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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

5 Best Free Photo Slideshow Maker Software

With the widespread of large-screen smartphones and cameras, taking photos has been a daily work, especially in some big events like Christmas celebration, graduation ceremonies, birthday parties, etc. Photo slideshow software allows you to create a slideshow of your favorite or memorable photos from your collection and turn multiple images into a standard video file for playback on your PC or other media devices.

There are quite many basic programs that will help you present photos in a singular linear fashion, similar to whipping out a handful of snapshots and handing them to a usually disinterested spectator (family, relatives, or friends).  However, a more memorable slide show adopts more complex features (like motion, music, narration, titles, transitions, etc.) to help tell a story about the photos without the distraction of out-of-sequence and poor photos.  Today I would like to share 5 best free photo slideshow maker software tools to help you create photo slideshow in an easier way.

Photo Slideshow Maker

Photo Slideshow Maker is a free photo slideshow maker software program that allows you to create photo slideshow from photos in png, jpg, jpeg and bmp formats and then convert generated photo slideshows to 180+ formats for different media players and devices. The internal photo slideshow editor allows you to add/remove/replace/rotate photos, insert transition effect, apply background music and set music effect. The drawbacks of this Photo Slideshow Maker are it doesn’t add text and it is only free to create a photo slideshow video that is no more than 5 minutes.

Thursday, October 22, 2015

How to add a USB Blu-ray player to your computer for $41

With 1080P becoming popular for home movie entertainment, some of you are perhaps now looking to watch Blu-ray movies at home or even send your Blu-ray collection over to portable devices like iPad and iPhone for movable movie enjoying. However, the problem is that it’s not easy to find a cost-effective Blu-ray player and practical solution to send Blu-ray to portable devices like iOS devices.


Here is the easy part: Buy an LG 6x Blu-ray Player for just $40.99 with free shipping. It also burns CDs/DVDs, and media will even do some art on the cover. Oh, and it is USB bus-powered, so it is nice and portable.

Monday, October 12, 2015

How to Burn iTunes Video to DVD on Windows and Mac

As known to all, videos downloaded or purchased from iTunes store are protected by DRM from being converting to other formats and burning to DVD/Blu-ray content. With the DRM protection, you couldn’t convert iTunes videos and burn iTunes video to DVD for backup or playback on DVD player with family. However, where there is a problem, there is a solution. In this post, you will learn effective solutions on how to burn iTunes video to DVD on Mac and Windows in details.

To burn iTunes videos to DVD, you need first to remove DRM protection from iTunes videos. That means you need to get a DRM removal tool. This post includes 2 parts: the first part is about how to remove DRM protection from iTunes videos with the help of TunesKit, a professional DRM removal tool to remove DRM and convert iTunes M4V files, while the part 2 will tell you how to burn iTunes video to DVD on both Mac and Windows by using DVD Creator, a top-rated video to DVD burning program to burn any video to DVD. 

1. Remove DRM protection off iTunes M4V videos with TunesKit

Step 1: Add iTunes Video Files
Click the Add Files button or drag the iTunes files to the program. Click OK to load the videos.

Step 2: Customize Output Path
Click the Output drop-down list and select Change Directory option.

Step 3: Convert iTunes Videos
After adding the video files and customizing output path, just click the Convert button to start converting iTunes videos to MP4 format. At the same time, iTunes will be launched again if it has been closed after started together with the program.

Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Top 5 Best Video Players for iPhone 6S & iPhone 6S Plus

Just like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, the newly released iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus come with big screen display and better video image quality. Watching movies on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus would be an extremely wonderful experience. However, most iPhone 6S/6S Plus users who like to watch movies on their iPhone 6S/6S Plus would feel frustrated as the native video player of iPhone supports M4V, MP4 and MOV formats only. Most movies in other formats like MKV, AVI, FLV, etc. would not be played back on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus. That’s why many iPhone users are searching for solutions to play MKV, FLV, and other movies on iPhone 6S/6S Plus.


How to choose a good iPhone 6S (Plus) video player? Or what are the best video players for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus? Here are top 5 best iPhone 6S/6S Plus players, or in other word, 5 best iPhone 6S/6S Plus movie player solutions. These iPhone video players help you easily play back videos in any formats on iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

Monday, September 14, 2015

CD/DVD -R +R RW – what does it all mean?

