Best free video converter: 1-6
AVI, MOV, MPEG, FLV, MKV, MP4 – videos come in many different formats. Each of which can then vary in a raft of subtle ways.
Which would be just fine if every application and device could handle every possible format, but of course that isn’t the case.
And so often you’ll find you’ve downloaded a movie to your PC, phone or tablet, but either it has major playback problems – no picture or sound, say – or you can’t watch the clip at all.
This doesn’t have to hold you up for long, though. There are plenty of free video [...]
PDF documents have become increasingly more popular over the last few years, yet there still isn’t a good way to create them straight from an iOS device. To address this issue, Adobe has released CreatePDF, a small app that allows PDF documents to be created straight from any iPhone, iPod touch or iPad.
CreatePDF is a tool that converts many file types, ranging from image files and Photoshop files to Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OpenOffice and even WordPerfect files, into the PDF format straight from any iOS device while preserving all the quality of the original documents, including all [...]
Several Free Android Video Converters are available that offer you to convert video to android format, so that you can make your videos compatible with your android phone. We have short listed five android video converter that are absolutely free to download and very easy to use.
Videora Android Converter
Videora Android Converter is the easiest android converter and also it is free to download. You can convert any format of video into android compatible format, and enjoy your videos in your androids. The application even converts YouTube videos and DVD format files into android compatible [...]
Daniusoft Video Converter Pro, the professional version of Video file Converter, is designed to meet your various demands to convert between all popular video formats and even HD videos, rip DVD to any popular video formats, extract audio from DVD/video as popular audio formats, remove DRM protection from protected WMV, WMA, M4P, M4V, M4A, M4B, ASF, and convert DVD/video for various portable devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, PSP, Zune. What’s more, this best Video Converter comes with numerous editing features to customize your DVD/video.
Daniusoft Video Converter Pro grants [...]
The iPad’s potential as a personal video device is handicapped pretty severely by the limited file formats it supports. CineXPlayer, the latest app to sneak past the App Store approval squad, helpfully plays Xvid videos with zero conversion required.
Just like last week’s ill-fated MiTube, CineXPlayer’s stay in the App Store will likely be a brief one, so you should grab it now before it gets yanked.
But when you do have it, CineXPlayer lets you drop AVI videos encoded with the Xvid codec right onto your iPad via iTunes File Sharing, where they can be played back instantly, [...]
It’s the first law of video: no matter which file format your clip is using, it never seems to be quite compatible with the software or device where you’d like to use it. And
that could mean anything from missing or out-of-sync audio, to picture problems, or perhaps a movie that won’t play at all.
Fortunately there’s a simple solution. Just equip yourself with a video conversion tool that will re-encode your file into the format you need, or even for the exact device where you’d like to play it (iPhone, iPod, whatever it might be).
This doesn’t have to [...]
Never mind the extensive leaks, Panasonic, you’ve got a right to be proud about the HDC-SDT750. After crowing about its end-to-end 3D experience, Panasonic has finally made its HDC-SDT750 camcorder official, which looks like it will be the first of its kind to hit the market. Sure, this is just a baby step: the 3D mode is enabled by snapping on an included 3D conversion lens that splits the image in twain to be recorded as right and left images by the standard 1080p sensor. That means each side will only be 960 x 1080, so you can’t quite shoot Avatar in your backyard just yet, [...]
Sony is ramping up its efforts to bring 3D Blu-ray releases, announcing that the infrastructure to do the 3D conversion process is being put into place.
It’s no secret that Sony is backing the 3D horse. Its announcements at CES 2010 were 3D specific, building on the promise the company gave at IFA 2009, where CEO Howard Stringer noted: “The 3D train is on the track, and we at Sony are ready to drive it home.”
The tracks to ride the 3D train (sorry) are being put in place, with Joe Nakata, Deputy General Manager for Sony’s 3D Strategy Unit saying at a recent [...]