fre:ac is a free audio converter and CD ripper which integrates various popular formats and encoders. It currently supports MP3, MP4/M4A, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC and Bonk files.
fre:ac makes it easy to convert your audio CDs to MP3 or WMA files which you can use in your hardware player or with your favorite audio software. The program supports the CDDB/freedb online CD database and CDText and automatically writes song information to ID3V2 or Vorbis comment tags.
This branch contains snapshots and beta releases of the active development tree that will eventually lead to fre:ac version 1.1.
ImBatch is a batch image processor with a nice graphical user interface. It will allow you to edit multiple image files at the click of a button by using scripts. The script will be created by combining Tasks. ImBatch can batch resize and convert images in minutes instead of hours or days if you do it manually.
Vocabulary .NET is a tool that helps you learning multi-language vocabulary. Integrate Google Dictionary, TTS and Images so that you can create, edit and take practice tests easier. A standalone tool that does not require installation.
Dictionary .NET is a tiny, easy and smart multilingual dictionary translating from/to 60 languages using Google's services. Integrates Google Dictionary, Translate, Search, Suggest 4-in-1 without installing them. Auto-detect any languages; Dictionary; Translate; Search with just One-Click or a Hotkey. A standalone tool that does not require installation.
HTTPNetworkSniffer is a packet sniffer tool that captures all requests/responses sent between the Web browser and the Web server and displays them in a simple table. For every HTTP request, the following information is displayed: Host Name, HTTP method (GET, POST, HEAD), URL Path, User Agent, Response Code, Response String, Content Type, Referer, Content Encoding, Transfer Encoding, Server Name, Content Length, Cookie String, and more...
You can easily select one or more HTTP information lines, and then export them to text/html/xml/csv file or copy them to the clipboard and then paste them into Excel.
After Google introduced the first Chromecast two years ago, HDMI dongles quickly became one of the best cheap ways to stream the internet to your TV. Now, the competition is hotter than ever. We compared the Roku stick, Fire TV stick, and the latest version of the Chromecast to find out which one belongs in your living room.