Freemake Video Converter

Freemake Video Converter 1.1

Free
Freemake Video Converter is a great solution for video files conversion
4.1  (260 votes)
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Freemake Video Converter is a great solution for video files conversion. It can convert not only videos, but also audio files; create photo or picture slideshows, burn DVDs, upload all these data to YouTube, and so on. The program has a simple and clear interface and doesn’t require special knowledge to work with it. Freemake Video Converter supports a wide range of input file formats: avi, mpg, tod, mov, dv, rm, 3gp, 3g2, flv, swf, mp4, wmv, mkv, qt, ts, mts, mp3, aac, wma, wav, ogg, jpg, bmp, png, gif, tif, and many others. It can convert into avi, mp4, 3gp, wmv, mp3, dvd, and YouTube-compatible formats. Moreover, you can convert files to watch them on your iPod, iPhone, Smartphone, Digital Media Player, and other portable devices and select video quality: TV, DVD, Mobile or HD. Besides, Freemake Video Converter provides you with basic editing capabilities. So, you can rotate, remove and delete unwanted scenes from your videos. Freemake Video Converter is compatible with Windows OS as well as Windows 7 and requires .Net Framework 4.0.

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Pros

  • Free.
  • Multifunctional.
  • Supports many formats

Cons

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Benao

Benao Flexible to use, will keep it.

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Guest

Guest When a file is longer than 5 minutes, it will auto put freemake logo at the end of the video.

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Guest #28466890

Guest #28466890 After trying many programs, this is the most user friendly program I've found to convert videos of different file types to a type easily used by my media player. It also makes it super easy to combine multiple clips into a single, seamless video.

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