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When Strong Bad fails to obey the King of Town's totally unfair email tax, he's placed under house arrest. Once freed from his wrongful imprisonment, Strong Bad goes on a mission to unite the local warring factions under the Strong Badian flag. Is Free Country USA ready for such an awesome ruler?
- Publisher: Telltale Games
- Last updated: September 16th, 2008
Baddest of the Bands is the third episode of the Strong Bad series. In this chapter, Strong Bad is hurting for cash, so he sets out to dominate the Battle Royale of the Bands. Can he rule the stage and win the big prize? Or will he be drowned out by the competition? Find out in this high-voltage episode -- with special guest stars, rock gods LIMOZEEN!
- Publisher: Telltale Games
- Last updated: November 1st, 2008
Dangeresque 3 is fourth chapter of the Strong Bad adventure game. In this episode, you play Dangeresque, a dirty cop in pursuit of action and big sacks of cash. Can our hero defeat his arch-nemesis and save the world? Looks like he's gonna have to jump...
- Publisher: Telltale Games
- Last updated: November 22nd, 2008
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The following effects can be used to give your video more of a "film look". There are 9 different film looks available. These effects work with Windows Movie Maker 6.0 (either under Vista or Windows 7).
- Film Look - Bleach Bypass
- Film Look - Contrast
- Film Look - Desaturation
- Film Look - Enhance Colors
Spread destruction with Damage, the industry standard for bad video effects, including Artifact, Blockade, Destabilize, Interference, Overexpose, Skew, Wave Displace, Channel Offset and Aged Film. Digieffects plugins are designed for host applications Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects versions CS6 and CC, Final Cut Pro X, and Motion 4 and 5.
- you can collect all your photos or pictures to only one film file
- then you can show this film using any of your movie players
- the photo file formats can be: jpg, bmp, gif, tif, png, wmf, emf, cur, ico
- Publisher: Valeri Vlassov
- Home page: www.rominten.com
- Last updated: December 20th, 2009
Enjoy your photos in a film-like slideshow
- Publisher: Felix Lin
- Last updated: October 21st, 2009
KEYLIGHT is an award-winning production-proven blue and green screen keyer. KEYLIGHT is simple to use and is particularly good at tackling reflections, semi-transparent areas and hair. Because spill suppression is built in, often selecting the screen colour is all you need to do to extract the matte and seat the foreground into the background so it looks photographed rather than composited.
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zMatte is a full-featured keyer that is the result of our experience in creating hundreds of successful blue and green screen composites. Using proprietary matte extraction techniques, zMatte quickly and simply creates mattes with minimal parameters even if you are dealing with fine hair detail, smoke, or reflections.
This free program provides you with a convenient form for organizing your movie disks. You can enter the title, the category, the names of the featured stars, the lenght of the film, and other useful data. Useful for home movies collections, videoclubs, schools, video libraries and other institutions.
This program analyzes your system's registry, detecting all its possible errors, and then it proceeds to fix them in a quick and easy manner. The program has an attractive interface that will guide you step by step through the whole process. Also, you can schedule automatic registry cleaning.
It protects your home computer from online threats of all kinds.
- Real-time malware protection: Blue Coat WebFilter helps identify and block illegal or undesirable content in real time, including malware-infected sites.
- Automatic content ratings.
- Continuous protection that won’t slow down your computer.
Landscape/architectural photographs taken using ordinary cameras are likely to be distorted due to the 'converging lines' problem in photography. One solution, though expensive, is to use cameras fitted with 'shift lenses' for taking such photos. ShiftN, a Windows-based software tool does this correction programmatically and for free. ShiftN is freeware and works on all Windows versions,32/64 bit.
- Publisher: Marcus Hebel
- Home page: www.shiftn.de
- Last updated: June 7th, 2013
Blue Iris is a video security program that allows you to keep an eye on your home, place of business, cars and valuables. You can use up to 64 cameras including webcams, camcorders, network IP cams, analog cards. You can capture JPEG snapshots or capture movies in standard MP4, AVI, advanced DVR or Windows Media file formats.
Blue Satin Skin 2.2 is a skin to be used with MorpVOX Voice Changing Software. Blue Satin Skin is more compact, it only shows you the most used sections: Voice Selection and Sounds (renamed Sound Effects). Of course, you will be able to customize the sections showed as you like.
In this simple yet entertaining game, you need to make The Incredible Hulk jump and hit as many enemies as possible. You can play it in one of two modes: Arcade, where you have one minute to hit as many enemies as possible, or Challenge, where you have only one chance to achieve a high score.
- Publisher: MarvelKids.com
- Last updated: July 18th, 2009
HUD Blue Skin Pack will change the appearance of the Windows 7 native theme. This awesome pack will install the HUD-Blue style to your desktop screen. It is very easy to use and it has an intuitive interface for all the users.
Note: Support for Windows 7 , Windows 7 SP1 – [X86_X64] – [All Language] – [All Version].
- Publisher: SKINPACK
- Home page: skinpacks.com
- Last updated: September 27th, 2012
Bad CD / DVD Reader is a great way to read data from such scratched or corrupted CD/DVDs, which are a result of bad settings in the media’s pre-recorded information on account of the technical specifics, eccentricity issues, uneven dye distribution over the surface, or uneven weight distribution in the media.
- Publisher: AIV Software
- Home page: www.aivsoft.com
- Last updated: March 5th, 2008