Jan 292015
 

ImgBurn is a famous free disc authoring application for creating CD, DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray discs in Windows. If you’ve used ImgBurn Windows version, you may find it powerful with key features of Read, Build, Write, Verify, and Discovery. And it supports lots of audio, video, images formats.

Is there ImgBurn Mac version that can help create CD, DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray discs? It’s a pity, ImgBurn does not have Mac version. Then is there anyway to burn CD, DVD, HD DVD and Blu-ray discs on Mac? Sure, there are ways. To burn CD on Mac, you can hire iTunes. But it is not quite easy to burn DVD, HD DVD discs on Mac as iDVD was discontinued since Lion. Don’t worry, we can use ImgBurn for Mac alternative to burn DVD, HD DVD and Blu-Ray discs.

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Jan 202015
 

Why FoneLab?

Several days ago, I cut all the photos and pasted to my computer. I was in a hurry for a meeting. I believed all the photos was copied, so I unplugged my iPhone 6 from computer. When I was back and checked the photos, only found several precious photos were neither on my computer nor on my iPhone 6. I was very frustrated. I never backup my iPhone using iTunes backup or iCloud backup. How can I restore the precious photos? I’ve got to know that there are iPhone data recovery software. And I found FoneLab.

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Jan 092015
 

Overview

VP9, the WebM Project’s next-generation open video codec, is an open and royalty free video compression standard being developed by Google. As a successor to VP8, VP9 makes great progress in reducing bit rate. Given the same video quality, VP9 can reduce bit rate by 50% compared to VP8. Currently, Chromium, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera support playing VP9 video format in the HTML5 video tag. YodaNetwork supports VP9 for all video resolutions. Some smart TVs support VP9. And YouTube will be using VP9 for 4K resolution content.

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Jan 062015
 

Overview

We have heard a lot about 4K resolution or “Ultra HD” in 2014. In 2014, World Cup matches were shot and broadcast in 4K resolution for the first time. YouTube and the television industry have adopted Ultra HD as its 4K standard. And just in the beginnings of 2015, LG unveils its new 2015 HDTVs to support 4K videos. In fact, 4K affects not just the world of 4K TV and cinema, but also cameras and image capture, smartphones and tablets, computer monitors and PC games – practically anything that displays images or records video. But what is 4K?

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