If you are using VLC to watch movies, this explains how to use the excellent Download Subtitle feature on VLC.
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Media comes at us from all angles with today’s technology. The MacX Media Conversion Lifetime License Bundle can help you get your medis into the proper format.
The Quicklook feature in Mac’s Finder only supports .mov and MPEG-related formats for video. QLVideo adds support for extra video types to Quicklook.
Have you ever wondered if you could watch a video and do other things at the same time? Enter Picture-in-Picture mode. Learn how to enable it in macOS Sierra.
It is easy to embed a Youtube video, but not so straightforward to embed only the audio. Here is how you can embed the audio part of a Youtube video in your website.
Smartphones have turned us all into photographers and videographers. You will be able to create masterpieces with the Smartphone Photo and Video Certification Bundle.
If you want to remove an audio track from a video file on you Mac, here’s how you can use the iMovie app to do so without the use of any other apps.
Facebook now lets you use a 7-second video as your profile pic. All you need is an Android or iOS device. Let’s bring your Facebook profile picture to life!
Downie is a Mac-only video downloader tool that is very easy to use. After installing a browser extension, you can download any video from a site just by clicking the browser extension’s icon.
Did you know that you can add video files to a plane in Blender to create a wall, floor tile, carpet, etc.? In this article, we show you how to make virtual video screens.
Most people think of QuickTime as a video player, but it has the capability to extract audio from video files. Here’s how.
SaveHollywood is a Mac application that allows you to set a video as a screen saver. This tutorial shows you how to do it.
Aegisub is a simple subeditor with advanced functionality. It allows you to easily edit video subtitles and adjust them. Here’s how to use it on Linux.
In this article we show how to turn your Raspberry Pi into a looping video player, how to encode your videos, and how to get the videos in the Pi.
Ever recorded a video clip and then wondered “How do I turn this entire thing into individual images?” This guide will show how to decompile videos on Linux.
Most Android phones have a set of preloaded live wallpapers that you can use. Here we’ll show you how to set any video as the live wallpaper on your phone.
To protect your video, you can simply add a watermark to it. Aoao Video Watermark Pro allows you to do so with ease, and we have 10 license keys to give away. Check it out.