OGG Vorbis FAQ -
Ogg Vorbis is a new audio compression format that is roughly
comparable to other formats used to store and play digital
music, such as MP3, VQF, AAC, WMA. The major difference, Ogg
Vorbis is completely free, open, and unpatented.
MP3 FAQ - Frequently asked
questions about MP3s and audio formats.
MP3 Glossary and Definitions
- KBPS, VBR, P2P... so many acronyms, find out what they all
Create Your Own Streaming
Audio - How To Effortlessly Use Streaming Audio To Add
Impact To Your Online Business or Web site.
History of MP3s - In
just over a couple of years, the MP3 audio file format has
caused a big stir and captured the minds and hard drives of
millions of people worldwide.
MP3 CD Burning
Checklist - The tools you need to get yourself up and
running with MP3s.
MP3s Explained: A Beginner's
Guide - MP3 has changed the way people listen to music on
the Internet. It wasn't so long ago that the average pop song
converted into a Wav file took hours to download on a 28.8Kbs
modem connection and ate up around 50 megabytes of disk space
Description of Audio Formats - A description of some of the
more popular audio formats such as MP3, WAV, WMA and OGG.
Buffer Underrun Guide - How to Avoid Buffer Underrun
Problems When Burning Audio CDs
DVD Formats Explained
- Trying to understand the alphabet soup known as DVD? Educate
yourself about the various DVD formats available today.
Don't Be Stumped By DVD Standards
- It all comes down to application formats, writable formats and DVD drives
DivX Problem Guide -
How to reduce frame-skipping and stutter when playing DivX
How to Play DVD Movies
Without Stutter -
What can you do to prevent DVD decoding software from running out of CPU time?
There are a few things you should always do before watching DVD
movies on your computer.
Free Up Memory (RAM)
in Windows -
The processing power stored in the CPU of a PC is extremely
important when running games, movie players, compression
products and graphics software. However, when analysing overall
system performance, CPU speed comes second to having sufficient
physical memory (RAM) to run these complex applications.