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.Read More
Do you want to resize a video on YouTube? The size for every embedded YouTube videos is 485 x 295 by default, it is somehow a standard size for all embedded videos. Resizing the video is now quite an easy task.
There are two ways in which you can resize the video, one is to edit the embedded html code, and other is to simply customize it within YouTube.Read More
Do you want to upload multiple videos to YouTube quickly in the most easiest way? You can put up to 100 videos to be uploaded to YouTube with a single click. YouTube does not allow this, and only allows you to upload up to 10 videos only, and for most people it is difficult task.Read More
Downloaded YouTube videos come in either FLV or MP4 format, neither the format is playable in PowerPoint. To be able to make a video work in your presentation, we will first have to convert it into suitable format. This will require a handy free application called Any-Video-Converter. This is a complete program that won’t just download the video, but will convert it in a way that will make the video playable right in your presentation.Read More