Thursday, January 31, 2013

Three Ways for you to upload PowerPiont files to YouTube.

You may meet this situation, Want to share some slider with others on the web. And you know YouTube is the most popular site. So the problem is -- How to upload PowerPoint to YouTube? Today, Let's share three methods for you.

Method 1 Use Windows Movie Maker
For PowerPoint 2010, you can save it as video directly, in this way, upload PowerPoint to YouTube. But for PowerPoint 2007 and previous versions, you cannot do like that. Luckily, for a plain presentation without animation, transition and inserted music/video, you can use Windows Movie Maker to convert PowerPoint to YouTube free, with all elements in source PowerPoint well kept. Then put PowerPoint on YouTube by the program directly.

Method 2 Convert PowerPoint to YouTube video online

    In previous post, we have introduced, which offers the service to convert PowerPoint to video. Here is another site with the similar function. is a platform for sharing PowerPoint presentations online. After you have uploaded your presentation to Authorstream website, the presentation will be converted into a MPEG4 video (*.mp4). An email notification will be sent to you as soon as your PowerPoint video is ready for downloading from the Web. Then you can upload converted PowerPoint to YouTube.
    However, this conversion process may take some time, and there is limitation on the file quantity and size for free users. As method 1, the output video could only show the plain content without effects.

Method 3 Use PowerPoint to YouTube converter
    PowerPoint to YouTube Converter can batch convert PowerPoint for sharing on YouTube and other video-sharing sites like Metacafe, with all the animations, slide transitions, sounds and video clips in the source PowerPoint well preserved. You can also customize the output YouTube video, like inserting background music, adding your own watermark or company logo, and more, and upload PowerPoint to YouTube immediately from the converter.

To sum up, if your PowerPoint slides only contain text and image, it is enough to convert PowerPoint to YouTube free with Windows Movie Maker or a web-based service. If your PowerPoint file is rich with animations, transitions, inserted files and video clips, a professional PowerPoint to YouTube Converter is better.

Source From: Goshareware ---convert PowerPoint to YouTube video.

Monday, January 28, 2013

Free 2013 HD Wallpaper for Laptop.

The December of 2012 is not the end of the world. We ushered in the new 2013, for the new year. We will have our new goals, new life, new opportunity and more new things. Today, I'd like to share Free 2012 new Wallpaper for Laptop. Hope there are some ones you like.

1, 2013 made with fireworks.

2, Cheer up for 2013

3, Colorful 2013 --- Have a Nice year

4, Shining light for 2013

5, Beautiful happy new year 2013.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Top 5 Wedding Love Songs.

Today is sunshine day with sweet love. More than one friend of mine married 2012. It make me want to collect the best wedding song 2012, let's make a update for your wedding song list.
1, I do ---Colbie Caillat
Happy melody and suitable lyrics make the song to be the No. 1 for me.

2, Marry You -- Bruno Mars
 Full of love and so sweet to dance with the music.

3, Marry Me -- Trian
The video make the song more beautiful. Slow and full of love.

4, Beautiful in White -- Westlife
"So as long as I live I love you, Will heaven hold you? You look so beautiful in white......"
5, All My Life – K-Ci & JoJo
"I will never find a love sweeter than you.... you are the only one everything....."

Monday, January 21, 2013

Samsung Note 2 vs iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

As we known, The Samsung Galaxy S3 has been the best seller of 2012, and has beaten the iPhone 5. Samsung Galaxy Note II had been released on November, 2012. And then might dethrone Galaxy S3, PopHerald tells us that three Note 2s are sold for every two Galaxy S3s.
Now, let's take a comparison for Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S3 and iphone 5. Then you will get know which smart phone can be the best choice for you.
Samsung Note 2 vs iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

iPhone 5: iphone 5 is the sixth generation of the iPhone and succeeds the iPhone 4S. The phone is a slimmer, lighter model that introduces a higher-resolution, 4-inch screen to the series with 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. The phone also includes a custom-designed ARMv7 processor called the Apple A6, an update to Apple's mobile operating system known as iOS 6, and support for LTE. ( iPhone 5 Wiki )

