• March 17, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    Peter Simpson writes guides to computing gadgets and new technology. Ask Peter about watching films on an hd projector, hd tv or lcd tv and remember that you can always watch films on your ipod touch too.

    While it is ideal to have a spacious room for your home cinema, you can still enjoy the best home cinema from a smaller room in a quaint home. The trick is to use the features of your room to blend with the home cinema; the electronics should fit in comfortably with the rest of the settings.

    Here are some suggestions on how to enjoy the best home cinema in a room that does not look like a spacious lounge.

    The Dimensions Of The Room

    Do use a rectangular room, and don’t use a square room. The room should be longer than it is wider for a home cinema not to completely dominate the room.

    And just as you don’t want the room to be a square, you don’t want it to be a cube either, so ceiling height is also something to consider. The height of the room, from floor to ceiling, should not match the length of the room.

    Reduce or Eliminate Unpleasant Bouncing Sounds

    Do use a rug or carpet, and don’t use a bare floor, even if it is nicely laminated or has beautiful floorboards. This time the reason is not aesthetics, but functionality. Bare floors will bounce the sound, while rugs or carpets will absorb sound comfortably and you will not hear a strange humming sound as you watch a movie.

    Similarly, add thick curtains to the windows. Again for the same reason. You don’t want the windows to reverberate when watching your show. Thick curtains that block out the light will add another dimension to your viewing pleasure.

    Finally, if you can, change the door. By choosing a fire proof door, you will eliminate audio problems created by a vibrating door.

    Be Selective About Your Technological Choices

    While a 7.1 system is more impressive than a 5.1, and dynamic mode creates bright and compelling images, these choices in home cinema will have an overpowering effect on the total ambiance of the room. In other words, you are overdoing the electronic stimulation. Just as you want the physical home cinema to blend in with the size of the room, so, too, you want the cinematic effects to be pleasant, not jarring.

    Bigger Is Not Always Better

    Sound is important to pull you into the movie, but big speakers are not necessary at all. You can get the same sound effects with five small satellite speakers and a subwoofer.

    Don’t keep your TV more than 15 degrees from eye height; for example, if you have a flat screen, you should not put it on a mantle piece. Having the screen too high will eventually cause a crick in your neck.

  • March 7, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    Years ago, when cinema first became popular, for a lot of people it was the only way for them to see movies, because most of them didn’t have their own televisions. The thing is though, cinema has always had a much better quality viewing experience than home televisions, so it has remained the ultimate way to experience a movie.

    The Invention of Video Tapes

    For a long time, the one problem with both cinema and TV is that you needed to watch a film at a specific time. With the invention of home video systems such as VHS and Betamax, movie fans were able to either record films from the TV or rent films from a video library. However, there was still the problem of quality, as cinema was still a far superior experience than watching a video at home.

    The Rise of DVDs

    Part of the quality issue was dramatically improved with the invention of the DVD. DVD meant that anyone could watch very high quality digital video at home. Unlike VHS tapes for example, DVDs didnt wear out or degrade over time, as long as you didnt get the discs scratched. From the 1990’s onwards, DVDs became extremely popular amongst movie fans. The only problem was, unless you had an extremely large TV screen and a very expensive sound system, you still wouldn’t get the same experience as the cinema.

    The Experience of Home Cinema

    Nowadays, the true home cinema experience is becoming much more of a reality for many people, as they buy large widescreen TVs and high quality speakers. For example, with a plasma TV screen of 50 inches or more, and being sat closer to the screen than you would be in a cinema, youre going to get a very cinematic feel. And you wont miss having someone sat behind you who wont stop talking through every scene.

    Reasons to Visit the Cinema

    However, even with home cinema quality jumping forwards in leaps and bounds, dont you think theres still something missing? Theres just something about actually going out to the cinema. It gives you a reason to spend time with your friends and experience something together. And lets face it: in all honesty, the experience at home really isnt quite as good as the full blown cinema experience, is it?

