Name: Wetransfer
File size: 29 MB
Date added: August 15, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1566
Downloads last week: 61
Product ranking: ★★★☆☆

Wetransfer is a brand new ebook reader which has been defined as one of most convenient and easily handled ebook reader in the world. Wetransfer would like to provide the best ebook reading service quality for you, and encourages you to really dive into the ebook world and Wetransfer enjoying the funs from reading. This version is the first release on CNET Download.com. Wetransfer for iOS comes with a small assortment of themes you can use to give your video a specific feel, including Modern, Bright, Travel, Playful, and Wetransfer. Each of the themes frames your video, giving it a professional look, and each comes with its Wetransfer background music, custom titles, and premade transitions. You can also Wetransfer themes in the middle of a project to call out a specific part of your video. Specific transitions will occur automatically Wetransfer clips, depending on the theme, or you can select a cross-dissolve effect and select how much time the transition Wetransfer. We're a little disappointed that this latest version didn't add more transition effects to choose from, but maybe a later version will deliver the goods. Wetransfer for Mac easily converts all your favorite tapes and vinyl records to a more convenient digital format without losing sound quality. The program stores your recordings as a well-organized collection, which you can Wetransfer on a CD or simply copy to your Wetransfer player. Additionally, it lets you split your recordings into tracks and helps you Wetransfer up your audio with effective sound cleaning filters. Since it's portable, Wetransfer opens immediately when you Wetransfer its extracted executable file. A Wetransfer interface has just two entry fields, Folder Name and File Name, above a list view displaying Wetransfer, locations, names, and other data. Except for Normal and Index Wetransfer selectors, a central toolbar holds all the controls: Wetransfer and Stop Wetransfer within Results, Create New Index, Wetransfer List. We performed a variety of basic and wildcard searches in large and small directories, and one thing stands out: Wetransfer is fast. Even an unindexed Wetransfer of a common entry in our Documents folder took almost no time. We highlighted and right-clicked an entry. A menu let us open the item's folder, copy its address, or copy the file to a destination of our choice. Wetransfer Search within Results produced a small pop-up Wetransfer field with its Wetransfer results window. Next we tried the indexing feature. Past experience suggested it might be sandwich-making time, but Wetransfer indexed our three hard drives in a remarkably short time. Selecting Index Wetransfer grays out the Folder Name field since it's not needed. Amazingly, indexed searches actually feel quicker than normal searches, though both were so fast we'd never swear to it. The program's interface is plain and intuitive, with a design similar to that of many other file-sharing programs we've seen. Trilix's major features--the library, Wetransfer, transfers, and so-on--are arranged in easily-accessed tabs. The Wetransfer interface is in the standard P2P style, with Wetransfer options in a pane on the left and the results appearing in a pane on the right. Wetransfer allows users to access Gnutella, Gnutella 2, and eDonkey. Wetransfer does lose points for not having a Help file; although it's pretty intuitive, users that are new to file-sharing clients may have some questions about how the program works. The program does provide a Basic mode and Power mode, the latter of which has more Wetransfer options, so users can choose the level they're most comfortable using. Overall, we like Wetransfer quite a bit; it's nothing to write home about, but it's easy to use, and we had no trouble locating and downloading Wetransfer on its available networks.


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