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Weekly Video Release Views (Last 6 Months)

Important Note: These are specific, unique video views per week for videos released that week. If a particular show did not have a video released that week, it will show views as 0. This is not to say people are not watching videos in that series, just that there was no video that week, so no views are attributed to it.

Total Views: 295,412 Average Views Per Week: 11,362 Average Videos Released Per Week: 5 Average Views Per Video: 2,363

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125 Videos Being Viewed

  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 495
  • March 15, 2017
  • 2,094 Views and counting

Favorite Tech: Penguin Slap Watch

When Liam was asked to bring his favorite piece of tech to show off on our March Break Family Special, he chose his penguin slap watch which he got from the gift shop at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto. On our March Break Family Special we welcomed young people to present their favorite tech, giving them a chance to "be on TV" in an effort to inspire and encourage them. Please like and share this video to give them a boost!

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 495
  • March 15, 2017
  • 8,762 Views and counting

LEGOLAND Discovery Center - An Exciting and Fun Adventure for the Whole Family!

As part of our March Break Family Special, two of the families from Category5 Technology TV visited the LEGOLAND Discovery Center at Vaughn Mills (just north of Toronto) to get a feel for how great this place really is. We were all very impressed!

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 494
  • March 8, 2017
  • 29,228 Views and counting

The Battle Of The Bluetooth Communicators

Nelson Hudes joins us via Skype Video and a call on the phone to demonstrate the call quality of both the Star Trek TNG and TOS Bluetooth communicators.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 486
  • January 11, 2017
  • 1,644 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of January 11, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A Linux variant of a very destructive piece of malware has been discovered. - Official LEGO robotics are now a reality. - Amazon Echo has been ordering things discussed on TV shows without the users' consent. - Google is shutting down Hangouts API.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017
  • 11,247 Views and counting

Robbie Takes A Break

This week, the co-hosts become the hosts as for the first time in 498 weeks Robbie Ferguson does not host or op the live show. Check out an exceptional electronic maker starter kit with Henry, learn all about the hosts' real life phobias and favorites, and jump into the news with Sasha.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 93
  • April 7, 2017
  • 1,599 Views and counting

Our Privileged Position

Our privileged position is not just about our birthplace or freedom. No matter where we live, or how much or little we have, we are privileged people. Join Jenn Wagar and Jane Roach who recently visited Ghana in West Africa, as they discuss the privileged mentality with Carrie Webb.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 86
  • February 17, 2017
  • 1,705 Views and counting

God Answers Prayers - Part 1

As we look back on our great American experience, we realize God answered our prayers along the way. From meeting up with Canadian friends in Nashville to catching up with people we've never met over lunch; God answers prayers.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 484
  • December 28, 2016
  • 208,869 Views and counting

Rip Copy-Protected DVDs with Free Software for Windows 10, Mac OS X or Linux

If you're like Robbie, you may not have a DVD/BluRay player connected to your TVs, but have connected devices that allow you to play video files through software such as Plex. This week we'll show you how to import your video DVDs into MP4 files so you can watch your owned DVDs once again on next-gen devices such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 490
  • February 8, 2017
  • 1,746 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of February 8, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - More than 150,000 web-connected printers were owned by a self-proclaimed "novice coder" over the weekend. - A hack attack against the dark web shut down a huge number of sites for containing child pornography. - AI has beat the most skilled Poker players in the world. - Google's Super Bowl ad set off a bunch of Google Home devices. - More than 1,000 government computers in a US county have been infected by ransomware.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 487
  • January 18, 2017
  • 1,698 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of January 18, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - BT is adding anti-junk-call filters to their phone service. - An autonomous transit bus is being tested in Las Vegas. - Dell's Latest Laptop is $100 Cheaper If You Buy It With Ubuntu - Yahoo wants to change its name. - Google has revealed how they secure their cloud infrastructure, and it includes some clever, custom-built silicon.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 300
  • June 18, 2013
  • 350,206 Views and counting

A Look Back

Carrie Webb takes us on a trip back in time over the history of Category5 Technology TV as we celebrate our 300th episode.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 507
  • June 7, 2017
  • 33,226 Views and counting

Viewer Questions and a Power Meter

This week we check out a handy device that shows you exactly how much your appliances are costing you on your electrical bill, and tackle some amazing viewer questions about reading for the blind, creating a proxy in Linux and resizing images for WordPress.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 94
  • April 14, 2017
  • 1,599 Views and counting

Differing Values in the Global Church

A western view of missions can be to try to fill an apparent need, while not realizing that a difference in culture creates a difference in need. Carrie, Jane, and Jenn discuss how one particular thing we tend to view as a lack is often seen as wealth within Ghanaian communities. You just might be surprised.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 499
  • April 12, 2017
  • 8,962 Views and counting

When Sasha's Away The Makers Will Play

Sasha booked the week off this week, so Henry and Robbie took to getting started on our Maker Series. This week we'll dive into what gear you'll need in your kit to get started, and how you can use a multimeter to understand the electrical resistance of conductive material (which helps us understand what resistors actually do).

