WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is super fast, and it super works with practically any DVD. Yes, even Disney movies. I’m using it to rip all my DVDs to watch on my Apple TV and iPhone and upload to my media server. Read on to check out my review and screenshot tour.
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If you hate the bloated, restrictive environment of iTunes, then WinX MediaTrans is a speedy alternative that’s worth a try.
Time lapses are very enjoyable to watch. They are pretty hard to do though, right? Think again – time to make your own Time Lapse with our detailed guide.
HD Video Editing is easy with a powerful computer with a good GPU and a lot of RAM. If you have an older PC, check out this three part guide for HD video editing on it.
If you have to deal with buffering and other hiccups while watching Netflix on your computer, check out how to access the hidden diagnostics menu to fix it.
Buy a new car these days, and you’ll find an array of ports and audio/video interfaces at your disposal. Here are four groovy uses for them that you may not have thought of.
Windows Movie Maker lets you extract and save just the audio from a favorite video so you can listen to it on the go with your mobile device.
If you have a large collection of video files in MKV format, it’s hard to stream them throughout your home network to different devices. Use Handbrake to convert them to MP4.
When the Roku 3 was released, with it came a new user interface. The new UI has been making its way to the Roku 2 as well. Here’s how to update it and navigate the new look.
Want to save your hearing and stop annoyingly loud commercials on Hulu Plus an more? SoundLock is a free Windows utility that lets you set a maximum volume cap.
Is VLC player having stutter issues while streaming your media? Increasing the buffer cache might fix some of those video and audio stuttering problems.
Downloading YouTube videos for offline use can be a pain, so why not make it an automated Process? Miro is a free program that can do it for you.
The Apple TV 5.1 software update provides shared photo streams, new AirPlay features, iTunes account switching, new screen savers and more.
Watching video content in the highest resolution possible is always a groovy experience. If you use your iPad to watch iTunes Movie Trailers, you can make them always play in 1080p HD mode.