Setting up your GoPro 8

Hello everyone, in this article I will tell you how to customize CS: GO for yourself. And so we have two options: create our own Config, or use the config of a player. And so let’s start, your config will depend on your devices, we will consider the option with a large carpet, a gaming mouse, and a 16: 9 monitor. The most that neither is the standard.

First you need to adjust DPI. it is an abbreviation for “Dots Per Inch” and means dots per inch. If you have a regular mouse, you can skip this step. We go into the proprietary software of your mouse, in my case it’s SteelSeries. We play on Low sense, so that the set value of 400-800 DPI someone as comfortable. We don’t care about the meaning of Windows because we will use M_rawinput

Launch parameters

We go to the library and RMB on cs, select properties, set launch parameters.

And we insert parameters into the string (my parameters will suit almost everyone). Novid. freq 60.High.Full.Tickrate 128 rate 124000 cl_cmdrate 128.Console.M_rawinput.Noforcemaccel.Threads 4

-freq “number”. sets the refresh rate of the screen (specify your monitor hertz). For example:.Freq 120 exec “name of the config.Cfg file”. automatic start of configured high / low config. start the game with high or low priority. full /. fullscreen. fullscreen.windowed /. window /. sw /. startwindowed. running the game in windowed mode w. set the screen resolution width. For example:.W 1920.h. set the length of the screen resolution. For example:.H 1080.language english (russian, german, etc.). will set the game to the desired language. In the event that, for example, if the Steam client itself is in Russian, and for the game you want to select the English rate 124000.the maximum amount of data that the host can receive (bit / sec.) Cl_cmdrate is 128.the maximum amount (per second) sent to package server cl_updaterate 128. maximum number (per second) of requested updated packages from server noforcemspd. use mouse speed settings like in Windows.noforcemaccel. disable mouse acceleration. using mouse button settings like in Windows.threads. the number of processor cores used by the game m_rawinput. Sensei affect whether the Windows settings to settings igre.tickrate 128. The refresh rate. from the server (per second). server only. For example, when you create your server for shooting bots

Graphics settings

Here, the opinions of many differ, who say that 4: 3 is better, others say that 16: 9 is more visible, personally I play at 4: 3 with minimum and anti-aliasing, it’s more convenient for me. Set the brightness to max, on multi-core processing and full screen, no need for synchronization.

Game options

Make sure to turn on the developer console and Disable toggle on Raised weapons. And also adjust the radar a little to see more of the minimap.

Setting the sensitivity in the game

If your mouse has from 400 to 800 DPI, then it is better to put the meaning from 1.70 to 2.50. Disable mouse acceleration, and enable direct connection.

The COP can create any sight sight, for that I use the card out of the studio. We are looking for Counter Strike: Global Offensive in the workshop, and in the search engine we write crosshair. Download the first card in the list.

And so we go to the map alone. And we set up our sight if you know how, or we take ready-made sights of cybersportsmen.

You can also shoot bots here.

Setting up the console

As soon as we entered the game, click on Yo, if nothing happens, then turn it on in the settings. We write the following commands there: cl_interp 0 cl_interp_ratio 1 rate 128000

Naturally, the skill depends on your config, which means the better you set up cs, the more your skill will be. I think I posted the maximum amount of useful information. That’s all, dear readers.

POWER / MODE BUTTON. on the front of the GoPro HD Hero camcorder The POWER / MODE button turns the camera on and off. During camera operation, this button is used to switch between operating modes. Turning on the camcorder Press and hold the POWER / MODE button to turn on the camcorder. When turning on the camera, a beep will sound, which will sound 3 times. Turning off the camcorder To turn off the camcorder, press and hold the POWER / MODE button for two seconds. The camcorder is turned off signals beep sound yaky 7 times. Switching Operating Modes Press the POWER / MODE button while the camcorder is operating to switch the operating modes (movie, self-timer, photo, etc.). on the top of the camcorder The SHUTTER button is used to start / stop video or photo shooting. In the SET menu, this button is used to change settings. For more information, refer to the SETTINGS Menu section of this manual. The camcorder is shipped PARTLY charged battery. FOR BEST PERFORMANCE, IT IS RECOMMENDED TO DRAW THE BATTERIES FULLY AND THEN FULLY CHARGE HOWEVER, THE FIRST TIME ON THE NEW camcorder WITHOUT pre-charging the battery WILL NOT CAUSE THE BATTERY to malfunction. FOR MORE INFORMATION SEE. SECTION “CHARGING THE BATTERY”.

