- Free Newspaper Translation. Translates websites, web pages, online texts, and online documents.
- Softissimo. Translate entire web pages.
- Babelfish by AltaVista. Excellent site that gives you lots of language translation options.
- Google Translator. Good, basic language translation with Google’s technology behind it.
- Langenberg Language Translation. Translate text in a variety of languages.
- Dictionary.com. Good language translation tool that allows you to type in whole blocks of text.
- Machine Translation Engine. Translate in languages as diverse as Afrikaans and Welsh.
- Translation Wizard. Excellent site with a variety of languages available.
- AjaxTrans: Just start typing and your words will instantly be translated from and into a variety of different languages.
- POPjisyo: “OPjisyo is a web based pop-up dictionary for Japanese, Chinese, Korean and other languages.”
- Binary Translator: Hey, binary is a language too! Converts text to binary and vice-versa.
Archive for January, 2009
Many of our students have expressed interest in publishing their work to YouTube. In some cases, it’s a painless way to get a portfolio online; in other cases, it’s good marketing. Regardless of the reason, though, everyone wants to cram as much quality as possible into their YouTube videos. And it’s especially important to get your upload right the first time, because YouTube does not allow you to “switch out” a video with a higher-quality version once it’s on the site.
The key to getting quality out of YouTube is to remember that they’re going to transcode whatever you upload. You’re sending them a master — not a pre-compressed video — so the optimizations that you’d normally make for a streaming video won’t carry forward to what YouTube viewers see.
You have a lot of flexibility over what kind of master you upload, but you’re fundamentally constrained by YouTube’s two main limits: 10 minutes of play time, or 100MB of file size, whichever comes first.
1. Click on the “Site Manager” tab in the main FDM window
2. Click on the “Add Site” button on the menu bar (left-most button).
3. Fill in Site Name (such as rapidshare.com, for example)
4. Check box for “Login is Required”
5. Fill in “User” and “Password”
6. Click “OK”
Steps to success :
(when not work please try with ie)
2) In FDM, under “Options/Settings/New Download/Advanced” in the “Default downloads settings” menu, Protocol tab, check these 2 items :
- Use HTTP 1.1