    Why You Should Still Stay at Home Instead

    The only problem with visiting the cinema is that it costs you more money than it does to just stay at home with a DVD. But also, when you’re at home, you can fit your movie watching around the other things you want to do. You can also eat your own food. Just relax and watch your favourite movie while eating your dinner.

  • February 11, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    If you are looking for a superior sound system for your home cinema then a wireless system is something you should investigate. The name really says it all with these types of systems as the main differential is that you can set up your home cinema without the need for bulky wiring. But before you go ahead and invest in one there are a few pros and cons that need to be investigated.

    The predominant reason why people love this type of system is the fact that it is wireless. When you are trying to set up your home cinema system it can be very frustrating to be limited by the design layout of your room. In order to achieve the best sound quality, speakers need to be a distance away from each other, however having extension cords and wiring draped around the floor not only looks unsightly and messy it can be a safety hazard. Having a wireless sound system gives you total freedom as to where you can place your furniture to achieve the best effect. The system can also easily and quickly be packed away out of sight if you need to.

    The main reason people invest in a sound system is to create a great audio experience and a wireless home cinema is much more likely to give you this. Superior clarity of sound is achieved through the use of bluetooth and infrared which are top of the line technologies that produce a smooth transfer of data to the speakers.

    The benefits of a wireless home cinema are huge but like most thing in life there are a drawbacks as well.

    One of the things that may put this type of system out of reach for many is the cost. Because of the use of such up to date, state of the art technologies the cost can end up almost double of that of a more standard design that uses wiring attached to the speakers.

    A factor that some people may not be aware of is that there can be some interference to the wireless connection and this is generally caused by other wireless things you may have in you house. The interefence can cause the system to generate a poor standard of sound or malfunction althogether. This disadvantage sounds more damaging than it is however as the problem can be fixed by simply taking the other device out of the room or switching the system off and on again.

    It is important that you consider all the advantages and disadvantages of a wireless home cinema before you go ahead and purchase one. That way you are guaranteed of making the best decision for you and your family.

  • January 31, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    As more and more people are looking for enhanced entertainment experience at the comfort of home; manufacturers have come up with the home cinema or the home theatre system. It promises to bring theatre-like movie watching experience at home with high quality audio and video output. In fact, home cinema is increasingly becoming a common entertainment item rather than an item of luxury. This gadget affords quality picture display and exceptional sound effects thereby giving theatre experience. Just imagine relaxing your weekend watching your favourite movie in your home cinema with a hot cup of coffee or a chill mug of beer. There are certain things that you can do at home watching a movie but not at a theatre. The comfort, privacy and cosiness afforded at home are just incomparable.

    The home cinema system is comprised more than one electronic gadget. A high definition TV with a wide screen is supplemented with a high quality or supersonic sound system with advanced speakers and woofers. The system is complete with a DVD player. Picture clarity and better viewing is achieved with the high definition wide screen TV. You have a variety of options to choose from including LCD TVs and Plasma TVs. The high quality sound effect is supported by the multiple speakers and woofers. The DVD player is then used to play your favourite movie. You also use a CD player, but with limitations.

    You can log on to www.comparenbestbuy.co.uk for some of best deals on home cinema systems. We have gathered our collection from all leading retailers in the UK and as such, our collection includes all major brands in the market. We offer ourselves as a platform for comparing these systems features wise and price wise. As such, you can get the best deals only with us.

  • January 12, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    One look at London’s cinema listings, and you are wonder-struck at the sheer number of films Londoners devour every week. More than 120 movies are showing in London’s theatres at any given day, and about 80 films release there every week.

    London cinemas screen almost everything under the sun, including classics, world cinema, short films, and Bollywood. BFI Southbank (located on Belvedere Road) is a big name for serious movie buffs. BFI Southbank was formerly called the National Film Theatre, is operated by the British Film Institute, and is also known for its screening of classics and foreign cinema. It also hosts the London Film Festival.

