Thursday, April 14, 2011

4Media MP4 to MP3 Converter

4Media MP4 to MP3 Converter is a picked MP4 to MP3 converter software, which will enable you to convert MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, WMV, AVI, MP4, 3GPP, 3G2, MOV, RM, RMVB, OGG, DV, H.264 files to the audio files such as MP3, WAV, AC3, WMA, M4A, OGG, AAC etc simply and swiftly. It works with any generation MP3 player, portable media or MP4 player quite well even includes the Young-Stars such as Zune, iPod shuffle, iPod nano, iriver PMP-100, Creative Zen Vision etc.

New features:
1. Makes the built-in player resizable (Switch the zoom mode between 4:3 and 16:9)
2. Supports CD decoding
3. Offers the function of power management
4. Install 4Media toolbar.

Features of 4Media MP4 to MP3 Converter include:
1. Control the number of processed cores even during conversion.
2. You can freely select CBR/VBR output format for certain profiles.
3. Add function of volume control.
4. The software supports multithreading and batch conversion, so the conversion speed is super fast.
5. It is easy to handle the software. You can pause, stop and continue the conversion at any moment.
6. During the conversion you are free to use the default settings or set parameters of video and audio codec by yourself. You can select the compression method, sample rate, bitrate, stereo or mono when converting to WAV.
7. You can also copy ID3 tag between audio formats.
8. Furthermore the MP4 to MP3 converter allows users to select whether delete the original files.
9. Common-use and advanced settings for profiles are offered to meet different customers' needs.
10. Customizing the output file size with a Bitrate Calculator tool is available now; Function of creating video from pictures is added.
11. Set various profiles from the same source file for outputting to facilitate your conversion.
12. Support running the program in the background for your convenience.

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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Crazy Dream: Scape for iOS Looks Positively Unreal

What you see here to the right is the first-look trailer for dream:scape for iOS, an indie iPad or iPhone game from Speedbump Studios.

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion GM 0n The Way

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion is on the way, and it would be on the Mac App Store, there will have multiple versions of the same as iOS 4.2, the upcoming upgrade will be named Mac OS X 10.7 Lion GM1. 

4Media IPad Max Platinum Reviews

"4Media iPad Max Platinum is an all-in-one iPad solution from 4media Software Studio. It will meet all your need for your Apple iPad, iPhone and iPod devices. It can backup music, movies, photos, books and iPhone ringtones in iPad/ iPod/iPhone to PC or iTunes."

Reviewed by Climent

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Adobe Announces Creative Suite 5.5

Adobe Systems announced an update to its Adobe Creative Suite 5 software, which for the first time will be available by way of monthly subscriptions.

Winklevoss Twins Compensation Appeal Rejected

The Winklevoss twins lost an appeal regarding the size of the compensation received from Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. The twins had originally received a ‘cash and stock’ settlement worth $65 million, a figure they believed to...

Google Rolls Out Panda Globally

Google has announced that it is releasing Panda globally, and it will also take users' blocking data into account when it comes to search rankings.

Steve Jobs Authorizes Biography Coming in 2012

An authorized biography about Apple visionary Steve Jobs will be published in early 2012. The book will be called "iSteve: A Book of Jobs."
The literary news site GalleyCat reports that biographer Walter Isaacson spent three years "interviewing Jobs, his family members, Apple colleagues, and competitors to write this book."
Isaacson has previously written biographies of Henry Kissinger, Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin.
Jobs, 56, went on medical leave in January, his third since 2004, but has retained his title of chief executive at Apple.
Jobs underwent an operation for pancreatic cancer in 2004 and received a liver transplant in 2009, but he has not released any details about his latest health issues.