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Though it is free, Freemake Video Converter is also one of the most powerful and feature-rich video converters that one can find. It supports a large variety of file formats, including popular ones like AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, 3GP. Besides converting videos to other video formats, it can also extract the sound from videos and save it to audio files, therefore it’s also a video-to-audio converter. And that’s far from being all about it: it can also rip unprotected DVD movies, burn DVDs, burn Blu-ray discs and much more.
It is a very comprehensive and powerful tool, fact proven by the additional video editing functions that it supports. For example, it lets you cut, rotate or trim videos with ease. Joining several videos into a single one file and adding transitions between parts are another few examples of its many advanced capabilities.
Though complex and powerful, Freemake Video Converter is easy-to-use thanks to its intuitive and straightforward interface. The only thing to criticize about this neat tool is the conversion speed, which though is not annoyingly slow, is still rather disappointing. Anyway, it’s a free tool that offers a lot of features and functions and that works like a charm, so it gets my sincere recommendation.
- Can also rip unprotected DVDs
- Supports a lot of formats
- Processing speed is rather average, at best