Friday, 24 July 2009

10 Sites For Free Download Ringtones To Your Self Phone


1. Zedge


14 million users sharing their stuff through a slick interface. The site is powered by the community of users who make and upload the ringtones. The ringtone collection, 300,000 strong can be downloaded to the PC or the phone without the free signup. Check out the site’s Phone Specifications and Zedge Content Compatibility Index (it’s a huge list) if you are not sure about the downloads not working with your mobile. The site also supports iPHone ringtones. An added plus are the online tools to make ringtones, themes, wallpapers and screensavers.

2. Mobile9


Another site with the community behind it. Get all the goodies – free downloads of themes, wallpapers, ringtones, screensavers, software, games, videos and logos. With 100,000 MP3 ringtones, it’s a wide collection. A free signup entails you to download without a 10 second wait. As in any web community, members can have their own profile pages, can comment and share. You can check the compatibility of your model in the Phone section of the site though a cross-section of makes are supported including the iPhone.

3. TonesAll

3_TonesAll is a MP3 ringtone user-sharing community where all content is licensed with the Creative Commons Public Domain license. The site mentions the following supported brands – Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, LG, BlackBerry and iPhone. The ringtones are pigeonholed into categories; some like Pets & Animals, Sayings or News & Politics you may not find anywhere else. The free signup makes you a community member and gives you instant download without the 20 seconds of wait. Members can also create groups which is an assortment of ringtones.

4. MadRingtones


This web service is slanted as an online ringtone creator. You can create a personalized ringtone from your favorite MP3 song or Youtube video in just 3 clicks. But to avoid even that labor, you can download a ringtone from the over 300,000 already available. The ringtones work with almost all the phones and gives you the option of four formats – mp3, amr, ogg and m4r (for the iPhone). Embed and share on your blog or on social networks like Facebook.

5. Mobango


A mobile sharing community with the same flavor as the earlier mentioned sites. It’s a click worthy destination for all types of mobile content especially applications and games. The other unique social aspect is that you can search for users by age, sex, country and make and model of phone. Connect to them through the site and share your media. Mobango also offers 2GB of free storage for your mobile content. You can also flag you uploaded files as public or private.

6. CellMind


A well designed mobile social site on the growth path. Though it has an infinitesimally small ringtone collection, it is well structured and worth a look see. You need to register (free) to download wallpaper, themes and ringtones. The site also features online wallpaper, ringtone and screensaver makers. The other plus is the online storage provided by the site for your uploader/created files.

7. MyTinyPhone


With over 125,000 ringtones in its database, the site is not tiny. All ringtones are free to download on your mobile or PC. A feature is the Flash based ringtone maker which lets you upload a MP3 file (max size of 8MB) to create your own tones. With a free signup, you can store the tunes and share it with your friends. The only irritant is the popup ad which keeps opening up in a window.

8. MobileToones


Not very different from the other mobile social network communities except in its interface. It comes with a mobile discussion forum, a mobile review section and a blog. To download the MP3, Polyphonic or AMR ringtones one has to go through a short free registration. The collection is limited (approx 400+).

9. Brinked


A free online ringtone sharing community which is very similar to MadRingtones, though with a sober interface. You can create ringtone from a song or a YouTube video. Though the collection is not as vast, it is a neat site on the growth curve. Browse for ringtones among the Reggaeton, Raggae, Techno, Rock, Rap, R&b, Pop, Original, Country and TV & Movies genres. Download in MP3 / WAV / OGG / M4R format or share it in the social networks.

10. Tonzr


If you still haven’t got the ringtone you want then why not do a simple search. Use Google, Yahoo or a specialized ringtone search engine like Tonzr. Presently it has indexed nearly 10,000,000 ringtones. Search with a keyword and on the results page you can select the mode of download. The nice little tidbit are the suggested like tones just below your selection.


The supported carriers are – Sprint, Nextel, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Alltel, US Cellular, Cellular South, and Cricket. The SMS and MMS features are also for these selected US only carriers. Tonzr is presently testing for compatibility with iPhones.


Sunday, 19 July 2009

VirtualDub 1.8.7 Build 30080 Stable - Free Software

VirtualDub 1.8.7 Build 30080 Stable - Free Download

VirtualDub is a video capture/processing utility for 32-bit Windows platforms (95/98/ME/NT4/2000/XP), licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It lacks the editing power of a general-purpose editor such as Adobe Premiere, but is streamlined for fast linear operations over video. It has batch-processing capabilities for processing large numbers of files and can be extended with third-party video filters. VirtualDub is mainly geared toward processing AVI files, although it can read (not write) MPEG-1 and also handle sets of BMP images.


VirtualDub helps you get video into your computer.

If your capture device is Video for Windows compatible, then VirtualDub can capture video with it. But VirtualDub isn't your average capture program:
• Fractional frame rates. Don't settle for 29 or 30 when you want 29.97.
• Optimized disk access for more consistent hard disk usage.
• Create AVI2 (OpenDML) files to break the AVI 2GB barrier and multiple files to break the FAT32 4GB limit.
• Integrated volume meter and histogram for input level monitoring.
• Real-time downsizing, noise reduction, and field swapping.
• Verbose monitoring, including compression levels, CPU usage, and free disk space.
• Access hidden video formats your capture card may support but not have a setting for, such as 352x480.
• Keyboard and mouse shortcuts for faster operation. To capture, just hit F6.
• Clean interface layout: caption, menu bar, info panel, status bar.

VirtualDub lets you clean up video on your computer.

