Wreck-It Ralph is a cool new animated movie that tells the story of a video game villain who wants to be a hero and sets out to fulfill his dream. But his quest brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives. If you’ve watched the movie, you’ll note three key games that are highlighted throughout the movie.
If you find yourself frequently loading your iPod or Blackberry or any other portable device with audio and videos from CDs or DVDs, you’ll find the need for a multimedia converter. Format Factory is a free Windows audio, video and photo converter that supports a large range of formats for encoding and ripping. The software a wide range of multimedia formats including conversion to MP4/3GP/MPG/AVI/WMV/FLV/SWF and MP3/WMA/AMR/OGG/AAC/WAV.
For all your movie lovers out there, this one is a treat for you. Have your CDs and DVDs started piling up. Do you lend your these to friends regularly.
When I picked up my iPod Touch three months back, I did not know how much I’d fall in love with it. Since then I have used it less for listening to music and more for the various apps that the store has to offer. Apple recently revealed the brand new iPod Touch 4th generation.
Ever try to watch a multi-lingual movie or even a foreign movie or a movie dubbed in another language only to figure our you’re totally clueless about what is happening. That’s definitely happened with me. Fortunately, with most movie files you’ll usually find its associated subtitle files.
Quick Media Converter (QMC) is a universal video converter that was specifically designed to convert video formats to other video formats. QMC comes with two modes, viz. easy and expert.
Got that brand new music player that supports DivX files and you have the videos but in a language that, well, you need to read the subtitles. On the PC is it extremely simple as several media players have support for subtitle files. You can use AVIAddXSubs for adding the subtitles to your avi file.
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!