Remote Web Access can end up giving a user unrestricted access to Windows Home Server 2011. In this post I will tell you how to manage Remote Web Access for certain users to make sure that a novice user does not mess up the Home Server.
Windows Home Server 2011 has far more dynamic Remote Access feature than its predecessor. In this post I will provide you with a walkthrough of the process to access your home server from the cloud, by using Remote Web Access. Please Note: before a computer can connect to Windows Home Server 2011, it must have the connector software installed, to see how to do that you can check out the Continue Reading →
YoutubeFisher is a portable application that downloads media (video and audio) directly from YouTube. The media content is grabbed by entering the respective YouTube URL and saved in the format chosen by the user. The supported formats in which you can save the downloaded content includes (full-HD, HD, HQ mp4, flv, mobile 3gp, audio mp3 or aac).
MovieShare is a free app for Mac OS X and iOS devices which makes it easy to share video files between your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch and Mac. With the help of MovieShare you can avoid going through iTunes to copy video files. This makes it easy for iOS and Mac users to share movies with friends Using any Wi-Fi network.
Vimeo has recently released some handy new features to enhance its service. Perhaps one of the best features among them include Dropbox integration for uploading videos. I personally tried this feature recently and was able to get my videos uploaded in less than 20 seconds, now how quick is that!
MS Word 2013 has come with a lot of dynamic features including video integration. Now you can easily integrate videos from YouTube and other websites. This can be done by adding YouTube to services in MS Word and searching for videos directly from within Microsoft Word 2013. This feature was briefly explained in our overview of the new features of Microsoft Word 2013. In this post we will show you Continue Reading →
With the number of devices that we are constantly having to shift between, video encoding seems to have become more of a need rather than a utility. For example, if you want to watch a video on an iPhone device after transferring it from your Mac computer, then you might be better off getting it encoded to get the best quality for it. While some videos belonging to numerous media Continue Reading →
vReveal is a free video editing software, which allows easy video editing, creating panorama images (from videos) and grabbing video snapshots. It comes with many basic video editing features and is easier to use than Windows Live Movie Maker and can be used as a viable alternative for it. Using vReveal, you can edit videos, add titles, fix sharpness, color and contrast issues, fix shaky scenes by stabilizing them and Continue Reading →
YTWatcher is a portable desktop software which allows you to view, manage and sort your subscribed, favorite and liked YouTube videos. It tracks unwatched videos from your subscriptions and plays them back to back. You can also share subscribed video via Facebook and Twitter . When a video is played, YTWatcher records its duration and plays it from the exact point from where you left (in case the YTWatcher is Continue Reading →
Sometimes it is required to change the file or image size of a video to increase or reduce the Picture size of the running video and/or the file size (e.g. from 1GB to 500MB). Moo0 VideoMinimizer is a free video resizing software which: Lets you change the display size of a video (picture size of video). Allows changing the file size. And enables changing the video quality between Best, High Continue Reading →