Output is like, if you print something, the information on the paper is output. If you are listening to music on the computer, the sound is output. If you are watching a movie, the actions, the images, and the sound is output. In other words, output is something the computer provides for you.
Tom's Hardware is where one can find a free software which will make the sound of the movie one is watching louder. This can also be found at Vimeo.
Some DVD drives offer a digital sound output which will give you better sound quality.
No. The voice can sometimes sound scratchy but it won't hurt.
Cheap, noisy, equipment, or some other device in the vicinity of the cd/dvd player that is injecting unwanted frequencies into the electronic circuits of the player. Sometimes, it can even be the amplified speakers on the computer itself causing the problem. Half wave rectification will induce all kind of interferences into the sound system.
I'm no expert, and not speaking scientifically, but I think that the sound effects are more dramatic with their impact on the heartrate. First hand experience - watch a horror movie with the sound on mute, and then play the movie again without watching the screen, but paying attention to the sounds... for this you may want to select a scary scene from a movie rather than spending hours with the whole movie.
It makes a very light crunching sound. It usually is very pleasant except when you are watching a movie and you can't hear the actors over your crunching!
he is on cocaine Actually, cocaine has NO effect on your voice, look it up. Weezy was a heavy smoker, mostly of marijuana causes his voice to sound "scratchy"
It means being ratchet.
well i dont have sound max either but if you call some one while playing the video on the computer then the video you are playing, you can hear it on the phne so basically what i do is listen to phone while watching the video!
If you want the image on your computer to appear on your HDTV, you need a VGA cable. The image on the computer will show, but the sound will not play on the TV. Therefore, you need some type of speakers in order to hear the computer's sound.
You will need a sound card with a digital output (coaxial or optical) or a sound card with surround audio outputs and a receiver with 5.1 analog inputs to make it work.
with the computer sound effects and sometimes with mouth effects
probably wen u scream a lot.............
by practicing and watching her movies and prosecing your voice to sound like her
Increasingly that difference is blurring. Movie theaters still offer larger screens and more speakers for a fuller surround sound experience. Theaters are competing harder with lounges that offer you the chance to watch a move in a recliner with personalized service so you don't have to get up for any food or drink. Movie theaters have also been viewed as a more social experience. With larger tv's and better home surround sound though the differences are shrinking.
To make one thing exactly simultaneous with a complementary thing (sound with motion in a movie; a watch with a clock; a laptop computer with a desk top computer).
Your computer's sound card controls the sound coming out of your speakers. When your sound card is damaged, your sound will be distorted.
The computer allows you to play sound. It also can help you manipulate sound to create sound effects.
signal detection theory
computer cams will record sound also provided the computer has a microphone.
No, the 'c' in "watching" is not silent. The 'h' changes the sound of the 'c', but it is not silent.
What some people have found useful is resetting the MP3 and reloading the music etc
In order to dub an English movie to Hindi, you need actors and actresses who are fluent in both languages. Then the script is usually read, while watching the movie without the original sound track and recorded. It is then added to the film for viewing.