DirectShow AC3 decoder for running AVI files and DVDs with AC3 and DTS sound. Supports multichannel tracks and S/PDIF. Can also replay individual audio files and therefore modify the sound by applying a range of options.
Classic player which supports all popular audio formats with an integrated playlist function and various skins. Offers a sleep function which automatically ends the program and shuts down the PC at a pre-set time. Also contains a converter and editor for song information. Click EN on the site's home page to view it in English.
Live streaming of videos from your home network on iPhone, iPod touch and iPad; even if they are in AVI, DivX or MKV format, the films are converted into the correct format on the fly with the help of a server application, which is available for free for Windows and Mac OS X; they can be streamed to the internet with a router with UPnP or NAT-PMP; films with DRM are not supported.
Converts multimedia files such as music, videos (including entire films) or images to allow the user to play them on devices based on the Android operating system without any problems. Fast and secure download from The H
Audio codec developed by Apple which can compress music files without any loss of quality or information. The music can be played on Mac computers, iPhones, iPads and most iPods. The project file contains all the source files for the ALAC encoder and decoder.
Converts, among other things, the AVI, MPEG, WMV, MOV, MP4, RM, RMVB, DivX, ASF and 3GP video formats to Apple TV video formats; you can adjust the contrast, brightness and saturation; it exports the sound from the videos to MP3, AAC or M4A format.
Browses the internet for web radio streams, freely available MP3 files or music videos. Records and downloads music from streaming services or websites. Provides an integrated ID3 tag editor and converts downloaded files automatically to the optimal format for mobile phones, MP4 players, MP3 players or iPods. Fast and secure download from The H
Converts films from AVI, DivX, WMV, ASF and MPEG formats into MPEG-2 (you define the quality) and burns them to DVD. Can handle up to seven hours of film and supports PAL and NTSC TV standards alongside 4:3 and 16:9 screen formats.