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 496
  • March 22, 2017
  • 5,185 Views and counting

Passing The Human Check

In what we can only describe as "the worst episode ever," Robbie proves he's human and experiences the same technical problems as everyone else. We'd planned to show you how to expand a RetroPie, but instead waited and waited and fought against a SD card that turned out to be a bad card! Still, we had some good troubleshooting, so if you can see past the technical problems, great! If not, tune in again next time when we retry the same feature... with a Kingston SD card.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017
  • 3,812 Views and counting

Full Electronics Maker Starter Kit and Guide Book

Henry takes an introductory look at the book Make: Electronics, along with the companion starter kit that includes everything you need to get started on your quest to become an electronics maker! Perfect for the beginner or experienced user wanting to dig deeper in electronics.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 509
  • June 21, 2017
  • 15,346 Views and counting

Introducing Debian Stretch STABLE

Are you new to Linux, or want to share Linux with someone? We'll look at one of the most popular Linux Distros: Debian. This week the newest version (Stretch) went stable, and we'll discuss why this is such a big deal for not only us Linux users, but other distros and new Linux users alike.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 92
  • March 31, 2017
  • 2,183 Views and counting

A Series of Unfortunate Events: Jenn and Jane's African Adventure

Jane Roach, who recently visited Ghana with Jenn Wagar joins us to discuss their African adventure, and how it all started off with a literal series of unfortunate events. Join us as we explore the lessons learned along the way.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017
  • 1,614 Views and counting

Get To Know Co-Hosts of Category5 Technology TV

Ever wonder where Jeff would max out his credit card, the movie title that defines Henry's life, or what Sasha would wear if she could be invisible? Now is your chance to get to know the Season 10 co-hosts of Category5 Technology TV.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 490
  • February 8, 2017
  • 25,941 Views and counting

PS3 Hard Drive Repair and Data Recovery

When Jeff's child dropped the PlayStation 3 from 6-feet in the air, it stopped working Cannot start. The appropriate system storage was not found. Rather than risk permanent data loss by re-seating the drive blindly, let's instead scan the drive for errors while at the same time making an image file to recover from in case it fails. Can we get the PlayStation 3 to boot?

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 532
  • November 29, 2017
  • 714 Views and counting

Make Your Production Sound AWESOME with Auphonic (And how to run it on Linux)

Whether you're a podcaster, YouTuber, or just want to make your home movies sound great, Auphonic is our go-to tool. We'll show you how to use it, and for Linux users we'll even show you how to make it work on Linux. Auphonic therefore runs on Windows, Mac and Linux.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 90
  • March 17, 2017
  • 2,339 Views and counting

Who's Your Boss

In Acts 5 we see miracles taking place and the number of followers of Jesus grow, and in opposition to the religious leaders of the time, the apostles stood up for their faith and teaching because they knew who their boss was. Join Jenn and Carrie as we explore together the latter part of Acts 5 this week on New Every Day.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 504
  • May 17, 2017
  • 41,479 Views and counting

WannaCry - The Latest On This Nasty Ransomware

WannaCry (or, WannaCrypt or WannaCryptor) is a nasty new malware that is hitting businesses around the world hard. This week, we bring in some cyber security industry heavyweights to get to the bottom of what you need to know about this vicious worm.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 503
  • May 10, 2017
  • 13,710 Views and counting

Better Than Analytics: Record Your Web Site Visitors' Sessions And Play It Back Like Video

https://fullstory.com offers an amazing tool for UX designers, web developers, or businesses wanting to know how users interact with their web site. Focus groups are a great way to learn if there are frustrating UX issues with your site, but now you can record REAL users as they navigate your web site. This easy-to-deploy tool will not slow down your web site, and will give you the best insight into your users' experience.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 97
  • May 5, 2017
  • 2,035 Views and counting

A New Hope

When we read the miracles in the Bible, it's so easy to read them and move on. But what was next for the woman who was healed? Or the man or child raised from the dead? Join us as we explore the hope that comes next.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 501
  • April 26, 2017
  • 22,180 Views and counting

Eliminating The Need For Photoshop

Let's review some of the great feedback we've received from our community, and see how GIMP 2.9.5 can be installed on Ubuntu Linux to fix the one thing that kept Robbie from dropping Adobe Photoshop: blurry scaling.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 501
  • April 26, 2017
  • 12,245 Views and counting

How The Heck Does Ransomware Infect and Encrypt Your Files Even Though You Have Antivirus/Linux/Mac?

We're so used to antimalware (antivirus) protecting us against online threats, but it's time we realize times have changed and that is only one facet of protection against ransomware. In this brief but informative talk, we'll answer the question: "How the heck did my files get encrypted by ransomwhare even though I have antivirus/Linux/Mac?"

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 95
  • April 21, 2017
  • 1,691 Views and counting

A New Season

As we begin Season 3, we contemplate new beginnings. We'll speak about how these two "normal" people (who tend to break out into random song) began this show. We'll also look at some of the fresh starts we find in the New Testament.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017
  • 1,682 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of April 5, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - CodePlex is shutting down. - AT&T has won the contract to build FirstNet. - Terrible news for LastPass users as the company scrambles to fix an architectural problem that lets malicious web sites steal your passwords. - Connecting computers to the human brain is next on Elon Musk's to-do list. - The inventor of the Internet has been awarded computing's equivalent of the Nobel Prize

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 538
  • January 10, 2018
  • 1,808 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of January 10, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - We'll explain the latest threat—dubbed Meltdown and Spectre. - Lithium-ion Batteries in HP Notebook Computers and Mobile Workstations, that are not customer replaceable, are being recalled. We'll tell you which products are affected—so stick around. - Remember the VTech hack we reported on, back in 2015? The FTC has finally reached a settlement deal with the toymaker. - And, Toyota is working with a handful of companies to create an autonomous electric fleet of vehicles.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 499
  • April 12, 2017
  • 1,686 Views and counting