Samsung Galaxy Note II: Features a 5.55 inch HD Super AMOLED S-Stripe RGB screen with 1280×720 resolution, a 1.6 GHz quad-core Exynos CPU, 2 GiB RAM, an 8 MP rear camera and 1.9 MP front camera, and a 3,100 mAh battery. It is slightly thinner than its predecessor at 9.4 mm, albeit also being slightly heavier by 2 grams. Depending on the specific model, the phone features HSPA+ 21 Mbps along with 4G LTE. The Galaxy Note II is equipped with Broadcom BCM4334 chipset for the IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi connectivity in 2.4 Ghz and 5 Ghz dual-band with maximum rate up to 150 Mbps, FM radio tuner and Bluetooth 4.0 + HS support. ( Samsung galaxy Note II Wiki )

Samsung Galaxy S3: The S III's HD Super AMOLED display measures 4.8 inches on the diagonal. With a 1,280×720-pixel resolution. The S III has an 8-megapixel camera similar to that of the Galaxy S II. It can take 3,264×2,448 resolution photos and record videos in 1,920×1,080-pixel (1080p) resolution. Samsung improved the camera's software over that of its predecessor to include zero shutter lag, and Burst Mode and Best Shot, which work together to quickly take numerous photos before the best-judged frame is selected.The phone can also take pictures while recording videos. The rear-facing camera is complemented by a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera that can record 720p videos. (Samsung Galaxy S3 Wiki)
Now, can you decide which phone would you like to buy?

Six Tips A Best Video Converter Needed.

    Nowadays, lots of similar video converting programs claim that they are the best video converters, making users difficult to decide which software to purchase. I am familiar with all popular video converters, and today I’d like to share with you how to choose the best video converter. Hope that this post can help you get the most suitable video converter wisely.
    To judge a best video converter, we need to consider several factors. The following are some of the important features that a top video converter should have:
    1. Supported formats and devices
    Supported video format is indeed what you should consider at first when choosing a best vide converter. A best video converter should support most popular video formats and audio formats that work on PC as well as various devices, such as iPhone, iPad, HTC, PSP, etc.
    2. Output quality
    Output quality should be the second factor you should consider, before conversion speed. Some video converters are really fast but the output is disappointing, having these common problems: video freezes, audio stops playing, screen turns red or green, and short audio or video breaks during playback. So, if a video converter can output high quality or HD video, it should be in your selection range.
    3. Conversion speed
    You can easily find many video converters and even online converting services, but most of them disappoint you due to their low converting speed. A good video converter must have high conversion speed, which is especially important when you have to convert a video in large size. Multi-threading and batch conversion can make video conversion faster and handier.
    4. User interface
    If you are not an expert for computer and video format, a video converter software with a friendly and simple user interface will facilitate you a better video converting experience. Even beginners do not need to pay much time to learn how to use it.
    5. Other advanced features
    Besides video converting, a video converter should provide more features to make it more powerful, such as output customization and video editing. So you can merge and split video, batch convert video, add effect/subtitles to video, trim, crop and watermark video, etc.
    6. Customer support
    When you meet some problem with the software, a quick response from customer support can save you from trouble greatly. Check if its support center offers live chat, email, online help, forums or FAQ tutorials.

    Of course, a reasonable price with available free trial option is also what you may focus on, try the trial version at first, and then decide whether to buy it or not. And a multi-language interface will make the video converter better.
    After reading these tips on how to choose the best video converter, are you going to evaluate some video converters? Then look at the most recommended tool – Video Converter Ultimate at first to save your time. In addition to meeting all above requirements, it also can burn videos to DVD, rip DVD to video, download or capture web videos, and more.

Resource From: Goshareware--Discount softwares Free download.

Friday, January 18, 2013

Latest News for Samsung GALAXY Note III: 8-core processor, 6.3 inch screen?

We had mentioned some news for Samsung Galaxy S4 last week, and this week more news for Samsung is coming. The latest news is about Samsung Galaxy Note III, for the release data and specs.
The Korea Times made mention for Galaxy Note III features. And today, I’d like to collect the latest news about Note III.