Recording a video Turn on the camera by pressing the POWER / MODE button. The camcorder will be turned on in VIDEO mode (default mode). The default resolution. 960 p (1280 × 960 pixels). For more information on resolution, see the SETTINGS Menu Section. Press the SHUTTER button to start video recording. The red LED on the front of the camera flashes during video recording. Press the SHUTTER button to stop movie recording. Video recording will stop automatically when the SD card is full or when the battery is depleted (approximately 2.25 hours when fully charged).

TRIPLE PHOTO MODE Press the POWER / MODE button until the three-frame icon appears. Press the SHUTTER button to take 3 consecutive shots at 2 second intervals.

(Flashing icon) AUTO PHOTO CAPTURE every “X” SECOND Press the POWER / MODE button until the Flashing camera icon appears. The default value. Automatic photo capture every 2 seconds Press the shutter button to start shooting. Press the shutter button again to stop shooting. For details on how to change the snapshot interval (every 2, 5, 10, 30 or 60 seconds), see the SETTINGS Menu section of this manual.

Taking a photo Hold down the POWER / MODE button until a clear, solid camera icon appears. Press the SHUTTER button to take a photo. A beep and a flashing red light will indicate the photo has been taken.

10 SECOND TIMER Press the POWER / MODE button until the 10 SECOND TIMER icon appears. Press the SHUTTER button and after 10 seconds the camera will automatically start taking a photo. A series of beeps and a flashing red light will mean that the photo has been taken.

SETTINGS menu ENTER SETTINGS MENU Press the POWER / MODE button until the SEТ icon appears. Press the SHUTTER button to access the SETTINGS menu. To go from one parameter to the second press POWER / MODE (power / mode).

SETTING THE MODE in which the camcorder WILL OPERATE IMMEDIATELY AFTER it is turned on You can select the mode in which the camcorder will operate immediately after it is turned on: Video, Photo, Triple Shot Sequence, or Photo Every “X” Seconds (Auto capture every “X” seconds):

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F (default setting) Video (F. is short for Filming)

P Single Shot Photo

3 Triple Shot Photo (Takes three photos at two second intervals)

PES Photo Every “X” Seconds

Press the SHUTTER button to move from one mode to the other. Press the POWER / MODE button to confirm and save the mode in which the camera will operate immediately after being turned on and which is currently displayed on the LCD.

SETTING VIDEO RESOLUTION The GoPro HD HERO supports the following resolution modes:

R1 16: 9 resolution WVGA (848×480) 60fps Small file size

R2 Video in Widest HD 16: 9 @ 30fps 720p (1280×720) When mounted to a vehicle or any other application where wide view is preferred over height.

R3 Widest HD video 16: 9 @ 60fps 720p (1280×720) Same features as r2, but super slow motion playback possible.

R4 (default) Tallest HD video Maximum overall view 4: 3960 pixels (1280×960) 30fps When mounted on a human body (chest), helmet, surfboard or parachute. This setting is different from all other wide viewing angle in the vertical plane.

R5 Full HD-format highest resolution 16: 9 1080p (1920 x 1080) 30fps Best choice for in-car camera photography. Restricted to 25% of the field of view (127 °) even when compared with 170 ° in other modes.

NOTE: the enable modes are designated as r1, r2, r3, r4 and r5 (with the “r” prefix) in the SET (PARAMETERS) menu only, and 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 (without the “r” prefix) in the lower left corner of the LCD when not in the SET menu. For example, see. Figure in the previous section, “Status Icons on the LCD”. Press the SHUTTER button to switch from one resolution mode to the other. Press the POWER / MODE button to confirm and save the mode currently displayed on the LCD.

SETTING THE EXPOSURE PARAMETERS

The choice of exposure option Spot Meter or Center Weighted Average Meter depends on the lighting:

Cnt (default) Center-weighted metering is best for both indoor and outdoor shooting under normal lighting conditions.

