VideoProc: a very fast way to edit and convert video files, audio and more, including 4K with GPU acceleration
If you’re like me, you still have a huge collection of DVDs, but in this era of large storage and streaming media, you can give your discs a new lease of life with WinX DVD Ripper.
As the great debate over who should stop piracy in Australia continues to rage, a new player has emerged offering consumers digital copies of their BluRays and DVDs, stored in the cloud.
Toast 12 has been launched, but do you need to upgrade?
Ashampoo's Movie Studio aims to make it easy to edit, dress up and convert videos.
In case you hadn't noticed, Apple is phasing out the use of optical drives. The current iMac and Mac Pro lines are shaping up to be the last of their kind with DVD drives.
Australia's love affair with digital technology isn't fading, despite our reportedly reduced appetite for spending.
While some people would like us to think everything digital can and should be distributed online, there's still a place for the optical disc. Epson has expanded its Discproducer range to help those who need to churn out moderate runs of CDs or DVDs.
The BBC is about to start offering TV show rentals through Facebook. First off the block will be a collection of classic and new-look Doctor Who stories.
It's been a long time coming, but there's finally a program that will play Blu-ray movies on a Mac. It's unimaginatively - though aptly - named Mac Blu-ray Player.
Although the death of DVD rental stores was predicted long ago and saw bookstores fall and fail in a far more spectacular fashion, Telstra's sale of its BigPond DVD movie rental business may well be the last nail in the DVD's coffin.
The venerable disc burning tool is evolving into a media conversion utility.
Imation has launched a a range of secure removable storage products with FIPS certification. The Defender Collection includes solid state, magnetic and optical media.
Meh or moolah? Martial-arts, sci-fi and action movie star, Jean Claude Van Damme (JCVD) is using his ongoing fame, acclaim and some B-Movie shame to offer a $5 bounty on unneeded DVDs, but to get this 'generous' offer, you have to buy a new Sony movie, fill out a form and wait for a $5 EFTPOS card. Whoop-de-doo.
Thanks for posting this - quite straightforward via myGov
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