VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files as well as DVD, Audio CD, VCD, and various streaming protocols. It has an on-screen interface used to display information regarding the media you are playing. But if you don’t need any information about this, you could just disable the words. Here is the instruction.
1. Download and install VLC from here:
2. Open VLC. Click “Tools—-Preferences.” Click the “Subtitles & OSD” button to open the on-screen display settings.
3. Uncheck the box next to “Enable On Screen Display (OSD)” to remove words from VLC screen.
4. Uncheck the box next to “Show media title on video start” to prevent the file name from appearing each time you start a video.
5. Click the “Save” button to save your settings..
A powerful multimedia technology with a built-in media player, QuickTime lets you view Internet video, HD movie trailers, and personal media in a wide range of file formats. And it lets you enjoy them in remarkably high quality. It can also allow you to play multiple files at the same time. Here is the instruction.
1. Download and install QuickTime Player from here:
2. Click “Edit” and select “Preferences”.
3. Click the “Open Movies in New Players” option, and then you will see a checkmark next to it.
4. Here you could choose to select the “Play Sound in Frontmost Player Only” option or not.
5. Click “Edit” and then select “New Player Window” to open your video files with Quicktime player. Locate the video files and drag each of them into the players.
6. Click every “Play” button from every player to start multiple files playing.
Sometimes we need to resize the image file to put it into a proper location. It seems to be an easy task which only need enter new dimensions in two fields. However, somes time we should consider about the digital images risk. Because resizing may cause the picture is not resembling its original shape. Here is the instruction to tell you how to resize a JPG to 4 X 6 in Photoshop easily and successfully.
1. Start Photoshop and open the JPG file with it.
2. Click the “Image” menu and select “Image Size.”
3. Keep “Constrain Proportions” box at the bottom of the window unchecked.
4. Type “4” and “6” into the “Width” and “Height” boxes. And make sure the drop down menu shows “inches” for each.
5. Click “OK” button to resize the JPG.
6. Once your image gets distorted, click “Edit” and select “Undo Image Size.” Click the “Crop” tool on the “Tools” pane and try to get the image as close to 4 x 6 dimensions — such as 8 x 12, 12 x 18, etc — and then redo the “Image Size” process.