Tops Stories for the Week of April 12, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A new consumer system from Microsoft boasts speeds of over six teraflops. - A hacker set off all the warning sirens in Dallas. - Hackers can use a simple javascript code to get your smartphone's pin from sensor data. - Mark Shuttleworth is shaking things up in the Ubuntu world, putting an immediate halt to Unity and switching Ubunto to GNOME.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 537
  • January 3, 2018
  • 1,445 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of January 3, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The loss of an expensive Russian satellite was due to an error in the coordinates that were programmed into it at launch. - Apple has apologised after facing criticism for admitting it deliberately slows down ageing iPhone models. - Google has developed a human-like, text-to-speech AI. - As it turns out, the Nigerian prince is actually a 67 year old man from Louisiana.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 496
  • March 22, 2017
  • 1,707 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of March 22, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Audacious cybercriminals have created an Star Trek-themed strain of ransomware. - Computers can lip-read now! - Ubiquiti devices are vulnerable to takeover attacks with a single click. - Many popular Android devices ship with malware already installed

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 538
  • January 10, 2018
  • 6,195 Views and counting

Linspire Rises From The Grave

Linspire is back with all the greatness, but none of the controversy! Check out how PC/OpenSystems LLC obtained the rights (and source code) to improve and re-release the classic desktop Linux. We'll also talk to Jeff about the hackers who compromized his computer, and Sasha's got the latest tech news.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 450
  • May 3, 2016
  • 217,073 Views and counting

Disposable, Anonymous SIM Cards and Unlocking Mobile Routers

This week we welcome Emir Aboulhosn, CEO and Founder of Otono, the company behind ZIP SIM. Imagine a cellular service that you can activate anonymously at any time, use for a set amount of time with unlimited service, and then discard. Security through anonymity is the best way to use a cell phone when traveling. We'll also unlock our Netgear MBR1516 Turbo Hub to allow us to use any provider's service on our Bell-locked LTE modem.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 490
  • February 8, 2017
  • 32,419 Views and counting

How To Make Sure Your Hard Drive Is Okay

When Jeff's young child dropped their PlayStation 3 from 6-feet, he wisely decided to have it looked at before trying to boot it up again. Don't risk it even if it boots: we'll show you how to use ddrescue first to not only create an image of your hard drive, but also to see if there are errors with it.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 349
  • May 27, 2014
  • 510,004 Views and counting

Celebrating Nerdiness

Our new music video "Nerdy" debuted. We also welcomed the head developer of Stunt Rally, Crystal Hammer onto the show to discuss his awesome racing game, which is available for free on Windows and Linux.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 489
  • February 1, 2017
  • 11,794 Views and counting

The Final Frontier

This week our theme is space. We'll unbox a beautiful alloy model of NCC-1701-D, and travel back in time to create a space scene using the free GNU Image Manipulation Program.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 85
  • February 10, 2017
  • 1,791 Views and counting

Lessons From Ranger Dave

On our way to Nashville, we stopped at Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee and learned a lot from "Ranger Dave" during his historical talk. This week we'll discuss some of the things we learned by asking someone who knows the answers and what the answers mean.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 344
  • April 22, 2014
  • 444,351 Views and counting

Viewer Question Extravaganza

The viewer questions have been coming in at full force, so we've bumped our features back and dedicated an entire show to your viewer questions. Topics ranging from VirtualBox to making Facebook not burn your retinas at night.

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  • The Pixel Shadow
  • Episode 17
  • April 24, 2016
  • 100,405 Views and counting

Crafting Food in Minetest Survival

With the pending launch of our new Xtreme PVP Survival server, it's important that each player knows how to craft their own foods, and which foods heal the most hunger points. We'll look at NathanS21's automated bread mill, as well as several of the foods you can craft yourself by the resources you find in Minetest.

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  • From Episode 502
  • May 3, 2017
  • 2,079 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of May 3, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A real-life Iron Man suit took flight on Thursday. - Facebook to add 3,000 employees to watch for inappropriate content - Microsoft has announced their latest OS to compete against Google's Chrome OS. - Amazon wants you to have meaningful conversations with Alexa - Ubisoft is giving you a free weekend to play The Division.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 89
  • March 10, 2017
  • 2,466 Views and counting

Hanging Out on Solomon's Porch

As we return to the book of Acts, we dig deeper into a famous scene as we explore what Jesus' apostles did on Solomon's Porch, and how it contrasted the teachings of the Pharisees.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 492
  • February 22, 2017
  • 9,272 Views and counting

2FA Is Not Enough

This week we again welcome Robert Capps from NuData Security to discuss the technological and educational gap currently experienced by not only consumers, but by the companies they use.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 533
  • December 6, 2017
  • 507 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week Of December 6, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Google has released an AI toolkit for the Raspberry Pi. - Thanks to new regulations, cellphone-unlocking is now free in Canada. - A ridiculously dangerous bug in macOS was fixed quickly, but unfortunately, comes right back after a software update. - Facebook Messenger is coming to pre-teens. Should parents be concerned?

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 276
  • January 1, 2013
  • 310,583 Views and counting

Happy New Yrar!

Robbie and Erika play air guitar and give away a slew of amazing prizes to viewers who cast ballots over the past week.

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  • Backstage Pass
  • From Episode 498
  • April 5, 2017
  • 389 Views and counting

Episode 498 - Live in 5!

Something's different about this week's show... what could it be?

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 513
  • July 19, 2017
  • 1,646 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of July 19, 2017

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - In a rather comical social experiment, a UK WiFi provider has tricked users into agreeing to a thousand hours of community service. - Autonomous race cars are now a thing. - A newly-demonstrated 3D printed heart works much like a real one. - We have found our greatest weapon against the coming Robot apocalypse! - Google is giving Glass one more try. - Microsoft SQL Server 2017's first release candidate has landed and - yes! - it runs on Linux! - Support for Ubuntu 16.10 Ends Tomorrow

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  • Backstage Pass
  • From Episode 408
  • July 14, 2015
  • 521 Views and counting

Setting Up The Drone

On Episode 408 we had an interesting shot from our friend Marvin. Here's how we setup just before the show.

