Hello. I'm a new member and technology challenged anyway, so please bear with me. I just got an android huawei. I downloaded a program to my computer that I need to install on my phone. I unzipped it and transferred the files (some of which I had to convert from .jar to .apk) to my SD card using the USB cable to my computer and also by using the awesome drop app.
I ripped a blu-ray movie into an mp4 file. When I try to copy it to my sd card, i am asked if I want to convert it (says it is recommended). If I say yes, it says it will take 5 hours to convert the file.
On the one hand I have a lot of tar files created with gnu format, and on the other hand I have a tool that only supports pax (aka posix) format. I am looking for an easy way to convert the existing tar files to pax format - without extracting them to the file system and re-create the archives.
Hello, I'm trying to use cinelerra and it seems to require one to convert all video files to .mov before allowing one to edit the video. I have been looking for hours for a way to convert mp4 to mov, but there is no forthcoming solution for Linux. Is there a way to convert .mp4 files to .mov with Linux or should I just switch back to Windows or get a Mac until Linux is more mature?
Guys, I have a question regarding backup files on my PC. I have all the backup files stored on my PC, Would like to know if i can open these files on the PC with a reader or any thing of that sort? I donot have my phone with me presently, so I dunno what could be done. I have backed up using Titanium and Gobackup.
I have some wma file which I would like to convert to mp3. My situation is that the wma files are in different sub directories. I already have a good script which I found online but its problem is that you only can convert wma in current directory. I would like to edit this script, so I can be able to convert my wma files in sub directories too.