SptThis icon appears on the LCD when spot metering is active. Spot metering is mainly used when shooting inside a car. Spot metering only reads information from the center of the frame (for example, the road, not the interior of the car). When filming inside a car (such as a driver), select Cnt (center-weighted metering).

Press the SHUTTER button to move from one parameter to the second. Press the POWER / MODE button to confirm and save the option currently displayed on the LCD. Shooting an Upside Down Image (If your camera does not have this option, go to go-pro.Ru and download for free (see the updater to get this feature.) If you need to flip the camera to get a good photo or video angle, you can program the camera to save the photo or video upside down so that when viewed on a computer or TV, the photo is upright. This eliminates the need to flip photos or videos on your computer later.

UP (default setting) saves photos and videos in a standard “upright” position.

Upd saves photos and videos upside down so that when viewed on a computer or TV will be in the “upright” position. The camcorder and photo icons will flash quickly on the LCD to remind you to save photos and videos in inverted mode.

Press the SHUTTER button to switch between UP / UPd parameters. Press the POWER / MODE button to confirm and save the option currently displayed on the LCD.

Selecting the time interval BETWEEN the pictures are taken (AFTER 2, 5, 10, 30, 60 seconds) You can continuously take pictures every 2, 5, 10, 30, or 60 seconds in the “Auto photo every X seconds” mode. The P2 icon means the photo will be taken every 2 seconds. This setting is set by default. You can press the SHUTTER button to switch between the following options: P2 / P5 / P10 / P30 / P60 Takes photos at 2/5/10/30 / or 60 seconds intervals Press the SHUTTER button to switch between options. To confirm and save the option currently displayed on the LCD, press the POWER / MODE button.

SELECTING RED LED blinking ON / OFF You can set the red LED blinking during shooting or disable it for the duration: bLO (default setting) red LED blinking ON bLF red LED blinking OFF Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between options. and save the option currently displayed on the LCD, press the POWER / MODE button

MODE Beep ON / OFF You can set the beep to sound or not beep: bLO (default setting) Beep ON bPF Beep OFF Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between the options To confirm and save the option currently displayed on the LCD, press the POWER / MODE button.

SELECTING NTSC / PAL SETTINGS This function controls the playback of video from the camcorder to the TV. Select the nSC (NTSC) icon when watching on TV in North America Select the PAL icon when watching on PAL television (for worldwide televisions other than North America). Nsc (default setting) TV setting for NTSC for North America PAL Setting for TV for PAL for TV worldwide except North America Press SHUTTER to switch between options. Press the POWER / MODE button to confirm and save the option currently displayed on the LCD.

DELETING THE LAST SAVED FILE When the LSt icon appears on the LCD, you can delete the file Saved on the SD memory card: LSt To delete the last file, press the SHUTTER button when the LSt icon appears on the display. The LSt icon will flash as a warning. Lst (flash) TO CHOOSE NO DELETE The LSt icon will flash for 5 seconds. If you do not press the buttons. The LSt icon will stop flashing and files will NOT be deleted. You can press the POWER / MODE button to move to the next item in the SET menu. Lst (blinks) TO CHOOSE YES DELETE Pressing the shutter button while the LSt icon is blinking will delete the last Saved file from the SD memory card.

DELETING ALL FILES AND FORMATTING THE SD CARD When ALL appears on the LCD, you can delete all files and format the SD card: ALL To delete all files and format the SD card, press the SHUT-TER button when ALL icon. The ALL icon will flash as a warning ALL (flash) TO CHOOSE NO FORMAT The ALL icon will flash for 5 seconds. If you do not press the buttons. The ALL icon will stop flashing and the SD memory card will NOT be formatted. You can press the POWER / MODE button to move to the next item in the SET menu. ALL (blinks) TO CHOOSE YES FORMAT If you press the shutter button while the ALL icon is blinking, the SD memory card will be formatted and all files will be lost and data. IMPORTANT: this function will format your memory card and all data will be deleted from the memory card.

