What non-security software are you playing with currently?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by bberkey1, Oct 25, 2013.

  1. Tyrizian

    Tyrizian Registered Member

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    Yes, I've got what you are talking about. Avidemux doesn't have a detailed timeline mode like in WMM or WLMM last time I checked it. There was no anything like that. And XMedia Recode can do those tasks as well, except joining videos. But I don't join videos anymore, so it should be enough.

    That one caught my interest. AFAIK cropping, resizing or changing AR requires you to encode the video files. Could it be that it encoded the videos losslessly?

    Oh I love that software. That's my default image viewer ATM. Probably the best image viewer with simple editing tools I've ever used.
     
  4. J_L

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    Way too fast for encoding, try it out yourself. mmg.exe is the main executable by the way, if you chose the portable version.
     
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    But it doesn't make any sense. Other tools require us to re-encode the videos for such massive modifications. Although I admit that I mostly play with FFmpeg-based encoders and editors. Now I gotta add it to my "to try" list. Should have played with those when it was still in my computer.
     
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    Demul is disappointing and I can't make nullDC Naomi to work. Is there nothing I can use, really? (nothappy.txt)
     
  7. guest

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    I tried Vidiot, and it really does seem promising. Only thing is it crashed a lot. If the developer can make it more stable and allows community-based additional plugins for video effects this software can be a good free video editor.
     
  8. Noob

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    None.
    But i just added a couple of applications to my must have list.
    WindDirStat and Ultrasearch
     
  9. bberkey1

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    I've used windirstat for a while now, it's been very helpful when clean up time comes around. Great little program in my eyes
     
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    yes agreed, it does make it easier to spot extras windirstat.
     
  11. phalanaxus

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    I installed Cyberfox recently, so far I'm liking it very much.
     
  12. Tyrizian

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    I'm not new to these softwares, but I like playing in them pretty much all the time.

    Serif DrawPlus x6
    - Paid Vector Drawing software

    Apophysis - Free Fractal imaging software

    Krita - Open Source drawing software
     
  13. J_L

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    Guess none of you heard of this one: Voicemeeter.

    The reason I'm using it is because it allows me to output audio from my bluetooth speakers and built-in laptop speakers at the same time. Although I can do this natively in Windows at the cost of my input device, there is an audio delay that only Voicemeeter can fix by manually delaying the "quicker" device.
     
  14. Noob

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    Yeah, i used to have my Windows very lean but in the last couple years i've been downloading too much crap and WinDirStat helps me get rid of it. :D
     
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    Spotify
     
  16. moontan

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    i just purchased recently EssentiaPIM Pro.

    it's a Personal Information Manager; a software that allows to create and track To Do's, Calendering, contact, email, passwords and notes.
    i tried a lot of these programs over the years, but EPIM has the perfect set of features for me.
     
  17. mantra

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    beautiful software!

    Honeyview ->blazing fast image viewer color managment and portable
    _http://www.bandisoft.com/honeyview/


    Everything
    _http://www.voidtools.com

    and PotPlayer video player and capture
    _http://tvpot.daum.net/application/PotPlayer.do


    :D:D
     
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    Anex86. :cool:
     
  19. guest

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    In my spare time I also tried T98-Next and Neko Project 21 fmgen build. Out of those 3, it seems that T98-Next gives me the best emulation overall. I don't really need to configure anything and it works perfectly fine.
     
  20. guest

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    I finally managed to replace GIMP with Paint.NET. Gave it a few test drives and I managed to figure out of how to do things that I usually need. Still no idea why it can be used in my computer. I have checked the system and as far as I can tell I don't have.NET Framework 4.5 installed anywhere. I'm not complaining but still kind of makes me curious of how can this happen. Paint.NET is much faster than GIMP and no more Lego-like software mapping.

    Yay freedom!
     
  21. J_L

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    Windows comes with .NET Framework, except versions newer than it or near obsolete.
     
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    Trying to learn Blender right now.

    Mantra, Thanks for Everything!
     
  23. Mayahana

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    Terracopy
    Norton Backup
    Tresorti High Security Encrypted Cloud

    Also studying up to be a Labtech Engineer, so a lot of messing with Labtech.
     
  24. guest

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    Yes but not 4.5. Paint.NET requires .NET 4.5 and yet it works without it.
     
  25. Mayahana

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    Windows 8 onward need no .net installed, at all. It's integrated into the OS now.
     
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