Daily Giz Wiz 49: Neuros MP4 Recorder

Episode 49 of the podcast

Subject: Review of Neuros MP4 Recorder
Released:Thursday 27 April 2006
Length:about 13 minutes
Download file:dgw0049.mp3 (5.8 MB)

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Detailed information

The Neuros MPEG-4 Recorder 2 enables you to capture content from any analogue video source, including cable or satellite television, DVD players, VCRs, camcorders, into MPEG-4 files.  Using Compact Flash or MS Duo memory cards, you can record content for viewing on your TV, or transfer that content on to your PC, Laptop, PDA, cellphone or portable media player.  It comes with two RCA video cords, one for video in and one for video out to your TV or other AV equipment. You can view still photos, video on your TV or listen to MP3 audio files through your stereo. Additional features include a USB 2.0 connection to enable fast file transfers, and upgradeable firmware for future functionality expansion.  No PC required.

Surpassing TWiT

Leo says DGW will soon surpass this WEEK in TECH (which has done 51 episodes so far) in episode numbers.  Dick says he surpassed TWiT on Day One.  Quite right too!

Match Game

Dick's favourite guests on Match Game were Charles Nelson Reilly and Brett Somers.  Listen to Dick's stories.  And if you want to find out if a celebrity is still alive, go to www.deadoraliveinfo.com.  Dick and Leo confirm that Don Rickles is still alive.

Leo's First Computer

Leo's first computer was the Atari 400 which he decked it out with a whopping 48KB of memory.

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