Tag Archives: videos

Ram Charan and Vivek Oberoi defy gravity in Vinaya Vidheya Rama leaked videos. Internet dies laughing

Ram Charan and Vivek Oberoi in Vinaya Vidheya Rama Ram Charan earned a good name with his brilliant performance in director Sukumar’s Rangasthalam, which hit the screens last year. The actor is back with his latest flick, Vinaya Vidheya Rama, which released worldwide today (January 11). The action drama will battle it out with Balayya’s NTR Kathanayakudu at the box ... Read More »

Khan Academy to create educational videos in Indian languages

Sal, founder & CEO, Khan Academy. Photo: Mint New Delhi: Khan Academy, a non-profit education organisation, is set to launch content in Indian languages. By 2018, the online provider of educational videos is expected to release content in Gujarati, Bengali and Hindi. “Currently, the content on Khan Academy’s portal which is also tailored to the Indian curriculum is available in English,” ... Read More »

Promo video shows how cool iPhone’s Portrait Mode would have looked for videos

Apple posted a video dubbed “Portraits of Her”, which promotes the new and improved Portrait mode of the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X, specifically the cool Portrait Lighting feature. But the video shows the effect done on video – something the actual iPhones can’t pull off. It does look quite cool though, maybe we’ll see something similar in future iPhones. At any ... Read More »

YouTube adds HDR support to make videos more vibrant

YouTube’s adding another buzzword to its stable of video technology. The Google-owned service already rolled support for 4K resolution, 360-degree video, spatial audio, and 60 frames-per-second videos (in a hat-tip to gamers) in recent months. Now, YouTube’s pulling the trigger on high-dynamic range (HDR) videos, nearly 7 months after Netflix first introduced HDR support. HDR’s the up and coming display technology for ... Read More »

Google Photos begins creating animations from videos, gets smarter about fixing sideways pictures

Google is flexing more of its AI muscles in Google Photos, promising to do much of the work for you when it comes to fixing images, finding memories, or making cute animations you’ll want to share with friends and family. In the latest Google Photos update, the app will begin to ping you about pictures that are sideways but need ... Read More »

Twitter gets graphic with videos in direct messages and a GIF library for all

Twitter just added two handy new features to its network, and both are about the miracle of the moving image. The company is currently rolling out the ability to send videos via direct message (DM) in Twitter for mobile, as well as a searchable GIF library to spice up your tweets on most platforms. Why this matters: The addition of ... Read More »

How Vevo plans to get you hooked on music videos again

In theory, Vevo should be one of my favorite streaming-video apps. I’m a big music fan, and Vevo is like a modern interpretation of classic MTV, serving up more than 150,000 music-video streams on demand. Yet whenever I install Vevo on one of my TV-streaming boxes, I find myself liking the idea more than the product itself. Unless you’re into ... Read More »