Emby Not Playing MP4/H.264 Files

The Emby Media Server is designed to organize, play and stream video and audio to a variety of devices. Emby also has the ability to convert your media during playback in order to make it compatible with all of your devices. Recently, a lot of people complain that they have problems to play certain MP4 Continue reading →

Playing MOV on DVD Player

Have some MOV files recorded with your camera or smartphone and wish to convert the MOV file type to play on a regular DVD player? The following article will show you how to get MOV files played on DVD player with the following 2 ways: – Burn MP4 to DVD disc for DVD player – Continue reading →

Batch Convert MP4 to VOB

Have some MP4 files shot with your camera, purchased or downloaded from online sites and wish to batch convert them to VOB files so that you can later burn them to DVD disc for viewing on your large screen TV via DVD player. Best MP4 to VOB Converter As a matter of fact, there are Continue reading →

Extract/Rip Audio from DVD Movies

For those people who want to listen to the audio portion from a particular DVD on a portable player, you’ll need to extract the audio from the DVD movies. The article below will show you how to extract different types of audio tracks with the best DVD to Audio extractor. DVD-Audio offers many possible configurations Continue reading →

Only 3 Day! Pavtube Offers 50% OFF ByteCopy for Upcoming Christmas to Copy 2D/3D Blu-ray & DVD movies

Pavtube today announces an official start of ByteCopy for Windows/Mac in the Round 1 phase of its Christmas promotion for All Facebook Fans. 50% Discount Coupon! Only 3 Day! Time-Limited! Rush to Buy! Reportedly 5 to 6 times faster as well as multi-track MKV/MP4/MOV output than a boatload of its competitors, this Windows-based program is eating up a bigger market share. Continue reading →

Video Game Review: 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil

EA Sports soccer game dribbles past next-gen consoles to give old-school gamers a kick. Maybe those old consoles still have a few tricks after all. We’re firmly in the Xbox One/PlayStation 4 era here in 2014, with most developers releasing titles on the next-gen machines, then doing simpler versions for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation Continue reading →