First: Release Time
It is sure that Note III will coming in 2012 since the Note II is released on November, 2012. And we have got some news from the Wall Street Journal for the news that Samsung Galaxy Note III release data is on the first half of the year. As the news goes, Galaxy S4 will come on May, So Samsung is going to launch two major high-end smartphones in the same half of the year which is a little hard for us to get our head around.
Second: Samsung Note III specs
As we know, Note II is one of the biggest phones recently with 5.95 x 3.17 x 0.37-inch. The point is that Note III will be bigger than the one.
How big it would be indeed? A reporter published in the Korean Times is claiming that Note III will have a 6.3-inch display. It will be one of the most outstanding point as Note II has only 5.29-inch screen, and Galaxy S4 with 4.8-inch, iPhone 5 with 4.0 inch displays.
News not ends, the Korean Times continues to predict that “Samsung plans to use the Octa core processor in the upcoming 6.3-inch Galaxy Note 3”. And for the flash memory, it may offer either 16G or 32G, which keeping in removable SD card up to 64G of microSDXC storage, too.

Ok, that is all the latest connected news for Galaxy Note III, if you are interested in this phone, Just wait for the release day for Samsung Galaxy Note III.

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Top 5 Free Data Recovery Tools.

Have you ever lost unwanted data, and desire to get all of them back? The best way to recover from unexpected data loss is to be properly prepared. With one of the following tools on hand, you'll always be ready to save your data from the Reaper.

While the best defense against data loss is redundant and real-time backup, we understand that sometimes data loss sneaks right up on you. Whether your vacation pictures didn't make it safely from your camera to your computer or a bumbling roommate deleted the paper you've been working all week on, having emergency data recovery tools handy is crucial to getting your data back before it's gone forever. Earlier this week we asked you to share your favorite data recovery tools with us. We tallied up your favorites and now we're back with the nominees for best free data recovery tool.

TestDisk (Windows/Mac/Linux)
 TestDisk is a powerful open-source tool for recovering your data. Not only can TestDisk perform basic file recovery like undeleting accidentally deleted files from FAT, NTFS, and ext2 file systems, but it comes with a host of additional functionality. With TestDisk you can recover your boot sector from a backup, rebuild your boot sector, fix FAT tables, fix your MFT, locate the ext2/ext3 backup SuperBlock, copy deleted files from partitions to recovery media, and find lost partitions in dozens of formats to help you locate your lost data. It's a command line tool, so there's no GUI, but the menus and the documentation in the wiki should get you started without much trouble.

Recuva (Windows)
 Recuva is a user-friendly Windows-based tool. When you run Recuva, you can resurrect missing files using either the file-recovery wizard or the application's manual mode. The file-recovery wizard is handy when you're sure your data is gone but you're not quite sure where it went or how to get it back. The wizard lets you narrow your search type to pictures, music, documents, video, or all files, and you can set the search location to everywhere on your computer, removable media only, in My Documents, the Recycle Bin, or a specified location. If you don't need the wizard you can jump right into manual mode and get to work searching where you know the file should be. Recuva uses a green/yellow/red light system to indicate how probable the recovery of your files will be, and when available, it can provide previews image files available for recovery. Recuva also includes a tool to securely wipe files you find, handy if you're attempting a file recovery just to ensure the files are actually dead and gone.

PhotoRec (Windows/Mac/Linux)
 PhotoRec is a companion program to TestDisk, also included in this Hive Five. Like TestDisk, this app is also devoid of a GUI, but likewise is quite powerful at file recovery. We're including PhotoRec independently of TestDisk because many users distinctly prefer PhotoRec as a safer alternative when deep disk recovery isn't necessary. This recovery tool won't mess with your partitions or help you rebuild your master boot record; it will, however, dive into your disks in a safe, read-only mode and ignore partitions and file systems in an effort to seek out your missing files. PhotoRec focuses on file types, is operating-system agnostic, and despite its name, isn't relegated to just photos. Overall, PhotoRec is a powerful tool for quickly and safely copying your deleted files to another disk.

Restoration (Windows)

 Restoration is a tiny, no-frills, portable recovery tool. You can use it in all versions of Windows and Windows file systems. It lacks some of the advanced functionality of other nominees but does have basic file-name search and the ability to sort by file parameters such as size and filename. Despite its tiny size, it performed just as well as the other nominees when tasked with restoring files from our test disks. Restoration weighs in at a mere 406k and would make a great addition to any Windows-based USB toolkit.