    BFI IMAX, meanwhile, is the biggest screen in Britain. It is over 20 metres high and 26 metres wide, has 11,600 watts of digital surround sound, and seats 500. BFI also takes credit for being home to London’s smallest screen: the BFI South bank Studio has just 38 seats. Apollo Piccadilly Circus, Odeon Mezzanine, and Empire Leicester are other small-capacity cinemas.

    Art movie connoisseurs need no introduction to Curzon, an art-house cinema chain has 6 cinemas across London. Independent films are patronized by Curzon as well.

    Odeon Cinemas is one of the largest chain of cinemas in Europe, and has about 26 cineplexes in London. The Odeon West End in Leicester Square has hosted the London Film Festival for many years.

    Another popular name to reckon with for cinemas is Riverside Studios, located on the banks of the River Thames (Hammersmith, London). Riverside is known for its double-bill screenings of foreign language and independent films. It hosts foreign language film festivals, too.

    There are places where you can watch a movie child-free (at the Over 18s screenings), and places (for e.g., he Electric, Rio, Picturehouse, Rue, Odeon) where you can watch a film with a baby.

    If Hindi movies are your staple, then head to the Himalaya Palace, Southall, Upton Park Boleyn, Harrow Safari or Willesden Belle Vue; or any of Cineworld’s cinemas at Feltham, Staples Corner or Ilford.

    Interestingly, there are increasingly more things to do in London at the cinemas, than merely watch films. You now get to breathe in some culture in the city’s cinema halls some being Odeon, Curzon Cinemas and BFI – which have started screening opera and ballet. In fact, the Royal Opera House has launched a venture that will see some ballet and opera performances being screened in over 700 cinemas worldwide.

  • January 5, 2018 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    No new technology or device can replicate the joy of watching a movie on a 70mm screen. The silver screen not only lights up a dark theatre but also brings new light to many peoples life. In India, there is a frenzied craze for movies. When a Shah Rukh Khan or a Rajnikant film brings a larger than life character on screen, the four corners of the country unite to cheer them. If cricket is considered the religion of India, the Indian film industry is definitely the heart of all Indians! With the advent of newer technologies, the joy of watching movie has increased manifold. Multiplexes have not only dotted the metropolitans but have also ushered in new aspirations and spirit into many second tier cities. Dehradun is one such city which got a new lease of life with the advent of multiplex cinemas such as PVR.
    PVR (Priya Village Roadshow) Cinemas is the largest cinema chain in India having its presence in many cities across the country. PVR Cinemas started the first multiplex in the country in Saket, Delhi thus bringing in a paradigm shift to the film viewing experience. Over more than a decade of its existence, the growth of PVR Cinemas has been exceptional and it has redefined movie watching with high class seating, state-of-the-art screens and audio-visual systems. A quick search on Dehradun business listings shows that the Himalayan city has two PVR theatres- Glitz Cinema and SilverCity. Both the movie theatres have raised the benchmark of movie theatres in Dehradun.
    The rise of new age cinema theatres is the result of the growth of Dehradun real estate. After it became the capital of a newly formed state craved out of Uttar Pradesh, Dehradun became the epicenter of development in the higher ranges of the Himalayas. Because of its proximity to Delhi, Dehradun has fast experienced change in the form of more investment in real estate, in IT, education etc. Dehradun schools were always known for their standard and excellence and with newer players entering the market, the competition just got stiffer. Due to all these reasons, jobs in Dehradun also saw an up rise with more and more youth staying back home. The result of the growth of Dehradun real estate has also been the growth of malls and movie theatres- two of which are Glitz Cinema and SilverCity.
    Both the PVRs boast of excellent infrastructure (something that is new to Doon) and both enhances the movie watching experience. While Glitz Cinemas is located in The City Junction Mall, Near ISBT, Haridwar Bypass Road, Dehradun, SilverCity is located in 542, Rajpur Road, Parsvnath Eleganza Mall, Dehradun.
    To get more information about movie timings, current shows, advance bookings you can visit the online repository on Dehradun- allindoon. From allindoon, you can not only get Dehradun business listings, but also know all about Dehradun schools, jobs in Dehradun etc. Check out other articles at .