One of our readers (in our suggestion box) asked for a walkthrough on the different types of CD and DVD.
Unfortunately, a full description of the differences between all of the CD and DVD formats would fill an entire book. There are many, many different types of physical media, methods for storing the data, methods for writing the data and media formats (MPEG-2, MP3, AVI, MP4, etc.)
But… since most people use just a few of the CD/DVD formats, we’ll cover just those. The most common formats are generically known as CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, CD-Audio, DVD-Video, and the newer HD DVD and Blu-ray discs.

Thursday, August 13, 2015

3 Ways to Burn ISO File to DVD on Mac and Windows

An ISO image is an archive file of an optical disc, a type of disk image composed of the data contents from every written sector on an optical disc, including the optical disc file system. ISO image files usually have a file extension of .iso. Users are able to download the ISO image, burn it to a DVD, then use it like traditional, physical DVD disc.

ISO images can be created from optical discs by disc imaging software, or from a collection of files by optical disc authoring software, or from a different disk image file by means of conversion. Software distributed on bootable discs is often available for download in ISO image format. And like any other ISO image, it may be written to an optical disc such as CD or DVD.

This post would show you 3 different methods to burn ISO image file to DVD disc on Mac and Windows computer. You could freely select the method that suits your needs most. These 3 ways would help you solve most ISO to DVD disc burning issues.

Friday, August 7, 2015

Top 5 Free DVD ISO Burners for Windows

An ISO image is an archive file or a disk image of an optical disc using a conventional International Organization for Standardization format. It is an unattached file format and merges a series of files into one single file according to a definite format.

There may be a time when you have an ISO image and you need to burn ISO file to a CD or DVD for use in a computer or other device. There are quite a few DVD ISO burners online that claim to burn ISO files to DVD disc on Windows computer. However, most of them would cost you a lot. Today, I would like to share 5 free DVD ISO burners for Windows.

ISO to DVD Copy

The online multimedia software solution provider Leawo Software offers Windows users a wonderful and free ISO burner program to burn ISO file to DVD disc on Windows within one click. That's ISO to DVD Copy. This DVD Copy not only offers free solution to help you directly copy ISO file to DVD disc, but also allows you to copy DVD discs or folders to computer hard drive or blank disc as well. Get a detailed guide on How to copy ISO to DVD disc in one click.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Top 5 DVD Authoring Software Apps

There are plenty of reasons you might want/need to put together a DVD. Sure, you might want to put together that family DVD to send to everyone at Christmas time - but there are also training videos, marketing materials, and even products. But without the right software, creating those DVDs would be an exercise in futility. For those on a tight-as-nails budget, I have found five free DVD authoring tools that are not only spot on for your spending limit, they are also fairly easy to use.

But will any of them meet your specific needs? Let's dive into the world of DVD authoring and find out. Remember, these aren't editors; you'll need your completed clips ready to use. With your video in hand, let's author some DVDs.

1. DVD Styler
DVD Styler is a cross-platform (Windows, Linux, Mac) authoring tool that allows you to convert your footage into a DVD-friendly format, but also create professional-quality DVD menus. The ability to create menus is especially important when creating marketing materials or products for your company. DVD Styler also features: Slideshow creation, add multiple titles and audio tracks, multiple supported video and audio formats (AVI, MOV, MP4, MPEG, OGG, WMV, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, Xvid, MP2, MP3, AC-3), use MPEG and VOB without having to re-encode, drag and drop interface, add buttons, text, and imported backgrounds to menus, and more. DVD Styler is open source and has a fairly shallow learning curve.

Monday, July 27, 2015

5 Free Blu-ray Player Software Apps

"Good free blu ray software? - I just got a new blu ray drive but it didn't come with software so I want to know if there is any good blu ray player program out there. I google and there is something call DAplayer... how is it?"

On the forum of blu-ray.com website, I came across this question. Playing Blu-ray movies on the go on a laptop or in the living room on an HTPC with a Blu-ray drive doesn't have to be difficult, but if you want true HD video quality and the experience of navigating disc extras and menus, you'll need a Blu-ray media player that's up to the task. With the fast improving of Blu-ray technology, finding a Blu-ray media player hardware is not hard at all, only if you are generous enough on high cost devices. However, there is another choice, making use of free Blu-ray player software. Here I would like to share 5 free Blu-ray player software apps.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

6 Best and Free Racing Games for iPhone

Racing games are so popular that it seems as if the need for speed is ingrained in our DNA. From hyper-realistic racing simulators to arcade smashfests and everything else in between, here are 10 best and free racing games for iPhone users.

