our developer doesnt have power to upload it...... I live almost three hours away.... so I dont have it either...
is it out yet
want to test it badly
wouldnt have done it without the people on this site!!As long as they were mentioned, it all good. The times has a huge reader base and a lot more people are going to be award of them now.
besides they called us....when were ready we will do press releases and get real storys....the full article in the NY Times was focused on carbot...but we were mentioned as another company....
MTV is already taken by DriveSoft
Originally Posted by HybridMike
I love that one!!!
hope Winamp TV input plugins support
Will this version support Winamp NSV file formats? I really hope it does because I've got loads of music videos recorded as NSV and so far I've had no luck coverting them to AVI
Hows the weather in Florida anyway? All over the world the weather is causing power cuts, as a friend of mine in Japan has been hit by a typhoon and has no internet either.
-= I took the red pill =-
Every time you recompress data with a lossy codec, you lose information. So by doing this, you are severely diminishing the quality of the media. (This becomes more evident as you migrate to better audio equipment; you'll actually hear these flaws.)Originally Posted by EBFoxbat
That's why you don't use a crappy codec. I keep high bitrates with MP3s. I never compress my files (except to divX.)Originally Posted by eatyummypuppies
As MP4/ACC becomes more popular (supported) I'll sure I'll convert again. Its a matter of finding a good batch converter that doean't kill ID3 tags. My MP3 player doesn't support ID3v2 which stinks.