A Video Manager – Track And Manage YouTube, Hulu, DVD, And Other Videos

AVM(A Video Manager) is a free opensource tool that lets you manage and keep track of videos that are either in your local computer or online. In short, you can keep track of both offline and online videos together. It is currently in Beta 2. You can add any video file from your computer and it will save it in a simple-to-use list where you can access it later. Another great feature is that you can add Youtube or Hulu videos and later watch them in a web player.

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How To Copy DVD Or Blue-Ray To HardDisk For Free

Many DVDs come with copy protection thus making it impossible to copy it to hard disk with ordinary DVD copy software. DVDFab HD Decrypter is an excellent tool that removes all copy protection from the disk and copies the content to the hard disk instantly. It also has support for HD-DVD, and Blue-Ray disks. It removes DVD protections such as CSS, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs and Sony ARccOS, and also removes AACS(Blue-Ray).

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Rip And Convert DVD Or Video File To MPEG-4(avi, mkv, etc)

Do you want to store videos from DVDs to your local drive in your computer without loosing the quality? HandBrake is one software that lets you convert the videos from DVDs without loosing much quality and since it is an open source project, it will always remain in development for further improvement and updates. It lets you rip and convert DVDs or video files to MPEG-4  video formats including .mp4, .avi, .ogm and even .mkv. This application is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Ubuntu Linux.

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How To Recover Data From Scratched Or Damaged Dvds/Cds

One of my favorite TV shows is The office. I love that show but it also takes up a lot of the hard drive space, with each episode of 350MB. I clutter my hard drive space due to this show, and that’s just this one show, not including other shows like Grey’s Anatomy or Supernatural. So, naturally I burn the shows onto DVDs, as it’s a cheap and easily accessible way to store data. But the only problem is the fact that CDs or DVDs aren’t invulnerable to all types of damage, and in fact, even a small finger print or scratch can make a DVD/CD player not able to read the disk. If you try to copy/paste the file on the damaged disk onto a computer, you usually get an error saying the file is corrupted, or damaged. But I found some really handy programs that can solve such problems, which I thought I’d share with you all today. Read More