Found this great little site recently that has a few great WinMX utilities on it. The creator 'Ringlord' did a great job with these..
Thought they might be useful to folks...Elastic v.22.214.171.124
A small utility that replace the '__INCOMPLETE__' string from WinMX incomplete files with a '$' (and vice versa), so they can (hopefully) be burned on cd without being truncated. Just drop a file on it and get it renamed.
Useful if you use more than one computer and need to move your incomplete files from one to another or if you need to format your HD.Trunk v.126.96.36.199
Everytime the WInMX 'Trim 4k from the end of file' fails, you'll probably can resume your download if you cut a bigger part of your incomplete file.
This utility let you choose how many bytes you want to cut.File Ghoster v.188.8.131.52
This is intended to help those P2P users that want to share all of their files but cannot keep them online for a lack of disk space.
File Goster let people see a complete list of your shared files even if some of them are offline.
This tool let you select some of your files and create a small text file for each one of them.
The name of the text file is a combination of some information like original filename, original filesize and so on, that you are free to configure as you like.
The text file can contains a default message or a custom message with, for example, a description of the original file.
Once you have created those 'Ghost' files you can burn your originals on cd and delete them from your hard disk, users that will browse your shared list will see the ghost files and can eventually ask you to put back online the file they need.
Easier to mantain and more effective than share a filelist that usually no one will download.Ratios v.0.0.1.1
Calculate how to resize a video before encoding it to be burned on a DVD mantaining the original aspect ratio when watched on a 4:3 or 16:9 TV.
'Ratios' may be largely unuseful because almost all the encoders can do this job, but may help if you want to resize the video before encoding it (ie using Virtual Dub as a frame server to yor favourite encoder).
Just enter you video size and choose the DVD system (Pal or NTSC) and final aspect ratio (4:3 or 16:9), as a result you'll get frame size and image size that you can enter in your favourite application. WARING : THIS IS A PRE-BETA VERSION
So it may contains bugs and produce wrong results !!!
Every comment, bug report, impression of use will be GREATLY APPRECIATED !
Please drop me a line if you use it just to say what you think ! http://web.tiscali.it/ringlord/
Have a look at his site for updates on these great tools and more stuff to come.