Win2k / Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / WinXP
Supported conversions include: CD to WAV, MP3, WMA, and OGG; MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV/AIF/VOX/MP2/MPC/G.72x/AU/RAW to MP3/WMA/OGG/WAV; WAV/MP3/WMA/OGG to CD burning, WAV/MP3 Compression, and two-way conversions among MPEG-1, MPEG-2, AVI, WMV, Multi-Page TIFF, and FLIC. MPEG options are available for VCD, SVCD, and DVD compliant output. When converting from audio CD, track information can be dynamically downloaded from the CDDB and used to automatically name saved files.
Video editing is available for AVI (uncompressed), AVI (compressed using any available codec), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, WMV, and ASF. Comprehensive video editing operations are provided (delete frame, delete selection, crop, resize, rotate, mirror, flip, trim, text overlay, adjust audio volume, etc.). In addition, an extensive list of over 30 effects and color adjustment operations allow for powerful video enhancement and alternation. WAV, WMA, and MP3 audio files can be inserted into the video or extracted from the video; and BMP, GIF, JPG, PCX, PNG, RAS, PPM, TGA, and TIF are the supported image formats that can be inserted or extracted. Most video processing operations can also be performed in batch mode on a list of video files using the software's Batch Video Processor.
Complete drag and drop capabilities, fully skinnable interface, audio tag editing, CDDB support, and versatile preferences (for maximum control) are also present!
blaze media pro multimedia player converter convert
1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.
I basically use BMP to record audio from other sources, i.e., old tapes that I want to transfer to CDs. My advice is that unless you plan to use ALL of BMP's features, look for something else. There is other software out there, some of it free, that will do the same things BMP does. You might need more than one freeware program to do EVERYTHING you can do with BMP, but it's cheaper and easier in the long run than having to shell out another $50 every time you upgrade your hard drive.
You complain to Mystic Media about the software you paid for that can’t be installed on your next computer unless you pay for it again, and they tell you to have a nice day. It isn’t the actual program that stinks – just their deep-seated fear that you might actually be able to get your money’s worth out of it.
but none is working !
try to extract audio from an MPEG file ? nope !
try to rotate a movie ? nope !
Most of the time an error occurs and the application exits !
I'm very very desapointed...
Blaze Media Pro is not an application. It's an hoax.