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.
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.
VideoInspector is a tool designed to provide you with as much information as possible about your video files. With VideoInspector you’ll know why your video files has no sound or refuses to play correctly. VideoInspector will help you installing the required CoDecs (coder/decoder software) for an optimal performance.
You have this whole stack of movies safely stored on DVDs. You could run into two issues. The DVD gets scratched and you lose your precious movie The DVD is for a specific region and your player doesn’t support it If you have sufficient hard disk space, then you can store the DVD on your disc and always burn it out in fresh.
This week on Multimedia Monday, we cover a rather small but handy tool. Audio/Video to Exe converts audio/video files to other audio/video formats or selfplaying-executables. The following formats can be converted into exe: 3gp, aac, ac3, aiff, asf, avi, exe, flac, flv, gif, m1v, m2v, m4v, mka, mkv, mov, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, mpg, nut, ogg, ra, rm, swf, vob, voc, wav, wma, wmv, wv, yuv Download from Download.