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MediaCoder is an opensource project hosted at Sourceforge.net. The software enables you to convert almost any media file to one of many media formats available. This is an excellent software for audio enthusiasts who need to quickly convert Flac to MP3 to Ogg to … you get the picture. From their website MediaCoder is a free universal […]

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A codec is software that allows for the COmpression and DEcompression of media files. How many times have you wanted to play an audio or video file from the Internet only to find you’re missing the necessary codec to play it? Well, the Windows Essentials Codec Pack is a very good collection of codecs to […]

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I use Audacity to cut up my mp3’s into shorter files, especially the really long DJ mixes. Audacity has been around for awhile and is a pure opensource project that uses the GNU license. I really like how simple it makes cutting up .wav and .mp3 files. Audacity can also record and edit audio from an external […]

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I just found out about BurnAware today, and so far I like what I see. There are a ton of free CD/DVD burning software out there but this is one of the first free ones to offer Blu-Ray support. Since HD-DVD is now officially dead, expect to see more Blu-Ray compatible software hitting the Web. One feature […]

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CDBurnerXP is an easy to use free software for burning data to CD or DVD format. CDBurnerXP comes with nice features such as, a clean easy to use interface, the ability to burn .ISO images, and creating bootable discs. It also has a built-in .ISO converter for creating .ISO images out of large chunks of […]

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