Though there are Standalone Flash Players and Desktop FLV (Flash Video) Player, there are many chances that you may not want to use separate players to watch different types of videos. If your favorite video player is Windows Media Player, there are always tools that will allow you to play unsupported formats in it.
Continuing on our earlier post where we told you how to download videos from Megavideo, here is another tool for Google Desktop users which will allow you to download Megavideo videos from the comfort of your desktop sidebar.
Recommended KISSGeeks Read: Step by Step Guide on How To Download Videos From Megavideo
Update: Seems like GoDaddy has pulled the plug on this coupon, however we were able to buy the domain for 99 cents, we will update this post with new coupon codes as and when we come across them.
There are several times when Domain selling registrars come up with coupon codes and rebates, however GoDaddy is probably a registrar with the most coupon codes.
One such coupon code will get you a domain for only 99 cents. This deal is for real and we have tested out the same.
Megavideo is a pretty popular video sharing website and you can find tons of videos from users, however what if you want to watch those videos on your desktop?
If you are looking to download videos from Megavideo, there are few ways in which you can do that. Here are some simple steps in which you can download videos from Megavideo and enjoy it from your desktop.
The files can be downloaded in several formats, including FLV. If you are unsure how to open FLV files, read our guide on How to Open FLV Files.
There are several times when I search YouTube to watch videos, opening several tabs to watch the videos that match my liking, however in the process I do spend a lot of time. Wouldn’t it be good if we could watch multiple YouTube videos at once?
If you are thinking like me, I just came across a interesting service that allows users to watch 3 YouTube videos at once.
FLV stands for Flash Video format. Besides the existing formats like mpg, avi, Quicktime en RealMedia, the Flash video format is becoming more and more popular. Most video sites use FLV to play Flash videos, however to play FLV files on your desktop you will require a special video player.
How To Open FLV Files?
Step 1: Download the FLV files to your Desktop.
Step 3: Open the FLV files using any of the FLV players you downloaded.
That’s it with 3 simple steps you can open and view FLV files.
There are several times when you may have gone out on a trip or outing, or took photographs of something unique, however keeping those pictures to themselves, is something people rarely do and sharing them with friends and family is definitely the way to go.
One such way to share images is to upload them to popular social networking sites like Facebook and Orkut so that your friends can easily view, how you had fun and enjoyed your trip.
Skype is a very popular instant messenger and P2P telephony software, widely used for its voice chat and PC-to-phone ability. However Skype does not run directly on a USB drive, making it essential to be installed everytime you want to use a different PC.
The Portable Freeware team have come up with a tutorial that will help you hack the default Skype setup and use it from a USB drive.
There are several times when you may want to covert images from one format to another, however doing so individually can cost you a lot of time, and a batch image converter would definitely come in handy.
A handy freeware called Batch Image Converter, will allow you to convert batches of images from one format to another.
There are several ways in which you can download free fonts, however wouldn’t it be nicer if you could create fonts from your own handwriting?
Well if you are itching to get a font which represents your own handwriting, you are going to love a free service called YourFonts, which allows users to create fonts from their own handwriting.
Related: Free Font Viewers for Windows