Better late than never, Free Studio 2013 v6.1 supports Windows XP

DVDVideoSoft Ltd has released Free Studio 2013 v6.1, a minor update for its freeware media tools bundle for Windows PCs. The tool, which provides a front end of no less than 48 different tools for recording, downloading, converting and editing both audio and video, comes with the promise of unspecified improvements and new features.

Notable changes include adding Windows XP support to the recently released Free Video Call Recorder for Skype, which is now also available in additional 12 languages, including Chinese, Dutch, German, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.

Free Video Call Recorder for Skype isn’t included with the main Free Studio package, but a shortcut is provided within the Free Studio main interface that either points to the download link or launches the program once it’s been installed separately.

The various YouTube tools have also been updated in Free Studio 2013 6.1, with the promise of improved performance through proxy connections, plus increased links detection speed and addition of presets for the fourth-generation iPad.

Other applications within the suite have also been updated, but no release notes have been made available, suggesting only minor tweaks and bug fixes have been applied here.

The minor update follows on from version 6.0, which introduced a new interface for its YouTube downloader, reworked Uploader to Facebook component and fixed a problem with mistimed videos during editing with Free Video Dub.

FreeStudio 2013 v6.1.0.320 and Free Video Call Recorder for Skype 1.1.0.319 are both freeware downloads for PCs running Windows XP or later. An annual ad-free subscription with the promise of improved download speeds -- dubbed the Rocket Subscription -- is available for $9.99.

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