[quote:3s0v9pdd]Media Cope is a multi-functional media software for Windows XP/Vista/7 with following functions:
[b:3s0v9pdd] Audio/Video Player[/b:3s0v9pdd]
Plays almost any audio/video file. You wont require any other media player after using this.
[b:3s0v9pdd] Audio/Video Cutter[/b:3s0v9pdd]
It can cut almost any audio/video file and then save directly to the format of your choice like you can save audio/video directly to your iphone or other mobile device format.
It can join almost any audio/video file and then save directly to the format of your choice like you can save joined audio/video directly to your iphone or other mobile device format.
[b:3s0v9pdd] Audio Converter[/b:3s0v9pdd]
It can convert almost any audio/video to any audio format. You wont require any other converter after using this.
It can convert almost any video to any video format. You can also crop/pad videos using this. You wont require any other converter after using this.
[b:3s0v9pdd] Photo Cutter[/b:3s0v9pdd]
This can convert 100s of your photographs in few minutes. It can save a lot of time when you need to crop a lot of photographs.
[b:3s0v9pdd] Photo Resizer[/b:3s0v9pdd]
It can resize and convert your photographs with special methods. You will find it helpful as you use it. More Info
[b:3s0v9pdd] Slide Show[/b:3s0v9pdd]
A masterpiece that can give your photographs a movie like feel in realtime. All you need to do is select pictures and ask it to run slide show.
[b:3s0v9pdd] Internet Tools[/b:3s0v9pdd]
It contains Speak Text and Web Image Full Screen Viewer, both are amazing tools. Speak Text can read any text on any website by just a click and other tool can view any image on a web page in full screen.[/quote:3s0v9pdd]
There is a wealth of additional information available via the [url=http://www.mediacope.com/:3s0v9pdd]HOME PAGE.[/url:3s0v9pdd]
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