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August 28, 2012

AJA lo XT Testing

By: Jack D'Ardenne

          We recently received a demo AJA lo XT video capture device and tested it with one of the new MPS iMacs that has Thunderbolt connectivity.  This was our first experience using a Thunderbolt supported device.  After installing the needed AJA drivers and capture application we were up and running. The […]

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July 19, 2012

Airplay Mirroring to an Apple TV on Duke’s Network

By: Jack D'Ardenne

I know there were some emails that bounced around on the DDMC mailing list some time ago about folks having issues getting Apple’s Airplay Mirroring to work on Duke’s network.  I recently reached out to OIT Networking to see if and how this could work.  They had already received some requests for it and started […]

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July 18, 2012

YouTube Announces Face-Blurring Tool

By: Todd Stabley

YouTube just announced a new tool for face-blurring, now part of the Enhancements option in the Video Manager. YouTube is the first online video platform to support this feature. Unfortunately, at least for starters, it’s either an all-or-none proposition, automatically blurring all faces detected. YouTube hints, however, that there may be an option available down […]

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December 15, 2011

YouTube For Schools

By: Stephen Toback

It should read, YouTube for K-12 Schools. This is a new service being brought out by YouTube to help solve the issue of their service being blocked by many K-12 school districts. (they can’t use a .edu domain because they are not a school) offers screened content and no comments or related videos to […]

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