There are lots of programs that let you "edit" video. And yet, they're frustratingly complex for some of the simplest tasks. VirtualDub isn't an editor application; it's a pre- and post-processor that works as a valuable companion to one:
• Reads and writes AVI2 (OpenDML) and multi-segment AVI clips.
• Integrated MPEG-1 and Motion-JPEG decoders.
• Remove and replace audio tracks without touching the video.
• Extensive video filter set, including blur, sharpen, emboss, smooth, 3x3 convolution, flip, resize rotate, brightness/contrast, levels, deinterlace, and threshold.
• Bilinear and bicubic resampling — no blocky resizes or rotates here.
• Decompress and recompress both audio and video.
• Remove segments of a video clip and save the rest, without recompressing.
• Adjust frame rate, decimate frames, and 3:2 pulldown removal.
• Preview the results, with live audio.

You can take a captured clip, trim the ends, clean up some of the noise, convert it to the proper frame size, and write out a better one. Don't see a video filter you want? Write your own, with the filter SDK.

VirtualDub is fast.

The author of VirtualDub is very impatient. That means his program is designed for speed, both in the interface and in the processing pipeline. Converting a compressed, 320x240 MPEG-1 file to an uncompressed, 24-bit AVI requires only these two steps in VirtualDub:
• Open video file (Ctrl-O).
• Save AVI (F7).

How fast is this operation? On a C450, 40 frames per second (1.3x real-time speed). With a little tweaking, the speed rises to 55 fps (1.8x), with the CPU hardly breaking a sweat at 40%.

I haven't had as much time as I'd like to work on VirtualDub, which is unfortunately why it's been three months since the last release. Time to rectify that.

1.8.7 is a bugfix only release, with the one major fix being to the distributed job system. It turns out that the distributed job code wasn't that stable and would often attempt to run the same job on multiple machines, due to essentially a race condition in the filesystem. The new version now has logic to detect job start conflicts and retry with exponential delay, which should be more reliable. I also rewrote the conflict resolution logic, which is now more similar to the two-way and three-way merges that a revision control system has to deal with.

1.9.0 is of course the new experimental build and contains a number of new features and changes. I spent some time closing the gap in functionality between the x86 and AMD64 builds, so although the AMD64 build may still not be as well optimized, several features that were previously absent in the AMD64 build are now implemented. I've also thrown in a built-in AMD64-capable Huffyuv decoder that handles some of the popular post-2.1.1 extensions. Second, the internal display and blitter libraries got overhauled quite a bit. The uberblit system that backs the resampler in the 1.8.x series has been cleaned up and expanded, and now handles many of the complex blit scenarios that were previously handled by custom code or multi-stage blits. As a result, VirtualDub 1.9.0 can now handle several new image formats, including the 10-bit per channel v210 format and the interleaved NV12 format. The display library has also been upgraded to handle the new formats, and in particular the Direct3D module can now accelerate display of 10 bit/channel v210 video with dithering. The new formats are not yet exposed to video filters — mainly because the thought of trying to work directly in v210 scares me — although I'm not ruling out the possibility of a 14-bit fixed point linear color format in the future.

Changelists are after the jump.

Build 30080 (1.8.7, stable): [December 21, 2008]
[bugs fixed]
* Wheel scrolling now works in the filter crop dialog.
* Added clamp in audio conversion dialog to prevent invalid custom sampling
* DV: Audio error concealment now works when the PAL/NTSC bit in a frame is
* Capture: Added option to ignore DirectShow video timestamps when capture
driver timing is busted.
* JobControl: Rewrote sync mechanism to fix problems with multiple machines
attempting to run the same job.
[regressions fixed]
* JobControl: Fixed crash if job list couldn't be flushed on exit.


Saturday, 18 July 2009

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AddThis - Easy Way To Build Traffic To Your Site


A simple way to build traffic to your site is to allow readers to bookmark your pages easily. Many blogs have a series of icons or buttons at the end of each post to allow readers to submit content to one of the social bookmark sites like Digg, or StumbleUpon.These can drive significant amounts of traffic to your site, either as an initial burst such as making the front page of Digg, or a more steady stream of traffic like I see with sites like StumbleUpon.

There are some good Wordpress plugins out there which make bookmarking posts easy. But all the plugins I have tried lack one thing - the ability to know which posts are being bookmarked.

Analytics packages such as Google Analytics or Clicky are great for discovering the most popular content on your web site, but they don’t tell you what posts are being bookmarked. To fill this gap I use AddThis.

AddThis works like several of the other Wordpress plugins out there. A button is displayed at the end of each post, which when activated displays a list of social bookmark icons.


What sets AddThis apart from the competition is that it includes a piece of tracking code which records not only which posts are being bookmarked, but which bookmarking site was used.

top destinations

You may find that certain types of posts are bookmarked more often than others. Bookmarked pages stand a better chance of getting more traffic. You may therefore decide to create posts in the future you feel are more likely to get bookmarked.

You may also find that the majority of your visitors bookmark posts to Digg or StumbleUpon. If so you may want to consider adding a Digg This button to your site so that it is even easier for visitors to bookmark your posts.

Getting your own free AddThis button is easy. Just head over to their web site and get the necessary code to add to your web site. If this sounds too complicated then they offer a Wordpress plugin too.

To gain access to the tracking code you will need to register. Registration is free and well worth it. You can then logon to your AddThis account and keep track of which posts are being bookmarked.

They also provide a Feedburner flare so you can keep track of bookmarked posts in your feed too! Technical Itch recommends you browse around their web site as they offer other features too like widgets and browser add ons. They also offer an RSS feed widget too.

Overall AddThis is a great addition to any web site. It will help your visitors bookmark your website or blog, and promote it to the social bookmarking services, sending you back more traffic.
Source: Technical Itch


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