Springtime can mean a lot of things — getting organized, deep cleaning and, of course, enjoying beautiful weather. Do you know what we hear? NBA PLAYOFF SEASON.
The 2016 NBA Playoffs are kicking off this weekend for an incredible wrap up to an insane season.
If this week’s telecast of the Warriors vs. Spurs — which generated an average 2.6 million viewers and became the network’s most-viewed telecast of ALL TIME — is any indication of what’s ahead, we can’t wait. And did we even mention the game last night?! Wow.
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Some movies are amazingly brilliant, and some are so amazingly bad that it’s a wonder how they were ever conceptualized. Today, we’d like to honor some of those horrible, yet somehow captivating, films available online.
You can stream all of the terrible/awesome movies your heart can handle straight from your browser, then use Replay Video Capture to keep them forever. To get started, just fire up the software, start playing your top picks on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime, and start recording.
Take a look at some of our favorite worst movies to stream and save on Netflix right now:
If you’ve ever wanted to see J. Lo pretend to be a “fatally gorgeous” gangster, please record and save this movie from Netflix. Ben Affleck (Gigli) also stars in this quintessentially awful/amazing movie from the early 2000’s, in which a kidnapping goes terribly awry. Sloppy, bizarre and yet somehow amazing.
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2. Killer Mermaid
Somewhat creepy and terribly written, this flick is perfect for you horror lovers – if you want to laugh rather than being scared. The general plot line involves two American women on a vacation in the Mediterranean, where they stumble upon the lair of (you guessed it) a killer mermaid. This film is available to stream on Netflix, and definitely worth it for your next movie night.
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3. Left Behind
Nicolas Cage is reason enough to watch and save this Armageddon based masterpiece from Netflix. In Left Behind, a handful of survivors are “left behind” after millions vanish; the world is plunged into chaos. And then there was Nic Cage.
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4. John Dies at the End
Comedy meets terror in this dark flick on Netflix. A new drug, referred to as Soy Sauce, promises an out-of-body experience like no other. People are scrambling for it, but there are (obviously) consequences. We won’t give you any other spoilers — this movie is perfect for livening up a boring evening.
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5. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny
This movie is actually pretty good if you’re into martial arts flicks, though still laughable compared to the original. Jason Scott Lee stars as a warlord hell-bent on stealing a sword from the good guys (and martial arts masters). Get a hold of this one on Netflix before your next kung fu binge!
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Get ready, folks – this championship’s going to be intense.
College basketball’s golden child, March Madness, has almost arrived. All of the madness is set to begin next week, following Selection Sunday(March 13, 2016 @ 5:30 P.M. ET) to determine which teams have made the cut.
Along with your standard viewing options and newly-introduced access points, fans can catch every tournament broadcast live on CBSSports.com (no registration required). And, with the CBS Sports March Madness live stream, you can use Replay Video Capture to record every pass and slam dunk!
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With Replay Video Capture, March Madness fans can make production quality video recordings of every tournament game – it’s the only software out there that can expertly record streaming video with perfect quality, and doesn’t circumvent any copy protection technology, making it 100% legal to use.
If you’re anything like us, January brings excitement for the upcoming bustle of live events that we’ve been tuning into for years. Beyond the obvious excitement that settles in, it brings about feelings of nostalgia, community and tradition.
As global celebrations, major sporting events and award shows — like the Golden Globes this past weekend — have begun their shift into the digital age and adapt to current needs, more and more of these renowned live experiences are supporting online streaming formats.
With today’s streaming services, combined with the recording power of Applian software, you can get ahead of every one of these major live events happening in 2016 and capture them forever!
Get ready for all the grabs, kicks and passes you can handle. Happening in our very own Bay Area, Super Bowl 50 is going to be one to remember – and you can steam and record it all from the comfort of your couch!
Stream the Super Bowl live through NBC, and record all of the spontaneous action, half time madness, and winning touchdowns with Replay Video Capture.
February Republican & Democratic Debates
When: JANUARY 14 (Republican) // 6:00 PST & 9:00 EST and FEBRUARY 11 (Democratic) // 6:00 PST & 9:00 EST
PBS NewsHour will be producing, broadcasting and streaming the upcoming Democratic debate, live from The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and hosted by PBS’ own Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff. Before the Democrats have their fun, however, FOX Business Network is set to live stream the Republican Debate this week on January 14. Neil Cavuto and Maria Bartiromo will be moderating this debate live from the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center.
No matter whose side you’re on, you can use Replay Video Capture to record the entire event directly from the PBS live stream.
We’re always surprised by the amount of talent that is recognized and reflected upon during the Academy Awards. Stay tuned for all of the noteworthy nominees announced this week, then be sure to download Replay Video Capture to watch and record the whole live ceremony from your own computer!
A tradition rooted in, well… madness, March Madness is one of the most adrenaline-packed ongoing events in all of basketball. Lucky for those NCAA subscribers, every game will be live streamed online! And, if you’re using a TV provider partnered with the NCAA for March Madness, you can view and record it all with Replay Video Capture.
With the new year comes new Netflix streaming options to keep you cozy on those chilly winter nights. Prepare yourself for the flurry of new arrivals, and many new original series, set to hit the laptop screen this year with Replay Video Capture!
