The team at Leawo are inviting users to give their Blu-ray Player software a test run and in return you can get the software for free. Leawo Blu-ray Player is all-inclusive media player software to play back Blu-ray/DVD disc, common videos and up to 1080P HD videos smoothly on Windows 8. The software also supports Microsoft® Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7.
iTunes allows you to quickly create a playlist which you can create either manually by selecting files from your library or alternatively a smart playlist based on certain criteria. However, one lesser known feature is creating playlists from a folder on your hard drive. Creating a playlist from a folder is a simple two step process.
You may have figured that we here at Techtites have a thing for WordPress. And who can blame us, right? As a blogger there are many times I’ve thought about putting up a gallery of videos.
Facing a blank screen in your videos? Or maybe you can’t hear the audio playing? Today almost all avi movies are compressed with DivX, Xvid or similar codec packs.
Your music collection is growing and growing fast and after sometime you realize it is totally unmanageable. If you’re as particular at me, you’d like your music neatly tagged the files properly named and arranged, then this is one tool worth using. MediaMonkey is a music manager and jukebox for serious music collectors and iPod users.
If you love collecting movies and TV series, then after a while you realize that you’re just lost in the huge collection. Your CDs and DVDs start piling up and those hard disks get full. Searching through them takes a decade!
If there is one disease that I have, and it is my need for using different software for different purposes. This is especially true in the case of multimedia, i.e.
VLC media player is a highly portable multimedia player for various audio and video formats (MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, mp3, ogg, …) as well as DVDs, VCDs, and various streaming protocols. VLC media player comes with tonnes of features.
Have you ever opened up a video file only to get an error that it cannot be played. Or maybe you can at least hear the audio but see a blank screen. Well, in all probability you have the required codecs missing.
I’m very picky about how I play my music and videos and have several different media players installed that fulfil different purposes. One such player is jetAudio Basic which is my primary player for playing folders or playlists. jetAudio comes in a free Basic version and a paid Plus version.