. You can download it from this site.
- Gspot is a free download that tells you what codec you need to view a file.
- Codec Central has all of the popular codecs that you might need to view a file.
- Tivo Community - large forum for Tivo users.
- DVD Quality AVS Forum on DVD Quality - list of top DVDs.
- The Video Detective helps you find that video that you can only recall had 'blue' somewhere in the title.
- Streaming Sports Highlights from ESPN.
- Comedy Central - has clips of comedy routines - mostly newcomers.
- ScreenJunkies - mostly movie trailers.
- Ten Second Films - check out the winners of their annual contest.
- FanFilms - crazy little films.
- Dreamies - Bill Holt's very short movies - good stuff.
- Stinking Badges - Stinking Badges tries to chronicle the entire 'badges' phenomena including the original film clip
- The Open Video Project has assorted videos including documentaries, shorts, commercials, etc. Kind of an eclectic collection.
- Google's Video Search searchs for videos on the Web. You can also check out random video clips if you want to waste a lot of time.
- YouTube - collection of videos that have been submitted by the public - another example of a lot of imaginative and creative people with too much time on their hands.
- Clicker helps you find TV programs on the Internet.
- instantwatcher.com helps you find video including TV programs that are instantly available.
- Truveo is a search engine for online television shows.
- JustWatch shows you what TV shows and movies are available on each of the major providers like Amazon, Hulu, etc.
- Webcasts 45 minute broadcasts from the Library of Congress.
- NBC TV - mostly current shows
- Can I Stream.It? helps you find videos and movies on the Web that you can stream to your viewing device.
- AOL Video Blog is a collection of video clips.
- Remote Central has remote control codes.
- Free Documentaries has free documentaries - full length videos.
- Blinkx TV - searches for stuff on TV - audio and video clips.
- Penn and Teller - links to a handfull of videos of them doing their thing.
- World Wide Internet TV - watch over 2000 channels of TV over the Internet.
- Beeline TV - TV over the Internet.
- Hulu - TV and movies streamed for free although you have to register to get some of the content.
- Dailymotion is a Youtube-like site in high-def.
- InstantWatcher shows all of the movies that are available for instant viewing on Netflix.
- 25 Ways to Watch TV and Movies without Cable
- How to Hook Up Your Laptop to Your TV - informative Web page from Best Buy.
- EdisProductions - a great collection of emotional videos.
- VLC Tricks VLC is a great, free video file player that can capture your desktop, convert video files from one format to another, capture YouTube videos, etc.
- Opentopia has hundreds of live Webcams .
- Wild Birds Unlimited FeederCams shows pictures of birds that have shown up at their feeder.
- EarthCam has links to cameras all over the world and lists them in various categories.
- Africam located in the Djume Game Reserve.
- HD On Tap has a bunch of cams on everything from golf courses to bird nests.
- Cornell Bird Cams including a cam on barn owls and another on an albatross nest.
- Bird Cams - a big list from the Cornell site.