hello guys i recently installed the ubuntu 11.10 on virtual box, i alloted 8 GB of space to it earlier. now I'm running out of space! plz help and tell me how to resize it or attach a new hard disk to it!
the host OS is Win 7 ultimate
guest OS ubuntu 11.10
Hi guys, does anyone know any good application to conveniently resize videos?
The features i need
Multithreading/GPU accelearation support is appreciated.
Resize multiple episodes at once
Good resizing ratio without compromising on quality for the output resolution
I need to...
By mistake I have given my Ubuntu partition lots of extra space, And I am lacking space on Windows to store stuff on.So I need to resize my Windows partition while reducing the size of the Linux partition.
So, which Software can probably help me?. I've tried Paragon Partition Manager it does...
E71 and E63 both have screens which are oriented in landscape mode. This means that there are 240 pixels vertically and 320 pixels horizontally instead of the normal 320px vertical and 240px horizontal.
So, most java applications would either not run or some part of the screen would be out of...
I have around some 1000 images dat iv clicld on a DSLR, now d resizing softwwares r resizing the images to a resolution of 720 X 482 and the resolution dat i want 4 PAL is 720 X 576. Being in a wider form, its not possble to resize the images in dis aspect wthout affectin dere perspective...
i am working on a new blog . for the background , i want a gradient which will resize itself according to the screen resolution of the user .
if anyone can help me with :
1. a gradient maker - i searched on google .. only one is useful and it isnt that good.
2. how to make the...
I've windows installed in my (C) drive and a separate drive (D) for Program files.
C is of 7 GB and D is of 15 GB.
I want to resize my C drive to 12 GB. How do I do it?
O.S. currently in use WinXP with SP3.
I have abt 250 images which is abt 1GB. I need a software which can resize all the images in one go and make the file size smaller, no problem if it changes the resoultion also. Each image is abt 4MB, I need then to be abt 100-200 kb.. I cant do this manually for each and every image.
Guys, I want to share with you..
I found a good tool , called VidMorph.
It can create, crop and resize the pictures, and save it into popular media format: avi, wmv, flv, swf.... it's very funny!!
i want to resize many pics to many different resolutions !!
each folder has ( all .png files )
1 pics to be resized to 176x1762
2 pics to be resized to 176x220
4 pics to be resized to 20x16
and i hv many such folders in which the pics are of almost double sizes
coz i want to use those 240x320...
I am looking for a software which is same as microsoft photo editor . Generally MS photo editor comes with MS office , but here I am not allowed to use that . I thought of irfanview....... now that is also in blocked list . so now what should I do ? adobe photoshop is a heavy software . I am...
1. How to resize my hard disk partitions without losing any data?
Plz suggest a freeware.
2. Is it necessary that an OS should be installed on drive C: ?
3. Whenever I switch on my PC, Win XP SP2 says that the password or username u have typed is wrong. Then i have to click OK and in...
guys wat is the proceedure to resize a photo in adobe photoshop to any size like 1024*600 etc i mean when i set the width option to 1024 the length automatically get fixed to 768...is thr ny way that i can resize to my choice...
HOW to resize avatar ? :confused:
I have a gif not-animated avatar of size 90 pixel x 190 pixel vertical. How can I resize it, so that it can be used in this forum ? i think i must make it under 80 x 80 pixel, no ? Can I use MSPaint ? Or is there any automated site where i can upload it and get...
I HAVE TO INSTALL VISTA RC 1 IN MY COMPUTER . I HAVE 40 GB HARD DISK BUT DIVIDED INTO PARTITIONS OF 9.30 GB . SO CAN I INSTALL ON A 9.30 GB PARTTION OR I HAVE TO RESIZE MY PARTTIONS .:confused:
HOW MUCH DOES VISTA NEED AT LEAST FOR INSTALLATION ?
I have 3 drives: c:/ - 20GB, D:/ - 13GB, G:/ - Linux(hda5) - 13GB, E:/ - 15GB and more than 100GB free, unutilized space. I want to resize my Linux partition(ext2) and my C:/ partition(NTFS) both to 20GB and 40GB respectively without losing any data on any of the drives. I am using Windows XP...