GizmoSlip is an innovative tech blog that reviews and tests the durability of devices in real world scenarios. If the devices survive, they are given away. If they fail, they are destroyed spectacularly. Plus, the drop test and destruction videos are featured in HD & ultra-slow motion video!
Want to make sure you never miss an episode? The best and only way to make that happen is by subscribing. Subscribing is easy and at Revision3, we've got a ton of options for you to choose from for your viewing preferences. Whether you want to watch your shows on your iPod, home theater TV or your computer, there's an option that will work for you. We've gathered all the various ways you can subscribe below, along with some simple instructions so you can take one step closer to never missing an episode!
There are two ways to subscribe - either by using the applications offered by some of our fantastic partners or via RSS feeds. Below you will find all your options explained, as well as instructions for each:
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GIZMOSLIP RSS FEEDS
RSS is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated works. They benefit readers who want to subscribe to timely updates into one place. Learn more about RSS.
Simply choose an available feed from the box on the right, based on your preferred file format and size, and copy/paste its URL into your favorite RSS reader. You'll never miss an episode!
You have many options when it comes to choosing an RSS reader. Here are our trusted picks - click below to get the reader:
We have quite a few file formats available for you to choose from when downloading an episode. When you're looking at the Download tab on an episode page or selecting a feed, here's what you'll find:
We recommend using our MP4 video formats, depending on your available bandwidth. These are H264 encodes, listed from highest to lowest bandwidth.
The following players/devices should work with any of the MP4 formats: PS3, Quicktime Player (Mac/Windows), VLC (Mac/Windows/Linux), mplayer (Mac/Windows/Linux), Windows Media Player (with ffdshow), Miro (Windows/Mac/Linux), iTunes (Mac/Windows)*
* iTunes will play any of these MP4 files, but HD media may not sync or play properly with older iPods/iPhones/AppleTV. If so, use Large instead.High Definition (HD): 30fps, 1280x720. Our highest quality media. Compatible with most newer devices including Roku, second-gen AppleTV, etc.
Audio Only: an audio-only MP3 file is suitable for listening on any program or device which can play MP3 files (which is most of them: iPod, Zune, Winamp, Windows Media Player, etc). Only limited shows produce this format.