Files Supported By Your Wii U

Wii U

Over the past two weeks, we have had a look at files and other media supported by some of the leading gaming consoles on the market; the PlayStation 4, PSP, and PS Vita and the Xbox One. Today, we shall have a look at the more “family friendly” gaming console from Nintendo, the Wii U. Lets find out which media files, discs, and streaming services are supported by the Nintendo console. Discs and Games Contrary to the Xbox

Files Supported By Your PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PSP

PS4

As we have stated in our last week’s post about files supported by the Xbox One, we do not want to engage in the ongoing battle between console gamers. Whether you have a Xbox One or a PlayStation 4, we want to present to you the amount of information that you need. After covering the Xbox topic already, today we will have a look at games, discs, and file formats supported by the new generation of

Files Supported By Xbox One

XBOX One

No, we will not engage in the ever going fight between console users. We do not state that the XBOX One is Better than the PS4, or vice versa. Instead, we will give all Xbox One users an interesting and informative overview of the discs, files, and streaming services that are supported by their console of choice. Discs and Games Contrary to the predecessor Xbox 360, the Xbox One has an in-build Blu-Ray drive, enabling the Xbox One

Tools Every Graphic Designer Needs

Graphic Designer

If you are an aspiring graphic designer and you want to leave your mark in the industry, then there are some tools that you need to have. We have discussed some useful tools for web and graphic designers already, mostly online or open source. These tools, however, are a must for every graphic designer as well. They are incredibly beneficial and it is important to have everything at your disposal as a graphic designer. iMac/MacBook

Top Video Converter Apps Of The Year

Video App

If you are looking to check out the top video convertor apps of the year, well you are in luck, since that is precisely what we have decided to review. This week we have decided to review the best video converter apps of the year, which can definitely get your media library organized in the best possible way. These video converter apps are easy to use and are definitely a step above some of the

Best Open Source Video and Music Players

Video and Music Player

Computers function as full entertainment systems by now. This means that the programs you have on your computer must be able to play music as well as videos and movies. On Windows computers, you have the Windows Media Player for this, and Mac users oftentimes rely on the Quicktime Player. However, there are formats that are not supported by those operating system native programs. Over the past years, they have developed, featuring more settings, features, and functions.

Optimize Your Videos For Vimeo

Vimeo

Sure, YouTube is the number one video platform out there, but it is by far not the only one! Today, we want to take a closer look at a YouTube “competitor”, namely at Vimeo. Vimeo is a video platform that allows you to watch and upload videos created by the Vimeo user community. Movies, episodes of series, and sport events are often offered by broadcasters and companies either as Video On Demand or Download for a

Online-Convert: It’s That Easy To Use

Easy Usage

Are you the type of person who dreads turning that computer on every day because you are sure it is secretly out to get you? When your fancy new television set beeps, do you worry that an explosion will follow? Do you have to ask your kids for help when you want to check your phone messages? If this sounds like you, you may think that “converting” files on your computer is way out of

Best Free Video Players

Video Players

If you have a windows computer, you have certainly used the Windows Media Player already. And If you own a Mac, you are familiar with Quicktime and iTunes. However, there are still issues with these players and programs when it comes to certain video file types or codecs used in a video container file. Often times, those free or operation system native video playing programs have limitations that prevent you from watching the video you wanted.