Fix a Corrupted m4A File

Fix a Corrupted m4A File

Have you recorded something on your phones voice recorder and now the file won’t open? This worked for me! I am super happy to have found this video!!!  

My twist on his video is that I opened a working m4A file and the corrupt one in the Hex Editor and copied the code from mdat forward (that he deleted) from the working file to the not working file.

When it saved it saved as a WAV file which I then opened in Adobe Audition and saved a mp3 which was my target format anyway.

I hope this helps you as it did me:

His Hex Editor download link is: https://mh-nexus.de/en/downloads.php?product=HxD

Please check the links in the description of his video if you choose to go through the rest of the decode /encode process.

He also has a Paypal donation link if you are as grateful as me:
Support channel & make donation : https://www.paypal.me/aminenina/5

Remove URL field from WordPress comments form

Remove URL field from WordPress comments form

This field on the comments form of your blog is one of the ways spammers use to share their content.

 

One quick way to cut down on your website being used as a spam spot is to remove this field.  To do this there are 3 easy ways and they are outlined beautifully in this blog post on Crunchify.com.

PLEASE NOTE:

IF you are using the code into the functions.php file you do not need to have “crunchify_” in the code.  You can simply removed this portion out of both places and the code still works.

 

How To ReSIZE Your Pictures Free Online

How To ReSIZE Your Pictures Free Online

One of the things that many people struggle with when creating their website is reducing their pictures to sizes and files sizes that work on their website.  I have found an AWESOME FREE Site that allows to you make all sorts of changes to your photos!

http://picresize.com/ 

I especially love that right down the bottom you can choose what the max file size you desire is.

 

Zoom – How to Allow Others To Screenshare

Zoom – How to Allow Others To Screenshare

If you are training others or running support sometimes the other person needs to share their screen.   I use the awesome www.Zoom.US software which is free if you are doing a one on one meeting or up to 45 mins for groups!  You can even record the session to use for FAQ or future training.

One thing we noticed recently was that when it came time for the participants (not host) to share their screen they couldn’t.  Here is how to fix this!

  1. Click the arrow beside the Screenshare button
  2. Click “Advanced Sharing Options..”
  3. Change the “Who can share?” setting from “Only Host” to “All Participants”
  4. Close Sharing options and your are good to go!!

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