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  • Backstage Pass
  • From Episode 384
  • February 1, 2015
  • 11,147 Views and counting

DSLR for Wirecast - Part 2

Robbie does some further tweaks to the video source, and thanks to a Magewell capture card is able to fix the aspect ratio of the video coming off the Nikon D5100 over HDMI. Also demonstrates how the Magewell drivers allow on-the-fly color tweaking (eg., saturation, brightness, RGB values) from directly within Telestream Wirecast, which saves time in post production.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 240
  • April 24, 2012
  • 291,965 Views and counting

Instagram: Love It or Leave It

Robbie and Rachel show you how to download all your Instagram pictures so you can close your account, or just to back them up.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 165
  • November 16, 2010
  • 281,850 Views and counting

Basic Photo Manipulation - Part 8

During this episode, we look at how to crop images in The GNU Image Manipulation Program. In particular, we focus on Hugin-generated panoramas, but the method transcends the demonstration. We also talk about setting up shared folders on the Pogoplug, and how to mount CD/DVD ISO images using a handy GUI application on Linux.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 529
  • November 8, 2017
  • 377,320 Views and counting

The 8-CORE Raspberry Pi Killer: ODROID XU4Q with CloudShell2 Case - Assembly

The Raspberry Pi got us all very excited about making our own little mini computers, but they're slow and dated. Let's look at the ODROID XU4Q SBC which has a whopping 8 cores, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, eMMC, USB 3.0 and gigabit Ethernet. Put that inside a CloudShell2 case for a 2-drive SATA RAID backplane with a 2.8" color display in a sleek package. This makes for the most gorgeous and powerful DIY NAS server we've seen yet!

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 530
  • November 15, 2017
  • 14,632 Views and counting

Turn Your Dumb Air Conditioner Into A Smart Air Conditioner With Sensibo Sky

Do you have an air conditioner that uses a remote control? Now you can upgrade it to a smart air conditioner with a device that replaces your remote and gives you access to your A/C with a mobile app, complete with scheduling, thermals, and control from anywhere in the world. Sensibo has done it again with their new Sensibo Sky device and app.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 1,424 Views and counting

Our Biggest Fans on YouTube - Volume 4

Our biggest fans have spoken, and we're listening! Let's get a quick look at some of the comments we've received from our biggest fans on YouTube!

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 544
  • February 21, 2018
  • 69,558 Views and counting

Plex on Raspberry Pi 3 - NEW for 2018

A lot has changed since we showed you how to setup Plex on a Raspberry Pi 3 back in 2016. Back then, it was Raspbian Jessie, but now, we'll show you how to setup Plex Media Server using Raspbian Stretch, the current version of the Pi OS in 2018. To ice the cake, we've even create a PlexPi image so you can get up and running instantly (and without having to do it yourself).

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 552
  • April 18, 2018
  • 8,523 Views and counting

NESPi Case+ Assembly with Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ for RetroPie 4.4

Build your own retro gaming console with support for Atari 2600, Nintendo Entertainment System, Super Nintendo, Nintendo 64, Sega Genesis and more! With the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+, a controller or two (supports PS3 wireless controller) and this case, you'll have a retro gaming system that will become a conversation piece with all your friends who grew up in the 80s!

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 533
  • December 6, 2017
  • 5,671 Views and counting

Standard Batteries You Can Charge Without A Charger

Rechargeable batteries are great. But we may not always have a NiMH charger handy to juice them up. Along comes Smartoools with the perfect answer: AA and AAA batteries that can be charged with either a standard charger or a USB Micro cable.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 569
  • August 15, 2018
  • 262 Views and counting

Where to Get Retro Gaming ROMS Now That Emuparadise is Dead

Downloading retro games is a bit of a grey area for now. Abandonware and software preservation all play into it - but when the creators -- like Nintendo -- want to put a stop to it and even cause Emuparadise to shut down, is there somewhere else to "safely" get those games from the days of old before they're gone for good?

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 565
  • July 18, 2018
  • 1,852 Views and counting

Unboxing Pine ROCK64 4k60p HDR-Capable SBC

The ROCK64 Media Board Computer is a credit card-sized 4k60p HDR Media Board Computer powered by the Rockchip RK3328 Quad-Core ARM Cortex A53 64-Bit Processor with available version ranging from 1-4GB 1600MHz LPDDR3 memory. It features an eMMC module socket, MicroSD Card slot, Pi-2 Bus, Pi-P5+ Bus, USB 3.0 and a number of other peripheral device interfaces, making the ROCK64 perfect for makers who want to integrate the SBC with sensors or other devices.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 567
  • August 1, 2018
  • 1,393 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of August 1, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Amazon has reported record-breaking quarterly profits helped by a rise in online sales and demand for its cloud services. - Google's sister-company Waymo has announced a trial in which its self-driving cars will ferry shoppers to and from a nearby Walmart store to pick up their groceries. - Children could be banned from owning drones weighing more than 250g under a new proposal from the Department for Transport in the UK. - A competition helping to drive development of the futuristic hyperloop transport system has been won by engineering students from Munich.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 567
  • August 1, 2018
  • 1,320 Views and counting

