Editing Videos using a Video Converter

Video editing

The basic usage of an online video file converter is – as the name most probably told you already – converting different types of video file formats. From MOV to MKV, from AVI to MP4, or any other possible combination. But there are several other features a video converter can offer! In earlier blog entries we have looked at how to extract a still image from a movie, or how to rip music from a

Cross-Conversion – What is possible?

Cross-Conversion - What is possible?

The basic and general features of a file converter, whether it’s a software tool you have to install on your computer or whether it’s an online service, are mostly the same: You upload a file and convert it into another format, either because you can’t open the initial file, because you want to reduce the file size to send it over the internet, or because you want to send it to people that may not be able to open the original

Encoding, Encryption, and Hashing

Encoding, Encryption, and Hashing

Encoding, encryption, hashing… Those three can easily be confused since they serve roughly the same purpose. Yet, there are drastic differences between them. This article will serve the purpose of telling you, which method to use for which purpose, and what distinguishes them from one another. Yet, all differences aside, encoding, encryption, and hashing do share some similarities: All three methods transform data into another format Encoding and encryption are reversible, while hashing is not

Files Supported by Your eBook Reader

eBook Reader File Formats

eBook readers have a lot advantages over books in a printed paper-form. They are lighter, multiple books can be stored on one device, you don’t need any bookmarks because the reader remembers the page you read last, and so on. Yet, once you decided that you want to buy an eBook reader, you have quite the variety to choose from. Following, we have listed some of the most popular eBook readers and the different file formats

Native Apple (Mac) Files

Native Apple (Mac) Files

Users of Apple devices like Mac desktop computers, MacBooks, iPhones, or iPads are already familiar with them: the native Apple Inc. file formats. Users of other platforms and operating systems like Windows and Linux however can face difficulties with those formats because they, sometimes, have never heard of them. This could become a problem for Apple users as well when they try to send assignments, essays or other documents, videos, or audio files from their