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I needed something that could easily move from one to the next, otherwise any browser would workirfan view does not work with very big gifs (5mb+)
firefox works fine though
I recommend Ulead GIF Animator 5 for the job. I can only link to you CNET, since the company had discontinued the product. It's still is a powerhouse. It's categorized in "Image Editing", since it's for editing GIF files.irfan view does not work with very big gifs (5mb+)
firefox works fine though
GOM Player and PageNest has been added. Note that GOM Player stands for GOMlab Online Movie Player. It falls in the "Internet TV" catagory. PageNest has its own category: "Offline Browser".I'd like to add GOM media player and PageNest to download complete websites (there might be better programms for doing this task but I didn't have time to test more)
Those belong to Games in the Entertainment section.also what about free games like battle for wesnoth or league of legends?
I'm guessing any image hosting sites will do the job nicely.I needed something that could easily move from one to the next, otherwise any browser would work
I would say yes to iPhone, but not Droid. Because as soon as we let Droid, someone wants a section for their phone for every phone.and how about a section for android/iphone apps?
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't Android the OS and, as such, the apps would be usable for most (if not all) Android phones?I would say yes to iPhone, but not Droid. Because as soon as we let Droid, someone wants a section for their phone for every phone.
Crysis is more or less a benchmarking hybrid game...It may not be able to run on older computers. I like to keep it more generic.May I make a suggestion..
That is in the Adobe Essentials, under Other Suites section. And I have removed Notepad++ from PC Utilites. It was a copy/paste mistake from me, as it's already in Text Editor category.after effects should be added for video editing (Adobe, paid)
You can make a thread for that one, and see if the mods notice it. I wanted to keep Other Platforms separated from PC Platforms, as there are too many operating systems out there. Multiply that by the number of softwares written specifically for them.and how about a section for android/iphone apps?
http://stream-recorder.com/forum/play-blu-ray-discs-media-player-classic-t4991.htmlhmm, well im in the need of a free program that lets me watch blu-ray movies again... are there any?
from the above, it first requires purchasing AnyDvd HD which can decrypt the movie - I was hoping to avoid having to buy anything, are there any other alternatives?Media Player Classic can, according to the thread above.
A bit of researching gives this:from the above, it first requires purchasing AnyDvd HD which can decrypt the movie - I was hoping to avoid having to buy anything, are there any other alternatives?
Source.Apart from a few approved Windows programs, like PowerDVD, there aren’t a lot of options for playing Blu-ray out of the box on a PC. No one has written any open-source software that can play back Blu-ray movies, nor is there any software library capable of decoding the DRM encryption on-the-fly yet.
Shouldn't there be an 'a' in there ?...However, since I don't have a Mac,...