Real Racing 3

Where better to start than with the iPhone's slickest and most realistic racer, the aptly titled Real Racing 3? Ditching the premium price model of earlier entries, the third offering tackles a free-to-play approach with tact, allowing you to spin through hundreds of events with dozens of licensed cars sans a required entry fee. Pumping in a few bucks adds helpful variety, though!

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

8 Tips to Clear Out Space On Your iPhone and iPad

A class action lawsuit was recently raised against Apple because their products very rarely have the storage space they are advertised with. For example, a 16GB iPhone will not have 16GB for you to use when you first set up the phone. As we download apps, sync music and capture photos, the amount of storage space available dwindles until one day we get the dreaded Storage Is Full message. But how can we free up space on our tech when there’s so much we need to store on them?

1. Check Your Usage

To figure of which of your apps is taking up most of those GB’s simply tap on Settings > General > Usage > Manage Storage and see which of your apps is taking up the most space. As you can see, most of my storage is taken up with music, photos and podcasts. Luckily our next few tips will help me free up some extra iPhone and iPad space!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

10 iPhone Tricks to Expand Your iPhone Battery Life

No doubt, iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the world. However, despite the phone’s amazing functionality and impressive hardware, iPhone battery life can run out pretty quickly if you leave some features running all the time. So here are ten simple tips to help you get the most out of your iPhone battery life.

Don’t play music

To extend your iPhone battery life, you’ll want to minimize the amount of work your iPhone is performing. The first and easiest way to do this is to turn off your music. Even when your screen is off, playing music drains your battery fast. If you can’t get to a charger and need to get every minute possible out of your battery life, turn off your music player.

Monday, March 16, 2015

How to enable WhatsApp voice calling on your iPhone

Jelly of the WhatsApp voice calling feature that Android users (well, at least rooted ones) can enjoy now? Can't wait with patience for the official WhatsApp voice call to arrive for your iPhone?

Fret not, as you can take it for a spin right now, as users are reporting that they can freely install the newest WhatsApp beta version from the company's website, and be on their merry way. Voice calls on the iPhone version of WhatsApp requires that you have version 2.11.17.444 of the messaging app, which is, unfortunately, still in beta. 

The version of WhatsApp that currently populates the App Store is 2.11.16, and this one doesn't include the calling feature. Here's what you need to do to get the new stuff:

1. Download and install the WhatsApp beta from your iPhone;

2. Make sure the people you are trying to call have the beta too, regardless of if they are on an Android handset, or an iPhone;

Top 10 Inspirational Easter Songs of All Time

Though there’s still plenty to enjoy about the Easter bunny and those baskets overflowing with chocolate characters or multi-colored jellybeans, sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in the symbols of spring rather than the real reason for celebration. Like Christmas, Easter’s true meaning does indeed get overlooked from the store aisles to some school systems and the work place, but when it’s all said and done, there’s no denying the day signifies the triumph of the risen Christ. With that victorious spirit in mind, here’s a look at “10 Top Inspirational Easter Songs” from the not too distant past through present day, as performed by several groundbreaking Christian artists (listed alphabetically) who’ve managed to perfectly summarize the holiday’s essence in a matter of minutes.

1. Carman’s “The Champion”

The Christian artist with the highest concert attendance in history continues to be known for his storytelling songs, accompanied by the theatrical depiction of several characters. Out of his 10 million album selling-plus catalogue, “The Champion” is amongst his most famous expressions as it dramatically chronicles Christ’s death on the cross, the enemy’s temporary satisfaction, followed by the thundering announcement of His glorious resurrection. “He has won, He has won/ He’s alive forever more/ He is risen, He is Lord.”

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Top 10 Easter Movies to Watch on Easter Sunday

If it's been years since you saw the famous chariot race in Ben-Hur, take the opportunity this Easter season to watch this classic film again, this time with your grandchildren. Or for the little ones, how about a showing of Yogi the Easter Bear? To help you decide which DVDs to rent, we compiled a list of nine of the best for the season. P.S.: Don't forget the microwave popcorn!

Easter Parade (1948)What it's about: A heartbroken Fred Astaire needs a new dance partner when fellow toe-tapper and love interest Ann Miller quits their duo to go solo. (Where's Ginger when you need her?) Fred teams up with a plucky chorus girl, Judy Garland, and they attempt to step their way to stardom in time for the next Easter Parade.Watch it with: Any youngster who's hooked on High School Musical and can appreciate the dance numbers and the “we're gonna make it big” mentality.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

14 Ways to Speed up Your iPhone - How to Speed up iPhones

All computing devices are prone to slowing down over time, as their memory fills up and extra software is installed, but the way iPhones use their memory makes them less prone to this than most.