Supported File Formats on PowerLocus Headphones SD Card Playback

Last week we unboxed a set of PowerLocus Bluetooth headphones that have a twist: they have a built in MicroSD Card reader as well. Let's find out what file formats can be played directly on the headphones without the need of a separate Bluetooth player.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 567
  • August 1, 2018
  • 1,384 Views and counting

Absolute Basics of GIMP

Let's get started with the GNU Image Manipulation Program! In this introductory tutorial, you'll learn to create a canvas, change the color of both your foreground and background, change the size of your paintbrush, and create and use layers.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 567
  • August 1, 2018
  • 7,094 Views and counting

The Ultimate Programmable Hotkeys, Headphone File Formats and The Very Basics of GIMP

A viewer puts Robbie in his place with his GIMP tutorials for beginners. Jeff, Robbie and Sasha put the PowerLocus headphones to the test and set out to find out which file formats the SD card reader supports. We'll also look at the Stream Deck, which is perhaps the best-ever programmable hotkey board.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 568
  • August 8, 2018
  • 1,446 Views and counting

NEMS Linux 1.4.1 - The FREE Nagios Enterprise Monitoring Server

Robbie gives a crash course on using NEMS Linux 1.4.1. This free distribution for Raspberry Pi and other single-board computers allows you to easily monitor network assets and be advised proactively about pending issues. The ideal solution for both IT professionals managing thousands of endpoints and enthusiasts monitoring their home network. NEMS cuts costs while making Nagios easy to deploy and easier than ever to use.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 569
  • August 15, 2018
  • 895 Views and counting

Viewer Question Extravaganza

This week's show is controlled by you - our viewers! Topics such as installing common Windows fonts on Linux, where to download retro game ROMs from, and many more.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 296
  • May 21, 2013
  • 318,478 Views and counting

Making Your Web Site Faster with Cloud-Based JavaScript Hosting

Robbie and Christa show you how simply changing your JavaScript hosting from your own server to "the cloud" will noticeably speed up your web site.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 166
  • November 23, 2010
  • 289,249 Views and counting

The DD-WRT Router Firmware

Robbie covered a lot of interesting Pogoplug-related questions, such as how to mount the Pogoplug as a drive in Linux and Windows, and what cool ways you could use Pogoplug to protect and share your data. Our main feature is all about DD-WRT--from selecting which router to buy based on the type of DD-WRT firmware you wish to use, to actually installing and running the firmware.

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  • From Episode 486
  • January 11, 2017
  • 2,554 Views and counting

Compress PNG Images Up To 80% While Keeping Transparency With pngquant

PNG's are awesome, but can be quite large in size, which slows down your web site. With pngquant, we'll show you how to compress your PNG images by between 60-80% with no notable loss in quality, maintaining the transparency of your PNG image.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 84
  • February 3, 2017
  • 2,931 Views and counting

Adding Perspective on the US Presidential Election

On our way to Nashville, we encountered something interesting: the US Presidential election! We'll discuss our role as Christians, and share some of the conversations we've had along the way as we ask Americans why they voted for Mr. Trump.

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  • From Episode 521
  • September 13, 2017
  • 6,145 Views and counting

ISO Recording in Telestream Wirecast Just Got CRAZY With the Insanely Fast KC1000 From Kingston

Kingston's KC1000 is an NVMe PCIe x4 card that gets rid of the storage bottleneck of SATA and provides read and write speeds significantly faster than anything we've seen, which makes it the perfect solution for ISO recording in Telestream Wirecast.

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  • Immersive Nature Sounds
  • Episode 7
  • June 21, 2015
  • 506,689 Views and counting

Rain on the Lake in Cottage Country

Rising at 5am to the sounds of a heavy rainfall and awakening birds, the Haliburton forest is filled with life.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 323
  • November 26, 2013
  • 339,401 Views and counting

Choosing a Fast DNS Server with DNS Jumper

Improving the perceived speed of your Internet may be as simple as choosing a faster DNS server. DNS Jumper helps you determine the fastest DNS server for your network.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 367
  • September 30, 2014
  • 366,926 Views and counting

Linux as a Powerful Photography Studio

On our Season 8 opener, Robbie, Erika, and Sasha take their digital photography to the next level with a DSLR, a Linux machine, and the incredible Darktable software.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 409
  • July 21, 2015
  • 357,207 Views and counting

Unboxing the James Donkey 007 Modular Gaming Mouse

We unveil the up and coming James Donkey 007 mouse: a sleek, high-end gaming (or graphic design) mouse with adjustable a 8400DPI resolution laser, high-quality switches, and a modular design that lets you change the configuration of the mouse with 54 different combinations.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 288
  • March 26, 2013
  • 325,235 Views and counting

Turning Your iDevice Into a Guitar Effects Processor

Eric Kidd joins Robbie and Erika to demonstrate a cool set of devices which turn your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad device into a full guitar effects processor.

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  • From Episode 548
  • March 21, 2018
  • 1,542 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of March 21, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Thanks to robots and automation in the US - AFRICA is at risk. - US cities are starting to crack down on commercial crypto-mining due to the heavy load it puts on their power grid. - An autonomous flying taxi is coming to New Zealand. - 3D printed homes for the less fortunate.

