WebEx Recording Editor (formerly called WebEx Recorder and Player) is a little-known but extremely excellent commercial-grade, high-quality free screen action recording tool. It can record full-screen or specified window, allows to set whether to contain the sound or not. In particular, the size of recording file generated by WebEx Recording Editor is almost the smallest with unexpectedly clear and smooth playing effect (basically lossless). Moreover, the whole recording process only takes up very little system resource.
SolveigMM Video Splitter is an outstanding and very fast (no encoding/decoding process required) lossless video editing software. Its intuitive interface enables users to split (remove the unwanted parts) / merge (join any format of video clips into a single big one) pretty much all common video formats accurately, correctly without quality loss.
GiliSoft Video Editor is a very simplely designed and easy to use video editing software with rich and popular features, which is especially famous as video cutter (or called splitter) and video joiner (or called merger). It supports almost all video formats (including mobile platform, traditional and network video formats).
In the process of watching movie/TV/video clip on a computer, we may have such kind of needs: to extract the background music/dialogue from movie or video for collection or other use; to convert TV episodes to MP3 to enjoy them in ear or in bed. In cases like these, we can ask Pazera Free Audio Extractor for help.
Alien Skin Software's BlowUp is a ultra-high-quality and pretty handy nondestructive image zooming tool released as Adobe Photoshop/Lightroom's filter plugin and standalone application. Its powerful features even leave many similar software (such as BenVista PhotoZoom Pro, Reshade Image Enlarger, Inpixio Photo Maximizer Pro...) in the dust!
In some cases, we may need to enlarge an image in order to see its more details. For high-definition pictures, if just zoom in several times, its quality can still make users satisfied; But when you need to enlarge it to more than ten times or even dozens of times, that must cause a sudden drop on quality and the appearance of jagged image (also called Mosaic). As to low-resolution images, the situation is even worse.