Wow, I converted a 30 meg MPEG into an animated GIF that's 540 megs!
How awesome is that?
[log in to unmask] wrote on 1/4/2007 1:01:02 AM:
> We enjoy quirky software that suits our fancy. I would only use zamzar
> convert multimedia (aka fun stuff) formats.
> Have fun and happy new year, Gavin!
> "If at first you don't succeed; call it version 1.0" --anonymous
> On 1/4/07, Gavin Baker <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> It wasn't this site, but a similar site saved my butt a few weeks ago. I
>> was giving a presentation in a class in the NWE labs, which run Solaris
>> with StarOffice. I'd made my slides in OO.o and saved them in ODF,
>> without thinking about opening them on another machine. Turns out the
>> old version of StarOffice doesn't read the format used in OO.o 2, only
>> the old StarOffice formats used in OO.o 1. I was about to be in big
>> trouble until I found a site that converted ODF -> PDF, which I could
>> On the privacy issue, I wouldn't use this (or anything online, even with
>> someone released FOSS server software that did this which one could
>> install on one's own box.
>> > Convert anything:
>> > http://www.zamzar.com/
>> > found on Digg.
>> > Happy New Year!!! =20
>> > xoxoxo,
>> > --Nong