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  • From Episode 548
  • March 21, 2018
  • 1,760 Views and counting

SmartGurlz STEM Robot for Girls

Smartgurlz is a brand new line of Fashion Dolls and friendly balancing Scooters that engage girls 5 and up in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Let's put it to the test and see if Jeff's daughter gets excited about STEM.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 141
  • March 23, 2018
  • 1,314 Views and counting

Prison Break - Part 3

As we get closer to the moment when Peter is miraculously broken out of prison, let's learn what it is to prepare ourselves for what God has planned.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 548
  • March 21, 2018
  • 5,364 Views and counting

STEM Education for Girls with a Clever Doll

This week we look at a toy that is designed specifically to encourage young girls to get excited about science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

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  • From Episode 547
  • March 14, 2018
  • 409 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of March 14, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Elon Musk, a man prone to ludicrous deadlines, has birthed yet another: test flights of his Mars spaceship next year. - A drone owner has been charged with starting a fire that destroyed 300 acres of grassland in Arizona's Coconino national forest. - A new study shows that less than half of ransomware targets who pay up actually get their files back. - Ransomware for robots is the next big security nightmare.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 140
  • March 16, 2018
  • 1,328 Views and counting

Prison Break - Part 2

This week, we continue our discussion of Acts 12. As we encounter some of the early martyrs of the Christian Church, we'll try to get our heads around the difficult question of why God would answer one prayer but not another.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 547
  • March 14, 2018
  • 2,801 Views and counting

Pi Day

As we celebrate Pi Day -- or Pi Week as we'd rather call it -- let's look back on some of the exciting projects we have done featuring the Raspberry Pi micro-computer. There are so many things you can do with it, and we'll just scratch the surface.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 459
  • July 5, 2016
  • 60,409 Views and counting

Plex Media Server on Raspberry Pi 3

Stream all your movies, home videos, television shows and music to all your devices with Plex Media Server. We'll show you how to install it on a Raspberry Pi 3 micro computer, giving you a powerful little Plex Media Server for a fraction of the price of a similarly-spec'd dedicated system.

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  • Episode 459
  • July 5, 2016
  • 308,559 Views and counting

Plex Media Server on a Raspberry Pi 3

Stream all your movies, home videos, television shows and music to all your devices with Plex Media Server. We'll show you how to install it on a Raspberry Pi 3 micro computer, giving you a powerful little Plex Media Server for a fraction of the price of a similarly-spec'd dedicated system.

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  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 462 Views and counting

How NOT to come off a commercial break...

When returning from Commercial, one of the on-air crew is confused about where we are in the show. Can you figure out which?

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 201
  • July 26, 2011
  • 288,731 Views and counting

CyberPower GreenPower UPS

Robbie and Christa take a look at the CyberPower GreenPower UPS, an economical battery backup with higher-end features such as a full LCD display, better-than-average surge protection, a $500,000 Connected Equipment Guarantee, and cost saving, environmentally friendly features. A large assortment of viewer questions this week as well.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 205
  • August 23, 2011
  • 282,768 Views and counting

A Year of Batteries, Pogoplugs and Live Lag

Robbie and Christa announce your chance to win a year supply of Eco Alkalines batteries, and offer a couple Pogoplug devices to give away. Many viewer questions are addressed. Lag on the streaming server unfortunately placed an unexpected delay on features, so viewer interaction was restricted, but a make-good episode will take place next week.

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  • Episode 462
  • July 26, 2016
  • 187,022 Views and counting

DIY Networking

Learn to craft your own network cables and wire your home or office, saving a lot of money. We'll also have a look at Jeff's toes (sorry!), show you how to turn any audio device into a Bluetooth-connected player, and fix the backup script we built last week.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 188
  • April 26, 2011
  • 282,494 Views and counting

Web Development - Part 8

Robbie and Christa continue coding their new web site by placing the Polaroid photograph and beginning the placement of the submenu below the woodgrain. Learn about absolute positioning in CSS and how to use margins to position an element within a container.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 167
  • November 30, 2010
  • 282,226 Views and counting

Planet Calypso Society of Viewers

Robbie's wife had the baby, and Robbie has been working hard to take care of his family. In a surprise that the show was even able to go live, Robbie, Eric and Hillary pull a show together just for fun. In the course of the show, Robbie demonstrates how new Planet Calypso players can join the Category5 TV Viewers Society in the game to participate in events together.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 1,561 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of March 7, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A floating windmill farm off the coast of Scotland is generating energy quite efficiently. - A DDoS attack of an unprecedented scale is taking place thanks to an exploit in memcached. - Levi's is switching to lasers in an effort to cut down on chemical use in the manufacture of denim. - Driverless cars are raising some big questions in UK courts as the Law Commission aims to adjust British driving laws to accommodate a future filled with autonomous vehicles.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 158
  • September 28, 2010
  • 285,013 Views and counting

Data Security

Data security and keeping your private information safe when disposing of or selling your computer. Increasing the size of a VirtualBox harddrive. nVIDIA GeForce vs. Quadro. Shares in Research in Motion dropped today following yesterday's announcement of their iPad alternative, the PlayBook. Browser Sync Service Xmarks to Shut Down. Dr. Mark Wright is using his position as city councilor to fight the good fight on behalf for Open Source software in Bristol City, UK. Twitter's latest exploit redirected users to offensive web sites. Gallium has introduced its DirectX 10/11 implementation for Linux.

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  • From Episode 546
  • March 9, 2018
  • 294 Views and counting

Turtle Typhoon Live Stream

On March 9, 2018 a Turtle Typhoon took place, raining Turtlecoin (TRTL) on all the participants. 98shiraz and JeffW hosted the live stream, and this is the recording.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 2,436 Views and counting

Setting up a Turtlecoin wallet - Introduction to Cryptocurrency - 3 of 3

In order to mine or trade Turtlecoin, or to catch Turtlecoin in a Turtle Raindance, you need a wallet address. The team at Cat5 will walk you through all the steps to get up and going on Linux - but keep in mind on Windows you don't have to go through the onerous install process, but can still use the same commands to run simplewallet and create your Turtlecoin wallet in the command line.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 1,752 Views and counting

Mining cryptocoin is easy with cat5tv-miners - Introduction to Cryptocurrency - 2 of 3

Mining cryptocurrency with consumer CPU and GPU hardware can be complicated to setup. Our crack team of genius developers have simplified the process and created a free mining installer that gets you up and going with xmrig on Windows or Linux and supports Category5 out of the box, but can also be used to mine to your own wallet. Mines Monero and Turtlecoin at the time of this recording (check the site for current list).

