Online TV Software & Tools Category

Internet Television Software and tools to help you get the most out of web television. Tools to help you download videos, save youtube vids, watch more internet television, organize your internet video collection and more.

Posted in: Online TV Software & Tools, Politics, Tech Related and Web TV Gadgets by Chris Tew on January 17, 2009

Ustream.tv has announced that its live coverage of Obama’s Inauguration will be available to watch live via an iPhone.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools and TV Software Reviews by Dave Parrack on August 26, 2008

Blaze Media ProKeeping track of all the software required to manage your digital media content can be an absolute nightmare. But there may be a solution at hand.

If, like me, you are someone who is addicted to entertainment in all its various mediums, you probably have a number of different applications installed on your computer to manage them all.

You tend to need one piece of software for converting audio files, another for converting video in to different formats, another to burn and rip these files, and yet another to edit videos.

But maybe there is a solution out there which can fulfil all of your multimedia requirements.

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Posted in: Legal and Piracy, News, Online TV Software & Tools, Sports, Video Downloads and Video On Demand by Dave Parrack on August 6, 2008

How To Watch Beijing 2008 Olympics OnlineThe Beijing 2008 Olympic Games kick off on August 8th, and the Web will be an important destination for sport lovers who want to be able to watch all of the action from their favorite events online.

Here is a list of the places online where lovers of the Games will be able to catch all of the action. Some are legal, while others may be frowned upon, but all are legitimate ways of seeing the Olympics online.

Official Coverage

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NBC Olympics

American residents will be able to watch over 2,200 hours of coverage live on NBCOlympics.com.

The success of the coverage will be used as a yardstick to see whether the Web is a legitimate location for hosting coverage of events such as this.

However, with severe restrictions it is alienating a larger potential audience.

BBC Olympic Coverage

The the BBC’s Olympic coverage looks like the best deal with fair and wide coverage of the events. Unfortunately it is only available within the UK.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on June 22, 2008
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Earlier this week, Adobe announced that their acquisition of CBS, MTV, and Comedy Central programming into their new Adobe Media Player. According to the press release, their selection now exceeds “15,000 pieces of content.”

Being the TV addict that I am, I immediately was intrigued to check it out. My high hopes, however, were let down.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools, Video On Demand and Video Portals by Iman Peera on April 2, 2008
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Have you ever started watching a movie on your PC only to end up constantly pausing it to look up a particular song or actor in it?

Today, video search engine Blinkx has launched a unique (Windows only) interactive web 2.0 application called Blinkx BBTV that does all of that for you. BBTV (short for Broadband TV) calls itself “The Future of Online Television,” but is it really all it’s cracked up to be?

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools, Video Downloads and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on January 20, 2008

Forget Bittorrent, forget Limewire, forget sites like TV-Links (R.I.P.). Graboid offers high quality videos at nearly on-demand speeds for free. Finally, nearly every TV show or movie at is at the tip for your fingers in seconds.

It’s not exactly the next P2P boom, but a platform like this is closer to the future of online entertainment than anything else today.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on January 4, 2008
Filsh

I know what you’re thinking. “Here we go again with another YouTube ripper!” Actually, this time, you may want to hold your tongue. Filsh may just be the very best video ripper and converter ever.

Why? Well because, rather than having you download the video and use an external program to convert it, Filsh introduces a whole new video conversion idea:

It rips and converts video entirely online.

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Posted in: News, Online TV Software & Tools, Regular TV Episodes and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on December 29, 2007
4od2

If you’re a resident of the UK or Eire, you’re in for a treat. Channel 4 has it’s own on demand player called 4oD which allows you to watch full episodes and movies for free.

So what’s available on 4oD? Well, just about anything you’ve ever seen on Channel 4. Movies like Shallow Hal and Cypher, as well as shows like Sugar Rush, Da Ali G Show, and more.

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Posted in: Internet TV Tips, News, Online TV Software & Tools and Video On Demand by Iman Peera on December 19, 2007
Miro IPTV

The problem with all of the video online is the dilemma of how to organize it. Micro, which is still in beta stage, is a new client that aims to be the mother-of-all video aggregators.

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Posted in: Legal and Piracy, News, Online TV Software & Tools, Video On Demand and Video Portals by Iman Peera on December 12, 2007
banned youtube videos

How many times have you tried to view that “perfectly legal” video on YouTube only to encounter: “This video has been removed at the request of [insert evil company name here] because its content was used without permission”?

Have no fear, Delutube is here! “The Deleted YouTube Video Viewer”.

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