Streaming Content – July 2015

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And so it continues: the give and take of movie and tv titles to and from your favorite online streaming video platform. Be it Netflix or Amazon Prime, there’s plenty of new content to save for yourself with Replay Video Capture (and a few titles to grab before they leave).

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July Netflix Departures:


Dragnet: Seasons One-Four

Shipping Wars: Seasons One-Three

Miami Vice: Seasons One-Five

Leave It to Beaver: Seasons One-Six

Magnum P.I.: Seasons One-Eight

The Inbetweeners: Season Three

 

July Netflix Arrivals:


Hell on Wheels (Season 4)

Glee (Season 6)

Changeling (2008)

Storage Wars: Texas (Season 1)

White Collar (Season 6)

Wet Hot American Summer:
First Day of Camp (2015)

July Amazon Streaming Arrivals:


Boardwalk Empire (season 3)

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

Under the Dome (season 3)

Behind the Candelabra (2013)

The Brady Bunch Movie (1995)

Flashdance (1983)
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They’re Here! Applian for Mac

Applian Product for Mac

For years we’ve fielded hundreds – possibly thousands – of questions and requests for Mac versions of our products , and we (honestly) thought it would never happen. But after lots of hard work, and a little bit of magic, we’ve finally developed and launched our most popular products for Mac computers!

Now you can get powerful media capturing, screen recording and conversion capability on your Mac. With similar functions and features as our PC products, these Applian Mac products give you the ability to capture and record all kind of web content, video and streaming audio.

To celebrate this exciting milestone we are offering 50% off our new Mac products if you already own our PC versions. Click here to get your deal!

See Our Mac Products

We would love to hear what you think! Come let us know on Facebook or find us on Twitter.

 

Dr. Wilson’s Possibly humorous Distraction – Vol 13

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It’s been a trying year so far for our favorite in-house doctor – Dr. Jeff Wilson, PhD, of course. Besides his UX work for the team here at Applian, and the thousands upon thousands of videos and web clips he’s been through, Dr. Jeff has also been spending more time at home with his parents. Not really, but here, in preparation for some 4th of July family time, are a few things he’s learned about surviving a move back in with the parental units. Have some more salad.


Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime: What’s coming and going

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A new Summer-approved batch of movies and TV shows are already streaming on your favorite online video sites this June, while a handful of great stuff is about to leave Netflix (maybe forever). Luckily, Replay Video Capture is built for capturing the Netflix content you want to keep… before it’s too late!

So, check out all of the cool shows below. Replay Video Capture will record them all – allowing you to watch your favorite shows anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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June Netflix Departures:


Taxi Driver

Donnie Brasco

Rain Man

Amadeus

Silence of the lambs

Syriana

 

June Netflix Arrivals:


Sense8 – Season 1

Orange is the new Black – Season 3

Nightcrawler

Rosewater

 

June Hulu Arrivals:


Seinfeld – Complete Series
(That’s right: Every! Episode! From every! Season!)
 

June Amazon Streaming Arrivals:


The Shining

Lucky Number Slevin

Apocalypse Now (+ Redux!)

The Island of Dr. Moreau

 
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Using Applian for Archiving Podcasts

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As a format, podcasts are the black sheep, dark horse, red-headed-stepchild of the digital media space – praised, dismissed, then praised again, only to be re-dismissed as an antiquated, skeuomorphic form later on. But so long as Google Glass, Oculus and digital contact lenses remain far from mainstream useful, podcasts will continue to be produced and consumed at a rapid clip.

Here at Applian, we help you capture a lot of video-based content and do our best to tell you about the optimal product for recording media from any platform. So, without further ado, here is our essential guide to downloading podcasts with Applian products.

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Capture the 2015 French Open Live Stream With Replay Media Catcher


The French Open Tennis tournament at Paris’ Roland Garros is known for the drama that unfolds on its storied clay courts. The French Open is the second annual Grand Slam event on the pro tennis calendar, nearly single handedly responsible for modern players’ continued focus on clay court tennis play.