  • December 25, 2017 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    Online Cinema Education instructors are usually people who have ever been in the industry or continue to operate in this sector. Many of the artists and are able to share their knowledge and experience working in the Cinema industry. Before signing up for any online video category, make sure the instructor has the experience and accreditation necessary to provide the training you need. Courses are designed in different ways. Some forums offer so that other students can interact with each other. There are many ways to facilitate communication with classroom teachers and classmates online.

    Many courses are offered online video lessons. This training will be more of everything you need to know about creating and editing home video. They are very helpful when it comes to technical aspects of Cinema making. Video links frequently shows you how to use some video equipment. This is to better understand the visual instructions, not just text. If a student has any questions can call or e-mail to the instructor. Each online course has its own way to communicate with their students.

    There are many different ways to find the movie online. Some of them also send their students to a set of CD-ROM to supplement the online training. CD or DVD usually go for more information and to strengthen the topic that was discussed during the on-line. There are also text information that can be downloaded from the site to provide additional educational materials.

    It is important to choose a comprehensive online training video. Cinema Education is far more than just the actual shooting image. You have to know how to write scripts, create a budget for the Cinema to understand the complex theory of Cinema and many other factors. All this is possible, an online Cinema Education, but you will need to carry out research to find the best fit for you.

    Credit: Best Film Schools Blog: Bestfilmschools.blogspot.com Author: Ace Akina

  • December 14, 2017 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    Tamil Cinema 2012 and Actor vijay Tamil Cinema is one of the famous film industry in India, it is often called Kollywood. In the year of 2011 there are 120 films were released in Kollywood. Very few films only got hit in it. Many films could not reach the mark. There are many factors for getting flop on competition. Basically every film directed by a love story line. The same stories with different screenplay is not helping to get a movie to hit. The director should be clear about the film story clearly and he should have ability to visualize the exact theme of the movie to the audience. Sometimes simple stories get massive hits, the key is the film should be clear and interesting to the people who watching. If the story compels the audience to watch scene by scene, it will be a big hit movie for sure.

    The director is the heart for a movie, if he did his job perfectly, the actor of the character seems transparent to the audience. The songs are important factor to impress the public before the film release. Once songs are hit numbers, then automatically the people love to see the movie in the theatre screen. Cinematography is eye for a film. More than these factors the hero of the film and all the characters should choose suitable. When a film release for a big hero like Actor Vijay, the audience automatically love to watch the film on the Theatre, when we use new faces, the director has heavy duty to prove himself. Every year two to three films are released for Actor Vijay. Actually he is the very busy hero now on Kollywood.

    The last year 12 films are named as hit movies from the list of 120 movies. The special is 2 films in the list of 12 is acted by Actor Vijay. There are many heroine introduced this year than 2011. It indicates that people love new faces. After the year of 2007, Tamil Cinema travels in the different direction, the dramatic film entries has been ended. The science fiction movies, great thriller movies, great romantic movies and great graphics movies takes place. The film Naan ee is dbut for great graphics included movie. The technical works on this movie is awesome and the whole theme of movie is created by director S.S.Raja Mouli.The Robot is the famous south indian movie for graphic techniques, this film was directed by the number one Kollywood director named Shankar.

