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    If you have a phone with a camera you may already be used to taking a lot of photos you wouldn't take under different circumstances. Of course, you may carry a higher quality dedicated digital camera around with you for important occasions, but for ad hoc photos it is likely that your phone does the trick nicely.

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    If you want to give your digital photographs an 'arty' feel then converting a colour image to black and white is one of the best ways to achieve this.

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    If you've got a library of downloaded videos and want to play them on your smartphone or tablet, you might find out they're the wrong file type. Some tablets and phones can only play specific file types, and only a few devices support high definition files. The easiest thing you can do to get these files playing is to transcode them to a different file type and resolution that matches your device. Our software of choice for this purpose is Handbrake -- it's a lightweight, powerful and very easy to use video transcoder that works on Mac OS X, all flavours of Windows and Linux.

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