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 1,556 Views and counting

Getting our heads around Cryptocoin and the Blockchain - Introduction to Cryptocurrency - 1 of 3

We've all heard the buzzwords. Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency. Blockchain. Mining. But what does it mean? How hard or expensive is it to get involved, and is it illegal? We'll answer some common beginner questions surrounding cryptocoin. It may not be as complicated as you believe!

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 546
  • March 7, 2018
  • 12,228 Views and counting

A Beginner's Introduction to Cryptocurrency

We've all heard the buzzwords "cryptocurrency" and "Bitcoin" but what is it, how hard or expensive is it to start mining, and are we too late? Let's learn together as we explore the basics of mining our own cryptocurrency.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 545
  • February 28, 2018
  • 19,571 Views and counting

PlexPi Getting Started - An Introduction to Plex Media Server on Raspberry Pi 3 in 2018

PlexPi makes it dead-simple to get a Plex Media Server up and running on a Raspberry Pi 3. In this walk-through, we'll learn how to activate Plex, add library items from an external USB drive, and access and play our content from any device on our network.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 497
  • March 29, 2017
  • 3,967 Views and counting

Record Your Gameplay Without A Computer

AGPTEK presents a superb 1080p video capture device that will capture realtime video from HDMI, Composite or Component and record it directly to a USB flash/hard drive or SD card with no computer required! Get yours at https://cat5.tv/agptek

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  • From Episode 545
  • February 28, 2018
  • 1,596 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of February 28, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A startup in the UK is making huge waves by lowering the cost of robotic prostheses; using 3D printing technology. - A California electronics recycler is fighting to stay out of jail after he admitted to copying thousands of Windows reinstallation discs, to use with refurbished PCs. - AI researchers at Google have developed algorithms that can assess the risk of heart attacks by analyzing retinal scans. - A clock designed to run for 10,000 years is under construction.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 545
  • February 28, 2018
  • 24,513 Views and counting

Using PlexPi as a Personal Media Server

Last week we learned to build a PlexPi Media Server. This week, we'll learn to use it. With our movies, TV shows, music and home videos on a USB flash drive, we'll create our library and begin streaming to all our devices.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 139
  • March 2, 2018
  • 1,385 Views and counting

Prison Break - Part 1

As we start off in Acts 12, we find Peter imprisoned and the Church praying for him. This week we'll set the stage for what is to happen next: a miraculous prison break.

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  • From Episode 482
  • December 14, 2016
  • 83,905 Views and counting

4K Actioncam Showdown - DJI | Olympus | Garmin | Sony | Nikon | SJCAM

DJI Osmo 4K vs Olympus TG-Tracker vs Garmin Virb Ultra 30 vs Sony FDR-X3000 vs Nikon Keymission 170 vs SJCAM SJ500X - Actioncam Showdown Comparison of Six 2016-2017 4K Actioncams We'll introduce you to six hot actioncams for the 2016-2017 season, and demonstrate the quality of each.

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  • From Episode 544
  • February 21, 2018
  • 1,540 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of February 21, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - An IT worker who accidentally threw out a hard drive containing a small cache of bitcoin has lost over $100m because of the blunder. - Investigations have been launched after a helicopter reportedly crashed when swerving to avoid a consumer drone. - A Japanese company is planning to build the world's tallest wooden skyscraper in 2041 to mark its 350th anniversary. - A mountain of sensitive FedEx customer data has been exposed. - Microsoft has back-ported its “Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection” security toolkit from Windows 10, to Windows 7 and 8.1.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 544
  • February 21, 2018
  • 75,514 Views and counting

Plex on a Raspberry Pi 3 (In 2018)

Almost two years have passed since we last showed how to setup Plex Media Server on a Raspberry Pi 3, and a lot has changed in that time - including Debian/Raspbian upgrading to Stretch. So it is high time for us to show the process again since some of the steps have changed. Not only that, but we'll share with you our latest Raspberry Pi image, PlexPi, which gets you up and running with Plex on a Raspberry Pi 3 in just a few minutes.

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  • Scratch Game Coding for Kids
  • Episode 3
  • February 19, 2018
  • 266 Views and counting

Custom Code Blocks in Scratch

Mortimer teaches how to create custom code blocks in Scratch, such as the ability for your character to say custom text letter-by-letter, play different sounds, create smooth movement and change costumes on the fly using a custom input.

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  • From Episode 488
  • January 25, 2017
  • 18,528 Views and counting

NEW Star Trek: The Next Generation Bluetooth Combadge WITH STRONG MAGNET

It's finally here: A Star Trek: TNG Bluetooth communicator pin! But should you buy it when people have been complaining about the magnet not being strong enough? Let's unbox it, test it, begin learning some of the controls and MAKE THE MAGNET MUCH STRONGER.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 138
  • February 16, 2018
  • 1,417 Views and counting

The Winds of Change - Part 3

As we wrap up our series, we'll look at those God sends to mentor and guide us through the changes we face.

