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Hoo Technologies releases MP3 to SWF Converter
Hoo Technologies announces the release of version 2.4 of MP3 to SWF Converter, a utility for creating sound accompaniment for your Web site or blog. The program allows users to make a streaming SWF file (Adobe Flash Movie) by transferring from available audio or recording it via microphone.

MP3 to SWF Converter works in two ways: converting a file to SWF or recording SWF via microphone. If you have a certain tune you want to be played on your site, then simply select it, define the parameters of an output file and the job is done. Large audio files can be converted to small-sized SWF files by adjusting such parameters as sample frequency, bit rate, and channels. Additionally, MP3 to SWF Converter supports not only MP3 but also two other currently popular formats: WAV and AU.

Besides creating streaming SWF that will launch, you can create event sounds. Also the software supports batch conversion for dealing with a large amount of files. MP3 to SWF Converter comes with a choice of customizable player templates. You can also select the players’ button color at your favor.

MP3 to SWF Converter runs under all versions of Microsoft Windows and costs US$39.95 for a single-user licence. Licensed customers are entitled to the fully-functional version of the product, free technical support and free upgrades. Further information on MP3 to SWF Converter, as well as a free trial copy is available free of charge from

Super Talent launches three DDR3 kits

Super Talent Technology launched three DDR3 kits.

The W1600UX2G7 is a 1600MHz PC3-12800 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) that is tested at 7-7-7-18 latencies at 1.8 volts. The W1600UX2G9 is a 1600MHz PC3-12800 2GB Kit (2x 1GB) that is tested at 9-9-9-21 latencies at 1.8 volts. Super Talent tests both these kits as a matched pair on a dual channel Asus P5K3 Deluxe motherboard. These kits are built with the gigabit IC’s, using eight pieces of 128M x 8 chips to produce a single-sided module. Street price on the W1600UX2G7 will be approximately US$648, and on the W1600UX2G9 will be approximately $598.

Super Talent’s W1333UB2G8 is tested at 8-8-8-18 latencies at 1.8 volts in a P35 based motherboard. Built with 128M x 8 DDR3 chips, the W1333UB2G8 is a two-sided dual rank module that will retail for approximately US$417.

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