It's possible that it just feels slower than it used to, because you've got used to what initially seemed dazzlingly quick operation, or have started to compare it to friends' newer, faster models.

But sometimes it's possible to make a direct comparison: when there's an app you used to enjoy but has since become unusably juddery. Such a situation is what led us to write this feature. The wonderful, super-fast game Super Hexagon demands lightning reflexes to survive, but the stuttering graphics on our iPhone 4 now make it impossible to play. We've also been seeing problems with the iPhone 4 handling Temple Run 2.

Here are some great methods to speed up an iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S or even iPhone 5, iPhone 5c or iPhone 5s, if you're not happy with the way it's running.

Tuesday, February 10, 2015

How to save and restore iPhone and iPad game progress data

Games for your iPhone and iPad can be pretty hefty. By the time a media-rich title’s done expanding after download, it can easily munch 1 GB or more of your storage space. Buy enough games and sooner or later your iOS device will be full — and because you can’t expand its storage, you’ll have to delete something to add anything new.

An added complication on iOS comes from the system deleting an app’s settings and data when the app itself is removed. This means if you’ve spent many months working your way through a game and you delete it, your progress will vanish in an instant. This tutorial provides methods for stopping that happening in the vast majority of cases.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

How to Tidy iTunes Music Library by Removing Duplicate iTunes Songs

Duplicated music files in iTunes can be a real pain. This foolproof guide to removing duplicate iTunes songs keeps your iTunes library fresh and clean.

We think iTunes is a fantastic music manager, and it has become much faster, cleaner and more interesting to use in recent years. However, one problem persists, that of duplicated audio files. Sometimes iTunes get multiple copies of the same song, or even two copies of the whole album. Duplicated files in iTunes are annoying because they waste space, make searching more complicated, and sometimes you end up playing the same song repeatedly.

Thursday, January 29, 2015

2 Ways to Take a Screenshot on iPhone or iPad

Why would you take a screenshot on an iPhone or iPad? For a journalist, the answer is obvious: they use screenshots to illustrate iOS apps and games so you can see what they look like, to show off features in iOS itself, and to illustrate individual steps in tech tutorials.
But screenshots can be also useful for all iPhone and iPad owners. You might use screenshots to show off to your friends: "Take a look at this incredible moment I engineered in the game XCOM," for instance. More practically, you might use a screenshot to show a tech-savvier friend a weird error message that was coming up, or a strange behavior your iPhone was exhibiting, so they can offer advice. The below are 2 ways to help you take screenshot on iPhone or iPad.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

3 Ways to Turn Off Keyboard Click Sounds on iOS 8

The system keyboard on the iPhone and iPad is great for typing, but by default the iOS keyboard makes a clicking noise every time you press a key. If you find iOS's keyboard clicks annoying you may want to switch them off. Help is at hand: here is our guide to turning off the iPhone and iPad's keyboard noises.

There are a few different techniques to getting rid of the keyboard clicks in iOS 8. Here are the three ways to mute your iOS keyboard:

Monday, January 26, 2015

6 Best Free DVD Player Software Apps for Windows 8

If you get a new Windows 8 computer, you might be surprised to find out that it won't play your DVDs as Microsoft, in its infinite wisdom, omitted this feature in the new version of the OS. Although optical media is going the way of the VHS tape, there's a lot of content out there that's not available for streaming or in compatible video formats. Hare are 6 free apps to get around the lack of native Windows DVD playback and let you enjoy your DVD collection.

Leawo’s free Blu-ray Player software acts like hardware Blu-ray player to play Blu-ray discs, folders and ISO files on PC to enhance your Blu-ray movie experience. As a quality lossless Blu-ray player software program, it could help you easily play back the latest released Blu-ray discs without quality loss. It’s also a free DVD player to play back DVD discs/folders, an ISO player to directly play back ISO files, a free video player to play up to 1080P HD videos and a free audio player to play even DTS-5.1 audio in lossless quality. During playback, this professional Blu-ray player software allows you to select/load subtitles and adjust video and audio. It even provides detailed playback navigation to let you fully control media playback. Leawo Blu-ray Player for Mac is also free on Mac OS X 10.6 and later.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

12 iPhone Tricks & Tips You Should Know

The iPhone is an impressive tool with hundreds of brilliant features, but there are several hidden features and tricks that you may not have realised existed – until now. Here, we've picked our favourite iPhone tips and tricks that can help you achieve things quicker and easier, and that you'll wish you'd known a long time ago.

