When you need a quick and dirty way to convert a batch of media files from one format to another, you would probably prefer a one-button, hassle-free tool to do this, rather than diving into the depths of a functional yet non-intuitive monster. Luckily, Freemake Video Converter is an app of the first type.
The program allows easy conversion of video files between 250+ formats. It helps to prepare movies for playback on your mobile gadget (iPhone, iPad, PSP, PS3, PSVita, Xbox, Android, Nokia, Samsung, and Blackberry devices are supported as standard) and saves YouTube videos to a local disk.
But the tool would be a typical video converter if it didn’t have a lot of unique features as well. Some of them are really helpful, by the way. For instance, you can take a number of photographs and turn them into a slideshow! Then you can add music and instantly upload your creation to YouTube the same way you can upload videos and MP3s. Interestingly, the program can automatically cut videos into 15-minute pieces and put them all into the same YouTube playlist.
The technical stuff of Freemake Video Converter is topnotch. Thanks to the support of the cutting edge NVIDIA CUDA parallel processing technology, the program displays quite an impressive speed of conversion. Briefly, this technology performs part of the computations on the video card thus greatly boosting the performance of the conversion operation. It frees up your CPU power for other tasks too.
Freemake Video Converter tries to be everything and thus puts a special focus on versatility. It can burn a disk with the converted movie directly from the program; it can upload a video right away too. It provides full support for subtitles. Plus you can automatically cut, resize, rotate, or limit the file size of any given media file in automatic mode.
This free video conversion tool has received a number of awards and is definitely worth trying.