Defending champion and nine time French Open winner, Rafael Nadal will look to upset world number one Novak Djokovic but the fans will be cheering for yet another Nadal vs Roger Federer final. World number three Andy Murray will look to bolster his own Major Championship resume with a visit from the UK while the young Montenegran up and comer Milos Raonic has tennis savants on upset alert.


NBC Sports will provide coverage of The French Open 2015 at Roland Garros on its Live Extra platform, which you can record and keep with Replay Media Catcher. More coverage of Tennis’ most exotic Major can be found on the Roland Garros website.

Freshly Baked Updates

Both Replay Media Catcher and Replay Music received a little love today. We do our very best to keep your favorite apps running smoothly and up-to-date with the latest goodness.

Download the updates for Replay Media Catcher and Replay Music so that you’re enjoying the latest and greatest. Free for current Replay Media Catcher 6 and Replay Music 7 owners.

See the full list of fixes and improvements in the release notes.

Replay Video Capture for HBO Go & HBO Now (now without a TV)

Finally! Now you can stream HBO movies, shows, documentary series and the rest of HBO’s content offering without a TV or cable subscription. Just subscribe to HBO Go if you are a cable subscriber or HBO Now if you aren’t. Stream content from your browser and use Replay Video Capture to keep all the content in whatever format or file type is best for you.


Silicon Valley
We can’t tell you how much we love this show. Okay, we can. WE LOVE IT. From the mind that brought us Office Space, comes the comedy that both explains and mocks the tech boom of the San Francisco Bay Area. Everything from TechCrunch Disrupt, VC funding, self-driving cars and computer engineers — Silicon Valley is funny for those who get code-jokes and those who don’t.

 


Last Week Tonight
As John Stewart slowly departs from his exhaled mantle of satirical daily comedy show, and Stephen Colbert transitions to late night, we thankfully have John Oliver to deliver weekly bouts of wit and opinion that is more poignantly laid out than other cable attempts. Here is one Brit that we don’t mind hearing from when it comes to American politics and culture.

 


Vice
Some of the best news reporting out there today, VICE covers (magazine-style) two or three stories a week. Covering topics like socio-economic turmoil, global warming, political uprising, and cultural taboos, it is a program for those who don’t mind finding out the state of affairs in our world. It’s a great timestamp of our era and worth archiving for future generations wondering what was happening in 2015.

 


This Is Where I Leave You
This family dramedy centers around a father’s death, wherein the deceased’s 4 grown children must come home for the week and deal with their outlandish mother. Deftly acted while being both hilariously ridiculous and heart-crushingly honest, we highly recommend this as a Grown-Up Family Film. Catch it while you can.

 


Crossfire Hurricane
This 2012 documentary about the legendary band, the Rolling Stones, depicts the chronological evolution of the band through archive footage and more recent off-camera commentary by Mick Jagger, Ron Wood, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards. Follow the band through their meteoric success, personal turmoil, touring, recording and ultimately, their bond as one of the greatest rock and roll bands ever.

 


Casual Vacancy
This new miniseries, based on the novel by J. K. Rowling, follows the town’s people of a small English village as they deal with the drama of their community. A study of human nature, this three episode arch digs in deep to character flaws, complex relationships, and the intricacies of community. If you’ve ever lived in a small town, there’s a lot of emotional familiarity with this miniseries.

Let us know your HBO picks over on our Facebook page or on Twitter!

Dr. Wilson’s Possibly humorous Distraction – Vol 12

 
Nerd Jokes: How Smart Are You? 
We only ask because our own UX specialist, Dr. Jeff Wilson, PhD (whose IQ score reads like the top speed at a Formula 1 race) has just come up with his own handy intelligence test and it’s super easy: watch the video below and let us know how many of the jokes you understood. We know there’s quite a few smarties out there, so leave a comment or drop it on Facebook or Twitter.
 

 
A Quick PhD PS: Alas, Dr. Wilson is leaving the Applian team and moving back into science, but he has queued up some entertainment for the next few installments of our PhD series. We will miss him, but his humorous distractions will live on!