Like all good (and new) things, they don’t last forever. Be sure to set up a time to record with your Replay Video Capture software, and have all of the streaming control you want with these flicks, even after they’re gone. Here are some of our favorites now available (or available soon) on Netflix:
Get ready to get real and laugh out loud. Late night host and comedian Chelsea Handler is turning documentarian for this Netflix Original series. The new show will explore several hot topics and the facts around them, including Silicon Valley, marriage, racism, and drugs.
Parks & Recreation
Make some waffles and buy some whipped cream – the final season of the hilarious Parks & Recreation is coming mid-January! We’re going to miss all of the hijinks in Pawnee, Indiana, but can’t wait to capture the last episodes forever with RVC.
Across the Universe
Everyone’s favorite trippy, Beatles-inspired film from 2007 is coming soon to Netflix. With classic pop songs re-imagined and an incredibly charismatic cast, this is a flick you’ll have to capture to watch again and again.
THE TANNER’S ARE BACK. Though the Olsen twins won’t be joining the show, the majority of the original Full House cast signed on for this Netflix Original spin-off, Fuller House, set in the same beautiful house in San Francisco.
In a reunion no one could anticipate, Ashton Kutcher and That ’70s Show costar Danny Masterson team up for this Netflix Original comedy set out in the country. The two play brothers taking over the family ranching business from their father. And hilarity is sure to ensue.
A Series of Unfortunate Events
Not much information has been released yet about this upcoming Netflix Original series, but we have high hopes for the show based on the Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events book series. It’s doubtful that Jim Carrey will be involved in this one, but we can hope.
We’re pretty excited to see Game of Thrones’ Jason Momoa on a regular basis in the upcoming adventure-drama, The Frontier. Momoa stars in this original series that centers around a group of fur traders, and their bloody business conflicts in the 18th century.
An Affair to Remember
Lust, fear, and a missed connection at the Empire State Building. Gather up your fuzzy blanket and box of tissues – the classic 1957 tear-jerking love story An Affair to Remember comes to Netflix early this year.
Marvel’s Luke Cage
If you binge-watched Jessica Jones like we did, you’ll already have been introduced to the next Netflix Original / Marvel mashup, Luke Cage. Mike Colter stars in the upcoming series, where action and adrenaline are sure to be experienced in droves.
Nerds and nostalgia, rejoice! A handful of original Start Trek movies will be available to stream (and record) soon. The full lineup of additions includes: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986); Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991); Star Trek: Generations (1994); and Star Trek: Insurrection (1998).
Online streaming has rapidly become the must-have accessory in this big, digital world of ours. People far and wide are cutting the cable cord and adopting streaming services to get their fix of sitcoms and late-night movies, either through the computer or channeled directly to the television set.
It was shared in Statista that last year alone “seventy-six percent of American households reported having a video-on-demand subscription,” and that percentage is only growing as the convenience factor is too tempting to pass up.
With access to nearly any television show, documentary, classic film or big time Hollywood flick, it’s really no wonder that so many are drawn to the broad, always-on collection. If you have decent Wi-Fi and a connected device, you’ve got access to it all.
As it’s pretty easily assumed, the biggest names in online streaming subscriptions today are Netflix and Amazon, with the Hulu Package holding up third place. Some families subscribe to all three, but most have just one of the services: Netflix. In fact, Netflix is in 36% of all American TV households, while Amazon is in 13% and Hulu Plus is in 6.5%, according to Nielsen.
Just this summer, Netflix surpassed 65 million subscribers with its $8/month service, and expanded its reach internationally, grounding its roots as the world’s most popular streaming service. With the creation of its Netflix Originals, such as “Orange is the New Black,” “Daredevil” and “House of Cards,” along with close to 7,000 other titles, consumers are loving the high-quality video content within a binge watching-enabled platform.
At 40 million subscribers, some arguably coming by association with it’s Prime Package, Amazon ranks second on the list of most-used streaming subscriptions. While they may not have as many attractive titles in their collection, they do have the pull of their popular Prime plan that offers unlimited video streaming in addition to free 2-day shipping in their online marketplace for $99/year.
Hulu lags behind with 9 million subscribers, though they experienced a generous percentage of growth from 2014 to 2015. With a recent partnership with Showtime, along with the extensive collection of media, they hope to expand their customer base even more rapidly.
The all new Replay Video Capture 8 has finally arrived! We’re excited to offer you the best of recording streaming software made even better. Beyond the amazing elements already in Replay Video Capture, this latest update boasts a slew of new features, including:
Game Recording – Thanks to cool new hotkeys, recording a game has never been easier.
Higher Frame Rates – Use frame rates as high as 100 fps (MPEG4, WMV) or 60 fps (MPEG2).
Background Mode – Completely free up your monitor while recording by using RVC in Background Mode.
Dual Audio – Use dual audio recording with any video codecs you choose.
Multiple Formats – Save to any format you want, including MPEG, WMV, AVI and DVD-ISO to name just a few.
Improved Webinar Audio: The new Dual Audio recording feature avoids disturbing echo feedback between speakers and the microphone. A mute/unmute hot key and button are included, as well.
Getting things done in a simpler, more intelligent way is why we’re in business – today we’re excited to announce an update that makes our smart products even better.
Since OS X El Capitan gives you more flexibility and power to do the things you love with your Mac, we made sure that every single one of our Applian products for Mac are completely compatible with this new version. Make sure you have the latest and greatest Applian software for your Mac to unlock the power of El Capitan & Applian!