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CONFIGURING THE AUTOMATIC SHUTDOWN OF THE GOPRO HD HERO You can program the camera to turn off automatically after 60, 120, 300 seconds, or if you select OFF in the settings, leave the manual shutdown mode. OFF (default setting) the camcorder is turned off manually. 60 The camcorder turns off 60 seconds after the last button press (except for video recording or automatic photo shooting). 120 The camcorder turns off 120 seconds (2 minutes) after the last button press (except for video recording or 300 seconds (5 minutes) after the last button press (except for video recording or automatic photo shooting). Press the SHUTTER button to toggle between the options. To confirm and save the option, which is currently displayed on LCD, press the POWER / MODE button.

SETTING THE TIME AND DATE You can set the time and date on the camcorder while using the battery. Removing the battery will reset the settings: dAt when dAt appears on the screen, press the SHUTTER button to set the time and date. Y09. Y30 Press the POWER / MODE button to toggle from Y09 (2009) to Y30 (2030). Press the SHUTTER button to go to the next data setting. 01.12 Press the POWER / MODE button to toggle from 01 (January) to 12 (December). Press the SHUTTER button to go to the next data setting. D01. D31 Press the POWER / MODE button to toggle from d01 (1st day of the month) to d31 (31st day of the month). Press the SHUTTER button to go to the next data setting H00-H23 Press the POWER / MODE button to toggle from H00 (12 a.M.) to H23 (11 p.M.). Press the SHUTTER button to go to the next data setting. 00. 59 Press the POWER / MODE POWER / MODE button to toggle from 00 (0 minutes) to 59 (59 minutes). Press the SHUTTER button to go to the next data setting. Selecting the “minutes” setting and pressing the SHUTTER button returns to the SEt icon of the SETTINGS menu.

EXIT THE SETTINGS MENU When the ESC icon appears on the display, press the SHUT-TER button to exit the SETTINGS menu.

Connecting the CAMERA / CHARGING THE BATTERY SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS The GoPro HD HERO camcorder is compatible with Microsoft® Me / 2000 / XP / VISTA or later, and Mac OS X 10.2 or later. The camera is connected to any standard video or HDTV connector that has RCA or RGB (Component) ports for high quality playback. Hardware and software requirements for Full HD 1080p 720p 60fps playback: Microsoft OS Windows® XP (Service Pack 2 or later) or Vista Pentium 4 processor 3.2 GHz or higher Direct X 9.0c or higher RAM at least 1 GB Video RAM at least 256 MB Macintosh hardware and software requirements for Full HD playback 1080 dots and 720 dots 60 frames per second: Mac OS® X v10.4.11 or later Processor Intel Core Duo 2.0 GHz or higher RAM at least 1 GB Video RAM at least 128 MB

If you are having problems playing back images on your computer, the GoPro HD HERO camcorder can be connected directly to any standard video or HDTV connector that has RCA or RGB (component) ports. The GoPro HD HERO camcorder provides high quality playback when connected to a TV, and when using component (RGB) cables to reproduce high definition (HD) images, the playback quality will not differ from the playback quality on a computer.

USING THE SD MEMORY The GoPro HD HERO is compatible with 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, and 32GB SD cards and SDHC memory cards. Although the camera supports any high bit rate memory card format, GoPro recommends using Class 4 or higher memory cards to ensure high quality video footage. GoPro testing has confirmed that SD and SDHC memory cards are more reliable in high vibration environments. Insert the SD memory card into the appropriate slot on the side of the camera with the label facing up. A click indicates that the SD memory card is inserted correctly. When inserting, lightly push the memory card in. To remove the memory card, push and release it so that the memory card pops out of the slot.

TRANSFERRING VIDEOS AND PHOTOS TO A COMPUTER For PCs with WINDOWS operating system: 1) Connect the camcorder to the computer using the supplied USB cable. 2) Turn on the camera, press the POWER / MODE button. The LCD will display “USB”. 3) Double-click to open the “My Computer” folder, where the “Removable Disk” icon is displayed. If it is missing, close the “My Computer” folder and open it again, after which the “Removable Disk” icon should appear. 4) Double-click on the “Removable Disk” icon. 5) In the opened window, double-click on “DCIM”. 6) Then double-click on the “100MEDIA” icon. 7) Photo and video files are displayed in the “100MEDIA” folder. 8) Copy photos and video files to the hard disk or view them with a double click.

