Video codecs explained

From time to time, you get confused that PS4 supports AVI in the manual but you just couldn’t play AVI on PS4 via USB. And you originally thought that MP4 cound be played on any multimedia devices and media players but when you transferred MP4 to iPad, you couldn’t play the video. Why? What you Continue reading →

How To Remove Audio From Video? 

Removing audio from video is quite common in our daily life. However, in most cases, we need to remove sound from video and keep the pure video. If you search "Remove audio from video" in Google, you will find that there are many people having the need: Common Problems on Removing Audio from Video Q: Continue reading →

MKV Player for Mac – Can’t play MKV files on Mac OS X

MKV is no doubt a bellwether in the High-Definition world. It is an urgent demand for Mac users to play MKV movies on their Mac system. If you owned a Mac Book, you may find your MKV files couldn’t be played. Actually, the reason is that MKV is not a Mac native format. And Perian, a Continue reading →

Convert MOV from the After Effects to SWF files for Web

After editing your Blu-ray/DVD and other videos in After Effects, you can get some files in MOV format. So, how to share these mov files from After effects? To use MOV video for your web page, SWF format is probably the appropriate format. Because it is designed to be user friendly, cross platform with good compression and quality and mainly used for delivers vector graphics, text, video, and sound over the Internet. And below is a quick way to convert MOV Continue reading →

Useful Guide: Convert 2D Video/Movie to 3D MKV

“I have noticed that there have been many 3D video supported players with the popularity of 3D lifelike movies. I find a 2D movie (.MKV), and it works just fine at home. Now I want to see it at my friend’s house, and they have a 3D system. To have a theatrical 3D experience at Continue reading →

Lossless rip Blu-ray to MKV with Pavtube ByteCopy (Windows/Mac) upgraded version

Good news! As your best tool to rip and convert Blu-ray movies and DVDs to MKV container format with multiple audio tracks and subtitle sinclided, Pavrtube ByteCopy, both Windows and Mac version have updated to the new version! Windows Version: Version: 2.2.0 Supported OS: Windows 2003/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1 What’s new: * Support latest BD and DVD * Windows install Continue reading →

Pavtube iOS Data Recovery (for Win and Mac) is available as a Giveaway of the day!

Summary: Pavtube iOS Data Recovery software giveaway for iPhone/iPad/iPod users, users can backup and recover their lost data free with this giveaway. Pavtube Studio is Giveaway iOS Data Recovery on GiveawayOfTheDay.com on March 3, 2014.PavtubeiOS Data Recovery is the best iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and iTunes data recovery software, Users can now backup and restore their data for Continue reading →

10 problems with iOS 7, and how to fix them

Every new operating system has its issues and Apple’s iOS 7 is certainly no exception. We’ve seen a multitude of bug reports rolling in and, while many people have updated successfully, there’s no shortage of people encountering glitches or even major problems. We discussed how to prepare for and download iOS 7, and we’ve suggested some helpful Continue reading →

How to update your iPhone, iPad or iPod to iOS 7

iOS 7 represents a major update to Apple’s mobile operating system for the iPhone and iPad, and as long as your device isn’t more than around two years old you’ll be able to upgrade it to get some or all of the new features. iOS 7 will be available for the iPhone 4 and newer, Continue reading →

Four Hidden features in iOS 7

About a week ago, Apple released iOS 7 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch owners.The update, which included several new features and a completely revamped interface, marked the biggest face-lift the mobile operating system has seen since its debut in 2007. Features such as the new Command Center, revamped Camera app, added gestures, and redesigned Continue reading →

Guide: Install Android 4.3 Jelly Bean on your Nexus 7, Nexus 10, Nexus 4

Jelly Bean 4.3 isn’t a big update, and you might be happy to wait for Google to make available the update to your Nexus tablet, but we’re pretty impatient. Plus, we’re itching to try out the new ability to update user profiles with content restrictions, which is ideal if young children will be using the Continue reading →

How to make a DVD movie with subtitle by yourself

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There are kinds of video files in different video formats, like AVI, WMV, VOB, MKV, MTS… No matter where you got them, maybe it’s just a entire movie file you downloaded from websites. Anyway, they give you something meaningful or funny. Want to share the movie file with your relatives and friends or store the Continue reading →

Tutorial: The way turning Galaxy S4 into a universal remote

Powered by WatchOn (and Peel), the S4 is more than just a substitute clicker — it’s an intelligent companion that can change the way you surf channels, personalizing your experience based on your (and your friends’) interests. At least, that’s the promise. Here’s how to set up your S4 as a universal remote that controls your Continue reading →

New LoJack solution for Galaxy S4 makes theft meaningless

Summary: Current smartphone remote-wipe solutions protect your data, but a factory reset still works on the black market. LoJack has a solution that can’t be removed, rendering the device useless for thieves. Smartphone theft is out of control, especially when such theft leads to murder. The Huffington Post has reported that New York Attorney General Continue reading →

Encode Movies for Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 and Galaxy S4

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Samsung android devices support WMV9, WMV7, WMV8, H.264, MPEG4, Xvid, DivX, H.263, and VP8 video codecs. If your movie isn’t already in one of the supported formats or it’s still on a DVD or Blu-ray, you’ll need to encode/re-encode it first. As this post is titled, this article is mainly talking about how to get Continue reading →

Tutorial: How to mirror your Galaxy S4’s screen on your TV

Summary: Want to enjoy music, video, and games on the big screen via your Galaxy S4? Here this guide is special for you. Which is mainly talking about how to mirror your phone’s display on your TV. Despite the ever-increasing screen size on Samsung’s Galaxy line, some types of media beg for a sit-back, big-screen experience. Continue reading →