Freemake Video Converter + Portable

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Freemake Video Converter – This digital product is a very versatile and versatile utility that is essential for performing video file conversions. With this application you can instantly change the extension of graphic components, adapting them for playback on third-party devices.

Freemake Video Converter

Video Converter review

This converter is able to boast a wide support of formats, as there are several dozens of the most popular extensions. Moreover, the software even allows you to adapt your files to certain devices – mobile platforms, portable consoles, and so on.

Another important feature of this application is that it has a special built-in editor. With its help, you will be able to extract the sound track from the video, or even create a high-quality slideshow from several components.

Key Features:

  • accepts all popular formats and stores them in all known formats;
  • works with online video (just specify URL);
  • format adaptation to Apple technology;
  • burning DVD and Blue-ray discs;
  • subtitles remain during conversion (if they were before);
  • possibility to fill up the project on YouTube;
  • availability of a video editor.

Advantages of Video Converter:

  • Wide functionality;
  • Great choice of image extensions, and the ability to convert files for certain devices;
  • High speed of data processing;
  • Built-in editor for creating slideshows and extracting audio tracks;
  • Ability to change the visual parameters of the video;

What is worth working on:

  • There is no way to save it to the source folder.

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  1. George

    Really appreciate your help in providing these softwares to those who cannot afford them. Lack of money should not inhibit a user’s learning experience.