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    Quote Originally Posted by gryphon View Post
    like to know some freeware to convert wav to MP3, MP3 to itunes format etc.
    So far I found only shareware
    you can try SUPER

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    Quote Originally Posted by spindoctor View Post
    Anyone know of any freeware that can play real media files? I dont want to install realplayer.
    I want to know this too!

    Sidenote: I'm currently running Ubuntu, PCOSLinux and WindowsXP on my Dell laptop, I like all 3 systems!

    VLC player is good too, plays everyth without the need for codecs, except it cant play RM files T_T

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    Quote Originally Posted by StreetShooter View Post
    In what way is it better than Ubuntu (please explain, for a Linux blurblob like me - I found Ubuntu very simple to install and very user-friendly)?

    Thanks.

    Ubuntu is good for Linux beginners (like me).

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    Quote Originally Posted by germ_boi View Post
    I want to know this too!

    Sidenote: I'm currently running Ubuntu, PCOSLinux and WindowsXP on my Dell laptop, I like all 3 systems!

    VLC player is good too, plays everyth without the need for codecs, except it cant play RM files T_T
    you can download realalternative and use wmp to play real files. do note that some real files cannot be played with realalternative. i think its something to do with copyright but i am only speculating.

    to play almost all video files found on the net, you can install k-lite. k-lite also includes realalternative and quicktimealternative. these let you play real and mov with wmp. with k-lite installed, you can also play flv files found on youtube with vlc.
    Last edited by jfoo; 3rd March 2007 at 03:13 PM.

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    up.

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    Any idea what is this DRM (Digital Rights Management component) thing that prevent some files from playback?

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    Some of you looking for free real codecs? This is my fave http://www.free-codecs.com/download/...lternative.htm

    Allows your windoze MP to play real stuff too. There are other great codecs there as well. Have fun .

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    Other then VLC media player.
    GOM Player also another free good media player, just like VLC player it can auto-detect the subtitle of an .avi file + .srt/.sub file.
    Another best function it able to auto-play avi files ( that is if your movies consist of 2 parts: A.avi n B.avi)
    You just need to play A.avi and when it finished A.avi it will continue to auto play B.avi ( A n B in the same Directory)

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    anybody know what freeware can convert VCD movie to mpg to play in the PSP? thanks!!!

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    Anyone using Imation thumbdrive? they have this tool when the thumb drive is inserted into any desktop, it will automaticall pop up 2 partition. 1 is the standard partion, while the other need to key in a password before that partition can be access. Anyone know of such freeware where i can use for my thumbdrive or portable hardisk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deckard View Post
    anybody know what freeware can convert VCD movie to mpg to play in the PSP? thanks!!!
    Using this..http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=3GP_Converter

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    MRTG Cacti
    RRDTool - trying out now at work. btw anyone knows about to install on it on an old Win NT4 SP6 platform?

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