- Multiple Segment Trims on Same Video
Summary: If you have video watermarks displayed in different locations at the same video, and you want to remove these annoying watermarks, this article will serve you well as it describes in details on how to use the Segment Trim feature to make video watermark removal happen. Video Watermark Remover To remove different watermark locations from the same video, we'll need to use Video Watermark Remover feature and then add the segment trims on the specific timelines to let the program know where the watermarks are. Below screenshot presents the Segment Trim button that we will use in the following contents. Segment Trim Interface Button Steps to Remove Different Watermark Locations in Same Video 1. Launch Bitwar Watermark Expert and choose Video Watermark Remover from the main interface. 2. Drag or click Add Video option to add video into the software. 3. Select Segment Trim and Highlight the first watermark. Then, set the Segment Timeline by using the Segment settings and click Add. 4. Repeat Step 3 again to add the second segment trim for the second watermark. 5. After adding all the Segment Trims and click Apply to wait for the process to complete. 6. When the process is...
- How to Root an Android Phone (With PC)
.Summary: This article lays out the most common way for users to root an Android phone on a PC. Prerequisites Make sure you have met the following requirements: Device powered ON At least 50% battery level Internet connection necessary USB Cable (the original one recommended) The Complete Guide to Root an Android Phone Step 1: Download and install KingoRoot Android (PC version). Step 2: Launch the software, and you will see the primary interface. Step 3: Connect your phone to the computer with a USB cable. Note: If the corresponding device driver hasn't been installed on the computer, the software will automatically download and install it. Make sure the internet connection works appropriately; otherwise, the software can't download the driver. Step 4: Enable USB debugging mode on your phone A prompt will pop up on your device; please tap "Always allow from this computer" Note: Users who don't know how to enable USB debugging mode can refer to the following guide: Step 5: Click on ROOT to root. The process should take a couple of minutes. During the rooting, it's ordinary that the device may automatically reboot several times, and users should not perform any operation on the device. Step...
- How to Enable USB Debugging on an Android Device
Summary: Users confounded by how to enable USB debugging mode can refer to the following content to learn it. Android 4.1 and Lower By default, the Developer options menu is available in these versions. Two general paths are shown below. Android 2.0-2.3.x Settings > Applications > Development > USB Debugging Android 3.0- 4.1.x Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Android 4.2 and Higher Step 1: Navigate to Settings > System > About Phone > Scroll to the bottom > tap Build number 7 times. Then a prompt will pop up in the lower area of your display and say that you are now a developer. Step 2: Return to the previous page and tap the Developer options above About Phone. Step 3: Scroll down and enable USB debugging. USB debugging mode is a powerful feature aimed at developers or users who, for instance, want to root their phones. After taking the first step toward rooting an Android phone, click the following link to learn the rest of the rooting steps: How to Root an Android Phone (With PC) How to Root an Android Phone (Without PC)
- How to Recover Lost Data Using Bitwar Data Recovery
Summary: For users who want to know a general way to recover files using Bitwar Data Recovery, this article will serve you well, and in addition to that, it provides data types previewing screenshots that help learn better of the Preview feature. Ever encountering the documents were deleted in an accident, or you might have used the Shift+delete key to erase the files permanently without sending them to the recycle bin? Indeed, there are many data loss scenarios we have seen during these years, however, no matter how you lose the data or what kind of storage device is, if you still can see the storage device in Disk Management, then Bitwar Data Recovery is always a good option for you to perform quick data recovery. How to Recover Lost Data Using Bitwar Data Recovery? Step 1: After installing the Bitwar Data Recovery. Please launch the Bitwar Data Recovery. Step 2: Choose a recovery mode, e.g., Here we choose the Wizard Mode to give an example. Step 3: Check off the drive/partition in which your lost files were deleted/formatted. Click on Next. Step 4: Check off Quick Scan. Click on Next. For more information about the Scanning mode, please refer...
- Choose a Scanning Mode
Summary: This article introduces the three scan modes of Bitwar Data Recovery in stage two and other related information about them. For the part of the guide about stage one, please click the link: Get Familiar With the Two Recovery Modes. Here in this article, we use Wizard Mode as an example. Which Scan Mode Should You Choose? If you have selected a partition to proceed in the first stage, you will see an interface like the image below: Quick Scan No matter how you lost your files, Quick Scan is the choice we would like to recommend first. It has three features: Recover files of original names and with original directory structures. Offer three ways for users to filter pre-recovered files: Types, Path, Time Can finish recovery on a 1TB disk drive in just a few minutes. Deep Scan Deep Scan goes over every part of the selected disk. If you can’t find the files you want by using the Quick Scan, try this scan mode. Recovers files renamed randomly and put in separate files according to respective file types. Offers only one way for users to filter pre-recovered files: Types. Offers range setting. Consumes more time than Quick...