For MAC operating system: Connect the camcorder directly to a MAC operating system using the supplied USB cable, and the MAC OS will recognize the camera as an external hard disk. IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MAC OS USERS Before deleting files from the SD memory card, you must empty the Trash before ejecting memory card or disconnecting the camera from the computer. If you do not empty the “Trash”, then photo and video files will NOT be completely deleted from the SD memory card.

CHARGING THE BATTERY When the battery is low, “bAt” will appear on the LCD, the last recorded file will be saved before turning off the camera. Now you need to charge the battery. 1) Connect the camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable. 2) The red indicator on the camera’s display will turn on, indicating that the battery is charging. 3) After the battery is charged, the red indicator will turn off 4) When connected to the USB port of the computer after 2 hours the battery is 80% charged. After 4 hours the battery will be 100% charged. 5) When using a wall charger or car charger compatible with 1000mAh USB charger, after 1 hour the battery will be 80% charged. After 2 hours, the battery will be 100% charged. For simultaneous battery charging and video / photo recording, the free downloadable software updated will allow you to charge the battery when recording video or taking photos if the camera is connected to a wall charger or car charger. detailed information is presented on the website go-pro.Ru.

Removing the BATTERY FROM the camcorder The battery is designed to fit snugly to minimize displacement in high vibration environments. To remove the battery, squeeze the edges of the battery and pull it out of the camera. Since the battery is tightly seated, some force is needed to remove it. In most cases it is necessary to remove the battery. Please be aware that removing the battery will reset the time and date settings. Visit 5baksov.com.Ua to purchase additional rechargeable batteries and accessories for your camcorder. Connecting BAKPAC ™ Expansion Modules to the HERO BUS A port located on the back of the camera is called the HERO BUS expansion port. The following accessories for Bakpac expansion modules will be available from 2010: Battery Bakpac doubles the recording time and Bakpac LCD display allows (preview) video recording. Bakpac expansion modules are equipped with additional back case covers, which allows Bakpac rechargeable battery to be installed in the case, do not let water get inside. Connecting the camcorder to a TV OR HDTV connector Make sure the camcorder is connected to a TV with NTSC or PAL playback mode. Otherwise, the camera will not work properly. For more information, see the SETTINGS menu section of this manual.

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STEPS to view PHOTOS AND VIDEOS ON TV OR THROUGH HDTV connector1) Connect the camcorder to the RCA or RGB (component) ports of your TV or to the HDTV connector using the supplied cables. The images on the side of the camera indicate the connectors for the respective cables. 2) To connect to HDTV connector, you need to use RCA audio cables and component (RGB) cables. for high definition video signal. 3) After connecting the video camera, turn it on. 4) The screen will display the last video saved on the SD memory card. 5) Press the POWER / MODE button to go to the next video file. Press the SHUTTER button to return to the previous video file. 6) Press and hold the POW-ER / MODE button for 2 seconds to switch to Photo View mode. 7) Press the POWER / MODE button to go to the next photo. 8) To return to the previous photo, press the SHUTTER button. 9) If you want to return to the video playback mode, press and hold the POWER button for 2 seconds / MODE. 10) When finished, disconnect the camcorder from the TV and turn it off.

Devices and Applications

Do you want to take full advantage of the Kyivstar TV service? Here are some simple solutions to help you get the most out of your experience and comfort.

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Kyivstar TV for Smart TV. how to connect?

Owners of Samsung Smart TV and LG Smart TV, as well as TVs Philips, Sony, Kivi, Ergo and others with Android TV OS version 6.0 and higher can download a special Kyivstar TV application from the Application Store on the TV. Below video instructions for connection:

How to use Kyivstar TV on Smart TV and Android TV:

You need to make sure that your TV is included in the list of SMART TVs that support work with the Kyivstar TV platform.

The TV was turned on and connected to the internet.

According to the instructions for the TV, enter the “App Store”.

Through the “Search” menu, find the “Kyivstar TV” application by the search words “Kyivstar TV” or “Kyivstar TV” or “Kyivstar TV”.

Select the Kyivstar TV application and click on its icon to go to the application page or Kyivstar TV for Android TV.

On the Kyivstar TV application page, select the Install option. After installing the application, the Kyivstar TV icon will appear in the main menu of SMART TV.

