iTVmediaPlayer is a free TV service app which offers over 200,000 TV channels (premium programming included) through dozens of different TV service providers (legally). It is an all-in-one, open TV platform.
Aleesoft Easy Blu-ray Converter is a easy-to-use Blu-ray video creator, which helps you convert, author and burn various videos to Blu-ray video discs and AVCHD DVDs, and even create BDMV ISO and AVCHD ISO from your videos.
FlashMenu includes 68 free templates, 50 special effects and 35 styles, which creates SE-friendly Flash drop down menu in clicks. With 4 groups of image library, Flash menu style can be customized with ease. XML and cross-browser on OS supported.
The most stable and feature-rich FlashDecompiler Mac. Converts SWF to FLA or FLEX precisely. Extract SWF elements like images, videos, ActionScript, etc. Supports Flash CS3/CS4/CS5 and ActionScript 3.0. The first SWF DecompilerMac to get XFL file.
Kahlown is a screen capturing, screen recording and screen spying software. Kahlown provides different set of screen capturing and screen recording features. Stealth mode to record screen invisibly to monitor children.
LeoPicture provides a convenient instrumentation for manipulating images for broad spectra of customers from digitalphotography amateur to web designers and scientists. Images enhancement, painting in, deform, zoom, label, measuring colors.
Allok AVI MPEG Converter is designed to meet all your needs of convertvideofile between AVI, DivX, MPEG, VCD, SVCD, DVD, WMV, ASF formats. All encoders/codec are built-in and any supported conversion can be done once you downloading the software.
Available as a stand-alone product or a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, AKVIS MultiBrush removes wrinkles, scars, scratches, and enhances porous skin on portraits in the most natural way. Spots, stains, and dust are easy to mask and remove.
Printing standard-size digital photos (like 4" x 6" and 5" x 7") to fit into frames or photo albums requires some photo resizing. That's because most photo frames are sized for traditional 35mm images, which are rectangular, whereas the size of a dig