4Media iPod to PC Transfer 188.8.131.5220606 4Media iPod to PC Transfer can transfer music, videos,photos, podcast, and TV shows on your iPod/iPhone to PC and add them to your local iTunes Library. It transfers music/video from PC to iPod/iPhone and allows you to edit playlists on your iPod.
4Media Video Splitter 2.0.1.0111 4Media Video Splitter 2 can help you to split one video file into segments in specified length. Free to split a video file by locating split point manually in preview or automatically split by video size, duration time or clip number.
Description: 4Media ISO Studio can make a great many of documents including multimedia and bootable files on your hard disk into ISO image file to make your file transferring easier. Editing ISO image file is also available in this expert ISO making software. You can add or delete files in ISO image, or extract any files to hard disk.
1. Optimized the ISO storage structure to maximize the storage space and distribute resources fitly.
3. Detailed making progress including remaining time and size, percentage completed, etc. will be shown for your reference.
4. Periodically and automatically check for updates to ensure you the latest function and ISO making experience.
5. Set the after done action before making ISO. No need to wait till the ISO making completed.
6. Provide you with English, German, French, Japanese, Chinese interface languages and several skins to change the product appearance freely.
ImTOO ISO Studio 1.0.9.0112 ImTOO ISO Studio enables you to make ISO image from hard disk files or CD/DVD-ROM. You can create ISO from videos, music, and any data on your computer. ImTOO ISO Studio can also
Create ISO Image From Files Software 7.0 This software offers a solution to users who want to compress multiple files into ISO files. The user simply adds files or an entire folder before starting the compression. This
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