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TotalMedia Theatre 5 worked generally fine on Windows 7 – with problems on rendering Top Menu for some bluray movies. For those movies, you have to be really creative to figure out a way to pass a Top Menu screen without a click-able menu item (I couldn’t remember how, but it took me a while).3/5(7). Mar 06, · TotalMedia Theatre 5 provides seamless ft experience, allowing you to enjoy Blu-ray 3D, Sim3D and SimHD with the press of the remote, perfect for Home Theatre systems. • ArcSoft Virtual Surround Sound and VOBO (Volume Booster). May 08, · TotalMedia Theatre 5 is your all-in-one media player for PCs. Whether playing Blu-ray and DVD discs, AVCHD, or high-definition files on local machines or videos on a UPnP server and online, the program has it covered/5(79).
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out of 5 stars VERSION 5 works great in my Windows 7 Core i3 system Reviewed in the United States on April 4, I don’t have this older version, and I can’t find ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre 5 on Amazon, but still wanted to give ArcSoft props for the latest version, version 5, so here goes:Reviews: 5. ArcSoft is the global leader in computer vision technology. We provide imaging solutions to our device partners in computers, digital cameras, the hottest wearables, TVs, home appliances and cloud storage. Mar 06, · TotalMedia Theatre 5 provides seamless ft experience, allowing you to enjoy Blu-ray 3D, Sim3D and SimHD with the press of the remote, perfect for Home Theatre systems. • ArcSoft Virtual Surround Sound and VOBO (Volume Booster).
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PowerShot A700 and PowerShot A540: two new 6-megapixels in Canon’s A-series
Canon has introduced two 6-megapixel cameras that will complement the “budget” A-series. But if the PowerShot A540 can be safely called the receiver of the popular PowerShot A520, then the PowerShot A700 has no analogues among the previously released PowerShot cameras.
Canon’s first 6x zoom compact camera. It looks like a competitor was being created for cameras such as the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LZ3 and DMC-LZ5. However, the PowerShot A700, unlike the above models, does not have an optical image stabilization system. Considering the 35-210mm equivalent focal length range, it is a must. And the added value of ISO 800 is unlikely to help here.
Like the new PowerShot S3 IS, the PowerShot A700 and PowerShot A540 use the DIGIC II image processor and 1 / 2.5-inch 6-megapixel CCD sensors. For the first time, A-Series cameras feature 2.5-inch LCD displays. Added a wide-screen shooting mode (with an aspect ratio of 16: 9), in which the image size is 2816×1584 pixels.
In addition to 19 scene programs in the PowerShot A700 and 20 scene programs in the PowerShot A540, both cameras traditionally offer manual mode, aperture priority and shutter speed priority modes. Users can record video clips with audio in VGA resolution at 30 frames per second. The maximum clip size is 1 GB.
PowerShot A700 specifications (PowerShot A540 differences in brackets):
- Sensor: 1 / 2.5 “CCD, 6.0 MP
- Lens: 6x zoom, 5.8 – 34.8 mm, 35 – 210 mm in 35 mm equiv., f / 2.8 – f / 4.8 (4x zoom, 5.8 – 23.2mm, 35 – 140mm in 35mm equiv., f / 2.6 – f / 5.5)
- Digital Zoom: 4x
- Maximum image resolution: 2816×2112 pixels
- Exposure: 1/2000 – 15 s
- Burst shooting: 2 frames./ s (2.3 frame./from)
- Sensitivity: auto, ISO 80, 100, 200, 400, 800
- Closest focusing distance: 55 cm (45 cm)
- Closest focusing distance in macro mode: 1 cm (5 cm)
- Exposure compensation: +/- 2.0 EV in 1/3 EV steps
- Video: with sound, 640×480 pixels, 30 frames./from
- Self-timer: 2 or 10 sec delay
- Memory: SD / MMC cards
- Display: P-Si TFT, 2.5 “, 85 thousand. pixels (115K. pixels)
- Interface: USB 2.0
- Power supply: two AA cells
- Dimensions: 94.5×66.5×43.4 mm (90.4×64.0x43.2 mm)
- Weight: 200g (180g)
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