Showing posts with label Multimedia. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Multimedia. Show all posts

Picture Resizer 6.0

If you need to run a simple resize of a whole batch of JPG files then Picture Resizer is probably the easiest way to do it. Just rename the program's 389KB executable to indicate the size you need on the longest axis - PhotoResize640.exe if you're resizing from 800x600 to 640x480, say - then drag and drop the images onto the program and it'll resize them for you, storing the new versions in the same folder (Picture.jpg would become Picture-640.jpg).
You want to resize by a percentage, or without preserving the aspect ratio? Picture Resizer can do that, and more - the author's site explains all. 

How To Extract Audio From FLV Files Using VLC

This method allows you to extract the audio of FLV files (e.g. YouTube videos) using VLC and save it in MP3 format. I tested the instructions below with VLC on Mac OS X.
  1. Open the FLV file with VLC and stop it as soon as it starts playing.
  2. Open the VLC Wizard by clicking on File > Streaming/Exporting Wizard…
  3. Select Transcode/Save to file. Next
  4. Select your file from the Playlist. Next

Free AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, MKV Video Cutter (Splitter)

        Here we’ll show you how to cut videos into parts using a well-known video splitter called Free Video Cutter ( Download ). In some occasions, we would find a certain part of a video to be especially interesting. Instead of keeping the entire video, we can cut only the part that we like out of it and save the part as a new file. By doing so, you can save your hard disk space from storing full-sized videos when you can actually store only the parts you like. You can also share the cut parts with your friends easily since they are much more smaller in size. It definitely save your time when it comes to uploading the video parts to social networking sites such as Facebook

The scissor you need: Free Video Cutter

Free Video Cutter has been widely used for years now. It is a freeware that is able to split your video file into parts of your choice. A video cutter is also known as video splitter or video clipper. It has a very user-friendly interface as if a 5 years old boy would know how to use it. It supports most of the common video formats such as AVI, FLV, MP4, VOB, MKV, MPEG 1/2, MPEG4, DivX, Xvid, MOV and Flash video. This program also guarantees the quality of any output video.