Sunday, January 16, 2011

Converting to Another Video File Type

I think there's always a time when you sit and say yourself: "Oh, I need this video but not in this type", well... fortunately I found a software that could be the solution to this problem. I refer to Any Video Converter, the free version of course because the idea is not to spend money on this, but if you are willing to do so then you can adquire the professional version which price is out of my knowledge.

First at all, you have to installing (ha ha I know, but just in case), once you have the application running (by the way there's an administrator privilege requirement) click on "Add Video" and select the file you want to convert.


After loading the source video, select in "Output Profile" the type of the output video. For this, you can choice the following extensions: mp4, flv, swf, mpg, avi, wmv, asf, mkv, m2ts, mp3, ogg, wav, aac, m4a and wma.


Once you did the selection, there will be a settings panel on the right-bottom corner where you can modify specific parameters that your output file will have. If everythins is ready, go ahead and select "Convert" to start the process.


Perhaps the convert process lasts a no short time (depending on your settings) but once it finishes, the software will display the output file ready to use it.


Using ADrive as an Online Storage

Many years ago I had the necessity of keeping my files out of my computer and available from anywhere, the problem was that I din't have a USB memory (I know that is easy to get one nowadays but believe me, at that moment I had nothing ha ha).

Therefore, my mind didn't work too much to realize that there would be a kind of USB memory on the internet so I started to search about it using search engines, and this is how I arrived to ADrive which have met my expectations until now, and the best of all is that is free.

It's important to mention that Adrive has a flash-based file explorer, so Flash Player is required, once you have it there will appear a page like this. As you can notice there won't be any problem using it because it seems like windows explorer, but you have to keep on mind that it's necessary to have the JRE (Java Runtime Environment) installed if you want to use the advanced upload manager.


Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Finally Here

Hello! as you can see the title says everything, there was a time when I thought about having a blog... and some time later I finally did it! but in English ha ha ha.

Despite I'm a Spanish speaker I will use this space to practice English as a foreign language and also post a useful (or not ha ha) information that could help you in your life.

Then, you are welcome to Runakay which is a Quechuan word that means "Human nature", being this (according to me) the desire of knowlegde that everybody has inside.