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You don't need video-editing software to improve your videos. You can do the editing right there on YouTube.
MP3s of 128Kbps should be a thing of the past. Make better rips of your CDs, or go beyond CD with HD audio. 1
FFMPEG, the open-source, command-line encoder, can produce some excellent results. If you need to convert one video type to another, it can be exceedingly useful.
Both Windows and Mac have free software to capture video of your screen activity. You just have to know where to look. 1
Want some soft background music, a mute browser and loud email alerts? SoundBunny has the answer. 2
Get videos from phones, compact cameras and other sources into a better format with HandBrake. 2
If you're ditching Facebook for Google+, don't leave your memories behind. Here's a couple of ways to transfer your Facebook photos to Google+. 1
Blinking LED lights and a USB connection can help aspiring musicians learn their favourite tunes. 1
YouTube is more than just cat videos and cover songs. Here are five essential tips to get the most out of it.
The latest version of BitTorrent includes Personal Content Channels, a slick way to share media files or documents that you own the rights to. Watch how to set one up and share it with your friends...
Want to know how to set up AirPlay on your iPhone? We take you through what equipment you'll need.
iLife '11 is a welcome and long-overdue update to Apple's suite of digital media applications and we can easily recommend picking this up.
Get an overview of the updated features and design changes in Apple's iTunes 9.
Get a load of Microsoft's new, free movie maker for Windows 7 and Vista.