VirtualFiles is designed to be a program that is supposed to help you organize your pictures, videos, music files, documents and other computer files into categories.
Most mainstream applications have default data file locations that don’t conform or easily adapt to your personal needs for organizing files.
VirtualFiles can help you overcome this easily. VirtualFiles lets you create and manage virtual folders, named for your categories or collections. Then VirtualFiles lets you store a virtual copy of any file on your system in one or more of your virtual folders.
VirtualFiles requires Windows XP, Vista or 7.
VirtualFiles may not work properly on Windows 2000 or Mac OS X
VirtualFiles System Requirements:
Supported operating system: Windows XP, Vista and 7
Creative Music Media Designer
Creative Music Media Designer has a simple, visual interface that makes it easy to work with a wide range of media files, including video, audio, images and text files. This tool comes with features to help you make sense of your media, including import and export tools for popular formats, smart tagging, text to image and image to text conversion, and much more.
For those who like to work with pictures, VirtualFiles supports batch renaming and organizing of your digital images, and has an image browser that shows you details about your pictures and lets you organize your image library by date, date taken, tags, and other criteria.
With VirtualFiles, you can store your images in more than one place, create folders and subfolders to contain and organize them, and apply tags to your pictures.
You can even add text descriptions to your images, which can be useful if you’re using your pictures for your blog. VirtualFiles will convert your text to an image so you can see it in your file and photo manager.
Import and export tools for popular file formats, including MP3, WAV, WMA, JPEG, TIFF, GIF, PNG, PCX, BMP, ASF, 3GP, AVI, MPEG, AAC eea19f52d2
This package is rich in Delphi and C++ Builder components for real-time audio, and the code is optimized for both environments. The package is written to use the same interfaces in VCL and Firemonkey projects, and they are cross-compatible with directshow, dshow, and Intel IPP technologies. The code is convenient and offers easy installation for any platform. The collection of components includes media players, dedicated audio encoders, decoders, editors, and analysers. These components and the application made from them can be found in the AudioLab package, which offers the best components for Delphi and C++ Builder.
This package is compatible with many technologies and makes it simple to develop and share applications that work with audio. Most of the code is compatible for use in all supported environments.
The package comprises two parts:
AudioLib: A set of components for audio playback and recording, conversion, and analysis, with a solid architecture that is compatible with a number of technologies.
VideoLib: A set of components for video playback and capture, and for streaming video.
Compatible with DirectX 9 and DirectX 10 technologies, and the class library is completely generic.
Compatible with DirectShow, dshow, and Intel IPP, and the components are compatible with all multimedia technologies.
Compatible with VCL and Firemonkey (Fmx) projects.
Compatible with VB.NET, C++/CLI, C#, and J#.
Compatible with Visual C++ MFC, MFC6, and MFC7.
Audio Format Converter
Audio Player GUI
Audio File Playlist
Audio Player GUI
Win32 API compliant
Video Player GUI
Stream Video Compression Codec
AudioLab is an open-source package that supports Delphi, C++Builder,.NET (C#, J#, and VB.NET), and Visual C++ (MFC6 and MFC7). In the past, the package was known as the DirectShow project, but AudioLab was a better name since it represents the current version of the library.
AudioLab on Github
The AudioLab package is very well supported by the