This morning, SM Entertainment just released another goodie, aside from the Run Devil run dance version, for SONEs and non-SONEs who are interested in SNSD’s japanese “all-kill” operation. As I’ve mentioned before, SNSD’s sales might be donated to the victims of the tsunami. In anyway, the girls and the company worked so hard that fans became so excited after learning about the new video. Let’s take a look:
[Credits to: iLoveShisus]
As you can see, the girls’ outfit are similar to those traffic enforcer and taxi drivers-alike. The concept is indeed well-presented, with matching video in the background as well as a lot of cool new dance moves by the girls. To think that the song itself is well-composed and is very catchy, the video, even if its just the dance version, matches well with the song. Hopefully SONEs can still wait for the Full HD and the real final video after watching this recently released stuff. Oh, and I’m a SONE! 🙂
|> Bleeding Through – Love in Slow Motion
This video was taken back in 2010 during our shopping at Duty Free Phils.
|> In Flames – Vacuum
Title: 닮은 사랑 (Trance Pop Version)
Artist: 서진영 (Seo Jin Young)
Album: Forbidden Love OST (2004)
Genre: Trance, Pop, K-Pop
Taken from the ending and credits of the 2004 South-Korean action/drama, Forbidden Love.
More Information about Forbidden Love can be found here.
|> Metallica – (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth
Title: I Love You
Artist: Girls’ Generation (Tae Yeon)
Album: Athena OST (2010)
Genre: K-Pop; Ballad
Clips from the 2006 South-Korean fantasy movie, The Restless.
|> Ozzy Osbourne – Paranoid (Live)
Last night, I was able to illegally download all of my favorite K-Pop songs through this downloading site named, Jenpoo.com. It wasn’t the first time I’ve been there. It was a great site and I would really recommend it to you, coz’ there, you will be able to browse all your favorite K-Pop artists and download each of their EPs and LPs. All are organized, except today, just right now, I tried to go there but all I’ve seen in my new-ly updated Mozilla Firefox (3.6.9) with Dante’s Inferno – Limbo persona, is this:
I have the feeling, even in the past, that this site will shut down in the near future. Illegal downloading is still illegal. Authorities still do their things, however, they’re still slow. Let us not include what Sony did to those black hat hackers who hacked the PS3 and released this so-called USB modchip. They did an awesome job. With just a quick firmware update to 3.42, the jailbreak have gone to hell, and I hope it will never ever go back to us.
Rest in Peace Jenpoo. I know you guys who are working on that site will be back with a new name, new layout and better environment. I’m sure I will be able to find the links myself, with just the help of my favorite Google search ^^
~End of Story~
|> Girls’ Generation – I Can’t Bear Anymore
Ok, first of all, this topic concerns my little sister that’s why I need to post it in a very nice way. For everyone’s information, the Nokia 5530 XpressMusic phone does inherited some existing features of the older but more superb 5800. They both have touch resistive screens, capable of displaying 16.7million colors with maximum resolution of 640×360 (not HD, but enough to be HQ in your palm). As for video capturing, it can capture 3gp videos in 30fps (yes, 30fps ^^).
So now, i’m gonna show you how to convert HD/HQ videos to your 5530 handset.
What you need:
– A fully-working video converter (For this tutorial, we’ll be using Koyotesoft’s Free Video Converter)
– USB data cable
– Nokia 5530 handset
– Computer with Internet Access
Setting up the converter:
1. Download Free Video Converter HERE
3. Run Free Video Converter (Start > All Programs > Free Video Converter)
4. Choose English as Default language when prompted
5. You’re now on the main page of the converter, and somehow may look like this
6. Click the “Add Files” on the upper left corner to add video files you wish to convert. You can also just drag n’ drop the files to the app.
7. Highlight the video file you wish to convert and configure the output file with these settings:
Output Format: Mp4
Size: 640×360 (Note: you need to click the icon beside the drop-down list box; Uncheck the “Lock Height to match Aspect”; Input the following: Width: “640” Height” “360” and click OK)
Aspect: 16:9 (4:3 is for SDTV; 5:4 is for SDTV also; 16:9 is for Widescreen)
Fps: 29.97 (This concerns the rate of motion of the video. The lower, the laggy-er. We used 29.97 because the source file’s framerate is 29.97fps. So, if your source file is 30fps, change it to 30fps. Same goes to 15fps and 23fps)
Bitrate: We’ll be using 1500kbps here (Note that the higher the bitrate, the larger the file and the better the quality)
Bitrate: 128 (I suggest to use any bitrate higher than 96kbps. 128kbps is CD quality; 64kbps is Radio quality;)
8. Click the Output file Tab and click browse. Here you’ll be assigning which folder path you want the output file to be saved to. In this tutorial, we’ll be using the default desktop path “C:\Users\kenokenopi\Desktop”, meaning, once the conversion is finished, you can find the .mp4 file in the Desktop.
9. Now it’s time to convert. Click the “Convert Video” from the upper portion of the app. This will take minutes, depending on the performance of your processor. Mine’s Intel Core i7 920, and it took about a minute or two.
Important Note: If you want to convert the video faster, uncheck the “preview video during conversion” box. It’ll be a help.
Now we’re done. If you’re not satisfied with the quality of the video, you can mind changing the bitrate higher.
I also uploaded the file in mediafire:
[PERF][SBS Inkigayo] Girls’ Generation – Oh! + Run Devil Run.mp4 —> uploaded by me
Credits: GSMarena.com (for the 5530 official picture)
Thanks a bunch for viewing ^_^
|> ZE:A – Level Up!