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  • From Episode 543
  • February 14, 2018
  • 8,885 Views and counting

ODROID XU4 vs Raspberry Pi 3 - Stress Test, Mining Monero and Network Interface Benchmark

Let's use stress-ng to test the CPU of both the Raspberry Pi 3 and the 8-core ODROID XU4Q. We'll also fire up iperf to see how well each board's ethernet adapter performs, and finally we'll run cat5tv-miners, which uses xmrig, to mine some Monero cryptocurrency and see how many H/s each board achieves using CPU mining.

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  • From Episode 543
  • February 14, 2018
  • 2,218 Views and counting

ODROID XU4 vs Raspberry Pi 3 - htop Quick Comparison

Let's take a quick look at what htop shows for a Raspberry Pi 3 vs an ODROID XU4Q as we prepare to do some side-by-side testing of these two single board computers.

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  • From Episode 543
  • February 14, 2018
  • 1,630 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of February 14, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - Is Amazon planning to track its employees? A patent has been granted for an ultrasonic wristband that can monitor a worker's every move. - Data on soldiers’ running patterns, captured by fitness app Strava, has been discovered to detail the secret whereabouts of military bases. - Best Buy has informed music companies that it will stop selling CDs this July. - YouTube is developing new policies to protect itself from the fallout caused by creators that are posting inappropriate content.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 543
  • February 14, 2018
  • 22,409 Views and counting

Raspberry Pi 3 vs. Odroid XU4Q

Robbie and Bekah fire up both a Raspberry Pi 3 and a Hardkernel Odroid XU4Q to see how each of these SBCs handle various tasks. From image editing to mining cryptocurrency, which mini computer will perform the best?

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 1,570 Views and counting

Open Banking in Canada - The Future of the Banking API with Don Duncan, NuData Security

Don Duncan, security engineer at NuData Security joins us to discuss how Open Banking is making its way to the Canadian banking industry. We'll discuss what the API brings to consumers in Canada and across the border, and what types of new security and being put in place to protect the currency we entrust to the banks.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 880 Views and counting

Viewer Can't Boot Linux From USB Flash Drive - Only Gets Grub

One of our viewers is having trouble getting Linux to boot from a USB flash drive, but we know their system boots from USB because it gets to the grub recovery mode prompt. Let's see if any of the suggestions we make can help. Share your own recommendations below.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 687 Views and counting

Size Comparison: Raspberry Pi 3 vs. ODROID XU4Q

Side-by-side, which is bigger: The Raspberry Pi 3 or the ODROID XU4Q?

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 1,517 Views and counting

Robbie Ferguson Breaks Down Net Neutrality and it Actually Makes Sense

When a viewer asked about ISP-provided QOS vs Net Neutrality, it opened up an interesting opportunity for Robbie Ferguson to provide a description of Net Neutrality that makes sense even if you don't understand the technical stuff.

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  • The Category5.TV Newsroom
  • From Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 382 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of February 7, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - The Samsung Group heir arrested last year in a corruption scandal in South Korea has been set free. - That didn't take long: someone has hacked Amazon Key, the lock that allows delivery drivers to open your front door and leave your packages inside. - LiDAR has once again unveiled a lost city, this time with over 60,000 Mayan houses in it. - UNICEF is turning to gamers in order to raise money through cryptocurrency mining.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 137
  • February 9, 2018
  • 1,417 Views and counting

The Winds of Change - Part 2

When Peter set about convincing the religious leaders of the time that God wanted to change the rules about gentiles in the Faith, imagine how many people felt uncomfortable with that. Change can be difficult for the best of us, and this week we evaluate how we react to change.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 542
  • February 7, 2018
  • 7,510 Views and counting

Open Banking

Don Duncan joins us from NuData Security to discuss Open Banking and how the bank system in Canada is evolving to this API-driven back-end.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 541
  • January 31, 2018
  • 1,602 Views and counting

Install Free Category5 TV Network Channel on Kodi Media Center

The bugs have been squashed and the Category5 TV Network is now available on Kodi! Watch Category5 Technology TV, New Every Day, The Category5.TV Newsroom, The Pixel Shadow, Scratch Coding For Kids, and MORE absolutely free.

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  • Category5 Technology TV (Clips)
  • From Episode 541
  • January 31, 2018
  • 1,604 Views and counting

Using GIMP to Crop, Scale, and Compress a Social Media Avatar

Social media have restrictions on things like dimensions, filesize, and aspect ratio. Using the free GNU Image Manipulation Program, we'll learn to create a perfectly square avatar, scale it down to the right size, and compress the file to a JPG for use on our profile.

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  • From Episode 541
  • January 31, 2018
  • 1,678 Views and counting

Top Stories for the Week of January 31, 2018

Here are the stories we're covering this week: - A company who sold fake followers to social media users is under investigation for the practice. - The largest cryptocurrency theft in history happened Friday in Japan, with a loss equivalent to $530 million USD. - Apple is making the slow down of old devices "optional". - Net neutrality will be enforced in New York under orders from the governor.

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  • New Every Day
  • Episode 136
  • February 2, 2018
  • 5,394 Views and counting

The Winds of Change - Part 1

When you determine change to be for the best, how do you go about convincing others? As we get back into the book of Acts, we find Paul repeats -- or reiterates -- how and why he changed his mind about the gentiles and sat down with Cornelius.

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  • Category5 Technology TV
  • Episode 541
  • January 31, 2018
  • 12,174 Views and counting

Category5 on Kodi (Take 2)

On Episode 513 we failed to demonstrate how to get Category5 working on Kodi thanks to an incompatibility. That's been fixed, so this week we'll tackle Kodi again; a fantastic media center application that supports the Category5 TV Network. Learn where to obtain our channel and how to install and use it. We'll also learn to create social media avatars using the GIMP.

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