Question: I’ve been trying to play .avi files on my ps3 but won’t recognize them when i plug in my external hdd. How to solve this problem?
An easy way to enable you put and view AVI files on PS3:
The key to make it possible to transfer and play AVI files on PS3 is to convert the videos format to MP4 with H.264 codec by using a video converter. And here comes Any DVD Converter Pro. This Video Converter for PS3 is a powerful program that can easily convert all HD videos including AVI, MTS, MKV, AVI, MPG, VOB, 3GP, FLV, etc to PS3 supported format for playback with ease up to 1080p resolution. Continue reading
Whether one’s bitten by the movie bug or not, it isn’t surprising to see ears plugged-in with earphones on roads or even while traveling using public transport. If you are an Android user and want to put the stock player at bay, then here are the top 10 Android music and video/movie players for your choice.
Part One. Best Music Players for Android Smartphones
For people like me, with large music collections, the desire for better sound quality, broader format support, and some customization options, I recommend PlayerPro, PowerAMP, and Audiogalaxy. Although, as a platform, the new Amazon Cloud Player is pretty great for just about any type of music fan. Continue reading
At some point, rumors become so persistent it is hard to dismiss them out of hand. Apple building cheaper iPhones retailing for $99? Yeah, there may be something to this after all.
Reuters reports, based on sources in Apple’s Asian supply chain, that the company is considering building two new iPhones. One will be a 4.7-inch smartphone while the other could be a 5.7-inch “phablet.” Apple is also considering making cheaper smartphones that would be launched in a variety of colors that would sell for $99 (presumably on a two-year contract) and be aimed at emerging markets like China and India. Continue reading
Tablet is a bridge between laptop and smartphone. It’s bigger than smartphone but smaller and more portable than laptop. Nowadays more and more people are tending to choose tablets because of their portability and functionality. Because with a tablet, you can do almost anything as you do on a PC, like searching the internet, watching video, listening to music, taking notes, capture images, playing games, etc. The most amazing part is that you can do all those things by controlling the device using touchscreen display or stylus pen while on the go. Continue reading
The rumored upcoming HTC One Mini smartphone, previously all whispers and hearsay until now, will ship to customers with that name and include a 720p resolution display, according to one of HTC’s own websites. Continue reading
Any DVD Converter Pro is a wonderful DVD ripper software which is able to help users to convert your DVD backup to Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0. Besides, it also supports other mobile and tablets, like iPad 4/iPad mini, iPhone 5/iPhone 4S, PSP, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One X and other Android tablets.
Furthermore, Any DVD Converter Pro is also a powerful online video downloader, video recorder and mobile device manager. Continue reading
Well it’s time yet again to throw two great tablets into a Tablet War. This time we’ve got the Google Nexus 10 (manufactured by Samsung) going up against the Sony Xperia Tablet S. The Nexus 10 is running on a dual-core Exynos processor and the Xperia Tablet S is running on the popular and powerful quad-core Tegra 3 processor. Let’s get this battle started with some specs. Continue reading
Nexus 10 is the newest tablet from Google. Its magnificent screen resolution and 10-inch big screen size is the best option for movie playback. To rip DVD movies for viewing on Nexus 10, you need to know what video format can Nexus 10 tablet support. The Nexus 10 managed to playback H.263, MPEG-4 SP, H.264 AVC. Want to play your DVD movies and videos on Google Nexus 10? Continue reading
So you’ve just received your gorgeous new Samsung Galaxy S4. Isn’t it lovely? After you’ve finished caressing its sleek lines, admiring its gorgeous Super AMOLED screen and gasping in amazement at its insanely powerful processor, you might want to consider taking more control over it — and in Android terms that means rooting. Continue reading