 Undelete Plus (Windows)
 Undelete Plus used to be commercial software but has gone on a lengthy "limited time offer" freeware run. This file recovery app works on all versions of Windows and incarnations of the FAT and NTFS file systems. Like Recuva, Undelete Plus assigns a recovery probability to files it finds based on how damaged the file is. You can sort files by type, set filters based on time and size to avoid sifting through every deleted file on your disk, and keep folder structures intact when you perform your recovery.

source: Goshareware Data Recovery Forum

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Comparison for iPhone 4S and iPhone 5.

iPhone 5 had been released for months, but there are still people ask " Which one is better? iPhone 4S or iphone 5", And today I'd like to take a late comparision for iPhone 4S and iPhone 5.
Following tips are what changed and what stayed the same for iPhone 5 from iPhone 4s.
Resource from: Cnet News.

Monday, January 7, 2013

Nokia could eventually make an Android phone!!

It is a dream for Nokia lovers. Despite how badly countless numbers of smartphone users want one, and how much sense it makes to produce one, Nokia has been firm on their commitment to Windows Phone, making it clear they have no interest in manufacturing an Android phone. We’ve been over this before here at Android and Me, but we’re bringing it up again today because Nokia CEO Stephen Elop looks to be finally softening his stance on alternative platforms.

In an interview with El Pais, Elop was quoted as saying that while Nokia is happy with Windows Phone at the moment, but left the door open by saying “anything is possible.”
Of course this shouldn’t be taken as any sort of confirmation that Nokia is working on an Android powered Lumia behind closed doors, but it’s a far cry from the position Elop has taken on alternative platforms in the past. For those of us who crave Nokia’s industrial design and Android’s sleek, modern UI, there’s still hope yet.
Resource From: Android and Me.

Is there going to be an iPhone Mini in lower price?

In the smartphone area, Which are the most Competitive companies? Of course the answer is Apple and Samsung which are stand for iOS and Android.
In the past year, Samsung has been the clear winner in the smartphone wars, with Apple playing second fiddle. And that lead may wider further in 2013.
How can Apple deal with this difficulty?
Strategy Analytics analyst Neil Mawston thinks there will be an iPhone Mini which will have lower financial arrangements comparable with the iPad and iPad mini to address the hundreds of millions of prepaid users worldwide that cannot afford the current iPhone.
 Based on data sent to CNET, Mawston expects Samsung to carve out a 33 percent chunk of the smartphone market this year, up from a projected 31 percent in 2012. At the same time, Apple's share will inch up to 21 percent from 20 percent last year. Samsung could sell as many as 290 million smartphones this year, while Apple is likely to sell 180 million iPhones. (resource from cnet).
And When will iPhone Mini come out? "We expect the 'iPhone Mini' to be more likely next year, in 2014, when Apple's penetration of the global postpaid smart phone market will be nearing saturation and Apple will be forced to discover fresh growth streams elsewhere," Mawtson further added.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Some coming news for Samsung Galaxy S IV.

Except for iphone, Which cellphone is the most popular? Without doubt, Samsung Galaxy S III is the anwer. There are lots of people asking: which one is better? iPhone 4s or Samsung Galaxy S III? iPhone 5 or Samsung Galaxy S III?
However, in my opinion, Samsung Galaxy S III is the best Android phone so far. And then you know Samsung Galaxy S III released on May 2012, when will Samsung Galaxy S IV come out this year in 2013?
There are some news for Samsung Galaxy S IV I collect from sites.
This image is the only creditable I found which is alleged to be the Galaxy S IV has hit the Web, giving an early look at what might be Samsung's next flagship phone.
The official reply for when Samsung Galaxy S IV will release from the company was "The Galaxy SIV won't be released before May 2013."  So if you are interested in the next Galaxy series phone, Just wait for May.
What will be different for Samsung Galaxy S IV from Samsung Galaxy S III? It reports that it will use on-screen buttons as there is no home-button present on the device, the bezel around the device is much thinner and the device features a large display.

Fine, Those are all I know, I will continue to share what I get for Samsung Galaxy S IV.


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