Squared 5 MPEG StreamClip is a free & powerful video editor & converter for MPEG videos, Apple QuickTime videos as well as those for the Apple iPods. With recent updates, this free video editor & converter also works on DiVX videos. The Free MPEG StreamClip is a great DivX video editor and encoder & even a movie downloader.
You can also use the Free Stream Clip Video Editor to rip DVDs encoded in any Region & add subtitles to your ripped videos when you save it on your hard drive.
Acala DVD 3GP Ripper is a free but powerful DVD ripping software with professional features to convert any copyright protected DVD movies into mobile & portable 3GP format.
This free DVD ripping software can rip DVD videos and convert DVD format videos to high quality AVI, Mp4, 3GP, H263, WMV & 3G2 formats with small size & copy DVD movies to mobile devices like blackberry phones, mobile phones, pocket PCs & Palm phones.
Tilt Shift Generator is a free photo editor tool that lets you make creative photo effects. The Free Tilt Shift Generator Picture Editor is an AIR-based app that lets you apply the famous tilt-shift effect to any photo in just a couple of clicks.
The Free Tilt Shift Generator Photo Editor is available as a web service, a software download as well as an iPhone app to adds creative camera effects to your picture on the fly. The editor is very easy to use – simple upload or open your photo, adjust the creative photo editing sliders & you can save the final picture on your computer or iPhone.
Pictomio is a Free Geo Tagging Photo Editor that lets you add your GPS locations to your pictures easily. It is also a photo viewer that enables you to search your computer for photos and create presentations with them.
This free photo software download comes with free pictoGEO plugin. The pictoGEO works with GPS-data that lets you to view the location of your photo on virtual maps, such as Google Earth & save that information.
A QR is a 2 dimensional bar code created by Japanese company Denso-Wave, as a quick way to read in encrypted data. QR is the abbreviation for “Quick Response” & looks very similar to auto-generated gravatars.
QR codes are developed to to allow its contents to be decoded at high speed. Though Japan has been using QR codes from mid 1990s, it has picked up momentum lately & is being used in electronic signatures, bill boards etc, to represent a way for mobile users to open up a website.