According to the instructions for the TV enter the main menu SMART TV.

Select the Kyivstar TV icon and click it to launch the installed application.

For the final activation of the Kyivstar TV service, you need to enter the login and password received in the Kyivstar SMS-message. To do this, go to the “MY TV” section and enter them.

Go to the TV section to watch TV channels, or to the Movies / Series / My TV sections to watch movies from the video library.

You need to make sure that your TV is included in the list of SMART TVs that support work with the Kyivstar TV platform.

This requires:

  • Check that the TV is running on a platform from the list below.
  • According to the instructions for the TV, enter the “Application Store”.
  • Through the search menu, find the application “Kyivstar TV” by the search words “Kyivstar TV”, “Kyivstar TV” or “Kyivstar TV”.
  • Lineup of the yearplatformHome TV app on LG StoreSMART TV interface updates to version 2.0
    2012NetCast 3.0Available on select modelsavailableThese models lack the functions: Watch over (Start over), Pause and TV archive (deferred viewing).
    2013NetCast 4.0Available on select modelsavailable
    2014NetCast 4.5Available on select modelsavailable
    2015NetCast 4.5Available on select modelsavailable
    2014webOS 1.0Available on all modelsavailable
    2015webOS 2.0Available on all modelsavailable
    2016webOS 3.0Available on select modelsavailable
    2017webOS 3.5Available on select modelsavailable
    2018webOS 4.0Available on all modelsavailable
    2019webOS 4.5Available on all modelsavailable
    On some 2012 and 2013 models (the models are shown in the table below), the application update to version 2.0 is available, but the features are missing: Watch over, Pause and TV archive. Note! The list of TVs in the table lists the same models with different diagonals (the diagonal size corresponds to the first two numbers in the name).
    20132012
    LG 55EA980047LM9600, 55LM9600, 84LM9600, 47LM960V, 55LM960V, 84LM960V
    LG 84LM960 (LG 65LM960, LG 55LM960)47LM8600. 55LM8600, 42LM860V, 47LM860V, 55LM860V
    47LA960V, 55LA960V47LM7600, 55LM7600, 42LM760T, 47LM760T, 55LM760T
    LG LA8600 / LA860V: 42LA860V, 47LA860V, 55LA860V 60LA860V, 70LA860V47LM6700, 5LM6700, 42LM670T, 47LM670T, 55LM670T
    47LA790V, 55LA790V42LM6200, 47LM6200, 55LM6200, 65LM6200, 42LM620T, 47LM620T, 55LM620T
    42LA740S, 47LA740S, 55LA740S, 60LA740S50PM9700, 60PM9700, 50PM970T, 60PM970T
    42LA690S, 47LA690S, 55LA690S50PM6700, 60PM6700, 50PM670T, 60PM670T
    32LA660S, 42LA660S, 47LA660S, 50LA660, 55LA66042PM4700, 50PM470, 42PM470T, 50PM470T
    GA7900, GA6400
    32LA620S, 39LA620S, 42LA620S, 47LA620S, 50LA620S, 55LA620S, 60LA620
    32LN570V, 39LN570V, 42LN570V, 47LN570V, 50LN570V, 55LN570V, 60LN570
    LG 50PH670, LG 60PH670
    Lineup of the yearplatformAvailability of Home TV app in Samsung StoreSMART TV interface updates to version 2.0
    2011OrsayAvailable on select modelsnot availableOn Samsung TVs 2013 and earlier, the SMART TV interface update to version 2.0 is not available (for these models, the application version 1.0 will be available for download).
    2012OrsayAvailable on select modelsnot available
    2013OrsayAvailable on select modelsavailable
    2014OrsayAvailable on select modelsavailable
    2015OrsayAvailable on select modelsavailable
    2015Tizen 2.3Available on select modelsavailable
    2016Tizen 2.4Available on all modelsComing soon
    2017Tizen 3.0Available on select modelsComing soon
    2018Tizen 4.0Available on all modelsavailable
    2019Tizen 4.0Available on all modelsavailable

    TVs of brands Philips, Sony, Ergo, Kivi and others with Android TV OS versions 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0, as well as Android TV, for example, Mi Box.