Google Photos vs Amazon Photos

When working with a large number of photographs, it is often necessary to process several images on a computer at once. You can change the size, quality, and resolution of each image separately, but you have to spend a lot of time. To facilitate and speed up the process, there are several ways to help process multiple images at the same time.

What Should You Know about Google Photos and Amazon Photos?

Before you start working with amazon photo prints, create a new folder and move the copies of the photos to be edited there. This will guarantee the preservation of the original files. The first standard way to work with images is through an application that is part of the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft Office Picture Manager is used to work with pictures selected in a separate folder. We do it like this:

  1. Right-click on the image.
  2. We select “Open with”.
  3. Click on Microsoft Office Picture Manager.
  4. In the upper left corner, select the “Thumbnail View” option.
  5. We select the picture that we will change.
  6. Click “Change Pictures”.

Another free program that allows you to modify images and save them in the cloud, creating virtual archives. The software has a lot of additional features, is easy to install and manage: open the folder with the selected photos in the program, and select the pictures that will be edited through “transform selected”.

IPTV as an Important Element of Google and Amazon Photos

IPTV (IP-television) is television, organized in data transmission networks over IP. But in very simple words, IPTV is a technology for broadcasting TV channels on the Internet. While traditional television (analog or more modern digital) is broadcast by transmitting radio signals at special frequencies “over the air”, in the case of IPTV, the same wired networks are used on the basis of which the Internet is built.

IPTV can be compared, for example, with a video call, but “one way” (only we can see and hear the interlocutor, but he cannot). To organize such a “conversation”, our “interlocutor” must have a webcam, a computer, and a program that will receive a signal from the device and then transmit it to the Internet. We only need a computer and a program to receive this signal and then convert it into a video picture (one might say, Skype).

The operation of IP television follows approximately the same scheme, except that the source of the video signal is not our interlocutor, but the TV company. To create video content, instead of conventional webcams and home computers, professional video equipment and powerful computer servers are used, capable of organizing the broadcast of the TV channel for millions of viewers. In general terms, the principle of operation of IPTV is no different from a regular Skype conversation or (which is closer to IPTV) watching an online sweat video broadcast for its subscribers by some video blogger on Instagram or YouTube.

From a technical point of view, IPTV and Internet TV are almost identical. Simply by IPTV we mean the technology of digital TV transmission by cable operators who, instead of traditional cables (connected to a TV), began to use network cables connected to set-top boxes (or to a TV with a built-in set-top box). However, through simple manipulations, anyone can distribute the signal from the set-top box further into the network, “turning” paid cable/satellite TV into free, available for viewing without all kinds of decoders. Most likely, this is illegal (we did not delve into this issue).