    Comparing with the movies were released in 2011 with 2012, the year 2012 has much improvement than the history of Tamil Cinema. Young actors of Tamil Cinema gives priority to the stories, this is an appreciating factor.The best film of the year 2012 is Velayudham and best song is Myna . The favorite hero is Actor Vijay and best actress is Trisha

  • December 9, 2017 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    The first hollywood cinema movie cameras were attached directly on to the head of its tripod or alternative support, with just the crudest sort of levelling tools provided, in the manner of the still-camera tripod heads of the hollywood period. The earliest movie cinema cameras were hence resolutley static during the course of filming, and hence the very first equipment movements were thanks to fixing a camera on a moving truck. The original documented, well before cinema and hollywood, of these was movie shot by a Lumire cameraman from the rear carraige of a train departing Jerusalem in 1896, and by 1898 there were lotsof cinema movies shot inside moving trains, Hollywood was beconing. Despite listed under the confusing heading of panoramas in the sales catalogues of the time, those movies shot immediately forward from in front railway engine were usually referred to as phantom rides.

    Sometime in 1897, Robert W. Paul had the very first notable moving camera mount manufactured to put 1on top of|on} a tripod, so that he could track the passing parade of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in unique uninterrupted cinema shot. The device had the equipment set on a vertical axis that could be moved with a worm gear driven by cranking the handle, so Paul placed it on public sale the next year. Films made with such a “panning” camera were also known as panoramas in hollywood listings of the earliest decade of cinema.

    The standard setup for newy cinema studios in Hollywood was provided by the studio which Georges Mlis erected in May 1891. It had a glass roof and three glass walls made after the model of large studios for static photography, it was also fitted with flimsy cotton drapes that were stretched below the roof to eliminate the bright ray of the sun on brilliant days. The natural overall light devoid of real shadows that this setup delivered, and which also happens naturally on moderately overcast days, became the standard for cinema movie lighting in hollywood film studios for the next decade.

    Unique within all the short hollywood cinema movies priduced by the Edison studio, which recorded pieces of the shows of variety performers for its Kinetoscope cinema viewing devices, was The Execution of Mary, Queen of Scots. The film portrayed a person dressed as the queen putting her head on the execution block in front of a small gathering of bystanders in Elizabethan apparel.

  • December 4, 2017 /  Movie & Cinemax
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    Kodor Electronics gives a boost to the digital cinema initiative today with the release of the KodeKey Professional Zip Platform for Windows and Mac OS X computer systems.

    Movie studios are expected to make wide investments in digital cinema upgrades in 2009 following a ten-year research and development period starting with the 1999 digital release of Walt Disney Pictures Bicentennial Man. Digital films are packaged and distributed using an industry standard specification called the Digital Cinema Package (DCP). Part of the DCP specification is the digital film MXF container that can range in single file sizes of 60GB to 500GB. Today, digital films are delivered by hard drive or satellite data transmission using fulfillment services from companies like Technicolor, Kodak, and Deluxe. Legacy celluloid reel manufacturing and distribution costs movie studios up to $1500 a print per theater. Digital distribution provides a dramatic drop in initial distribution investment for movie studios but has proven to be a bit costly due to hard drive delivery and expensive satellite rental time. The cost savings reserved from digital versus celluloid distribution is planned for investments into digital projector upgrades for theater vendors by the movie studios.

    Delivering a system with an average per film distribution cost of $70, the KodeKey Zip technology is an online powered zip format that replaces the internal data storage of a traditional zip file with the cloud storage infrastructure of the Amazon Web Services S3 platform. By using an upload and download manager, the format can manage hundreds of gigabytes of data in a zip file less than 1 kilobyte in size per movie.

    Optionally, the format can create 1,344,000-bit password certificates to add additional access protection as an accessory to KDM encryption keys sent to theater vendors to unlock playback rights for MXF containers.

    Broadband delivery of digital films has been a challenge in the past due to poor TCP connections and poor designs of online storage servers required to handle single file sizes above 5GB. KodeKey Zip has been tested and approved for up to 1TB of single file archiving validated by rigorous 12-mode hash string calculation certification.

    “KodeKey Zip has been designed to easily deliver 300GB digital films as an e-mail attachment to thousands of theaters simultaneously”, says inventor and Chairman William G. Blanchard, “We are honored to work with the digital film initiative and look forward to provide support to the digital movie industry worldwide.”