1. iPhone keyboard tips #1
You've probably been using your iPhone's keyboard for ages without realising that it's actually easier than you thought to add symbols to your messages. Instead of tapping once on the 123 button and then again on the ABC button when you're done, you can tap and hold the 123 button, then slide your finger to select the symbol you want to insert. Once it's been added, your keyboard will automatically revert back to the letters keyboard.

12 Best Games to Play on the iPhone

You've got yourself an iPhone and you want to play some games on it. You might not want to just plunge into the App Store—it's a jungle, full of deadly spiders, wild animals, and bad games. Here, let us help you. Below, we've listed the 12 games we feel are a great starting point for iPhone gaming.

Here’s something unexpected: Rovio created something fun out of Star Wars’ prequel trilogy. The sequel to Angry Birds Star Wars improves on that game’s design ideas, with branching levels and character packs that let you swap out to try different strategies. And there are collectible toys now, too. Thankfully, you don’t need to buy tiny plastic toys to play this sharp sequel.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

How to use an Android device and NFC tag to turn on a Windows PC

You have a spare NFC tag laying around and you aren't sure how to use it? Here's an idea - power up your Windows PC using the tag and a NFC-enabled Android device. You'll only need 10-15 minutes, three apps on your device, and a simple configuration in your PC's wireless adapter settings.

First, open up your Windows Network and Sharing Center. Click Change adapter settings. Right click your active internet connection and select Properties. Click the Configure button to the right. Go to the Advanced tab, look for the option "Wake on Magic Packet", and set its Value to Enabled.
Next, you'll need to get your hands on your computer's IP and MAC addresses. No, you won't be hacking your own PC or anything. You'll just have to run a few simple commands. Hold down the Windows key and press the R key on your keyboard to launch the Run dialog box. In it, type "ipconfig /all" without the quotes. You'll get a command prompt window with a bunch of network data. If the window disappears too quickly, press the Windows + R keys again, type "cmd", hit Enter, then type "ipconfig /all" in the command prompt. What you need to write down are the Physical Address, IPv4 Address, and Subnet Mask values. Keep them near, you'll need them later. Also, your computer has to be on a Wi-Fi connection.

Monday, January 12, 2015

11 Tricks & Tips for Mac OS X 10.10 Yesomite

Apple's delivering some big changes to OS X. For the first time in over a decade, Apple’s desktop operating system has received a complete overhaul, leaving no pixel unturned. In OS X Yosemite, everything from the dock to the “stoplight” buttons have been given a visual makeover, but the changes in Yosemite go far below the surface. Even without any new apps to play with, Apple has given us plenty of things to explore, with an array of features that make OS X more intuitive and powerful than ever before. But if you could use some help adjusting to your new surroundings, pull up a chair and let us help you out.

Thursday, January 8, 2015

How to Convert Protected WMA Files to AAC Format via iTunes 12 on PC

The Windows Media Audio (WMA) format is a high-quality format that allows you to listen to music in a digital format with little to no quality loss. However, it is not the most compatible of formats, especially if you have an iPod personal music player. The Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) format is the preferred format for iPods as well as many other media players, and converting WMA files to AAC is a very simple process. 

Converting protected Windows Media files to AAC is useful if you wish to put protected WMA files on your iPod. This is because AAC is the proprietary audio format that Apple uses. To do this, you can utilize Windows Media Player and iTunes . Both audio programs are free and can be downloaded.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

How to Make Custom iPhone Ringtones Using iTunes 12 for Free

Unlike Android phones, you can’t just have any saved music file on your phones set as a ringtone for your iPhone. Creating custom ringtones for iPhone is not as simple as that on Android phones. In this short little post, that’s what we’re going to do: create custom ringtones in iTunes and sync created custom ringtones to your iPhone.

Step 1). Open iTunes and find that song that you want to make a ringtone out of. For safety, duplicate this and have it so if something goes wrong, you don’t end up losing that song.
Step 2). Now, right-click and select ‘Get Info’


Step 3). Select the Options tab and you have ‘Start’ and ‘Stop’ check boxes.

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