Download Flash Games and Play them without the Internet

August 15, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:

The directory for the flash plugins is
C : \Program Files\IrfanView\Plugins

Once you have the flash game downloaded, it can be played in Irfanview and other media viewers / players, such as windows media player and Swiff Player.

To get the flash games to play in Windows Media Player, you may have o adjust your settings Tools – Options – Security tab in Windows Media Player and check that your level is set to Medium if you get a “Your current security settings do not allow this action” error.

Links:

-IrfanView
http://www.download.com/IrfanView/3000-2192-10021962.html?part=dl-IrfanView&subj=dl&tag=button

-Plugins
http://www.irfanview.com/plugins.htm

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Burning Videos to DVD – Playable in Any Standard DVD Player

August 14, 2008

if you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:

When you open your video in DeVeDe, press “Adjust disk usage” no matter what percent of the disk your video is using, this will ensure you get the best quality, while still fitting your video onto the disk.

DVDs and CDs should bother be playable in any DVD player, but remember, if you’re making a CD video – The video MUST be under 80 minutes or this will not work in DVD players!

In DeVeDe under the menu options you can select your own menu background, but then must be in png format, you can open your images in paint and file>save as and then select png to achieve this.

Links:

DeVeDe for Windows
http://www.majorsilence.com/devede/39/devede3.9.0-setup.exe

ImgBurn
http://download.imgburn.com/SetupImgBurn_2.4.2.0.exe

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Create a New Partition with GParted

August 7, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm

me.

Additional Information:

Make sure you back up any information you would not want to loose, as you always run the small risk of possibly damaging or loosing data, and I take no responsibility for that.

Also, run a defragment before you partition, this will speed it up a little, and minimize the risk of data loss.

Let the check disk run on your start up after you apply your partitions.

This will work with almost any operating system.

Links:

-GParted
http://gparted.sourceforge.net/download.php

-How to Defragement

-How to burn a iso

-How to boot from a CD


Change Boot Order and Boot from a CD/DVD

August 6, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:

Don’t mess around in your BIOS unless you know what you’re doing!!

Change your boot order back to your hard drive as the first device when you’re done booting from a disk.

You can also boot from floppys or thumb drives, just put what ever device you want ahead of your hard drive.

This is most commonly done for installing a OS.


How to Boot into Safe Mode

August 5, 2008

If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information:

In run type msconfig

You will restart into safe mode every time until you go back into the options and uncheck the SAFEBOOT box.


Enabling the “Watch in High Quality” Option on your Videos

August 3, 2008


If you have any questions or requests for tutorials, post a comment or pm me.

Additional Information: This is not the only encoding method to achieve the high quality option, just one that works for me. You can experiment, but a few things you probably

should leave the same is
a screen resolution 640 x 480 (or higher)
And a 1500+ video bit rate.

I’ve also found that you can have the Format and container set to MPEG2 and use the same resolution and bit rate, but if you’re using MediaCoder, make sure the audio is set to mp3, as when you change the format to MPEG1 or 2 it will change the audio to something that is incompatible.

Also note that the option to view in high quality might take a few minutes to show up after your video is done rendering on YouTube.

Links:
http://mediacoder.sourceforge.net/download.htm