Freemake Video Converter 4.0.4 (Full)

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As you'll guess from the name, Freemake Video Converter is able to
convert videos from one format to another - but that's just the start
of its capabilities.

The program imports a lengthy list of video formats, and can convert
them to AVI, WMV, MP4 and 3GP formats. If you just want the file to play
on a particular device, though, you can simply select one of many
built-in device profiles. Choose the "to MP4" conversion option, for
instance, and you can choose from presets including "iPhone, iPod
Touch", "iPhone 4, iPad", "iPod Classic, Nano", "iPod 5G", "PSP",
"Smartphones" and "Digital media players". Pick the option that best
suits your hardware and Freemake Video Converter will prepare the file
for you right away.



 There's also support for ripping DVDs (unprotected only), and if you
drag in a number of videos then the program will burn them to a video
DVD. There's not a great deal of control over the results - you can
choose text, thumbnail or motion menus, for instance, but can't view or
customise them - however this does make the process very quick and easy.

If you'd prefer to share your clips with the world, though, it might
be easier to put them on YouTube - and Freemake Video Converter can do
that, too. Just import the relevant videos, click the To YouTube button,
enter your account details and the clips will be published for you.

And other features allow you to join videos, extract the soundtrack from a movie, create photo slideshows, and more.

Video Converter 4.0.4 contains these new features:

- Added the automatic update mechanism for YouTube Vevo download
which permits to fix YouTube Vevo download without software
reinstallation by end-users

- Improved the stability of Blu-ray and DVD ISO creation

- Fixed the issues with MKV True HD audio

- Improved the conversion stability with MPEG4 and FLV codecs for
presets: to MP4, to FLV, to Android, to SWF, to Nokia and several device
presets for Samsung and BlackBerry

- Improved player stability

- Improved conversion stability with DXVA acceleration use

- Improved DVD opening speed

- Fixed the issues with "Join" option when converting to Blu-ray ISO

- Fixed the issues with audio out of sync with video when "Join" and "Fade Transition" are on

- Fixed the issues with DVD, Blu-ray conversion when "Join" and "Fade Transition" are on



Verdict:

Freemake Video Converter provides very little low-level control
over the videos it creates, which might frustrate experienced users. If
you couldn't care less about bitrates, though, this could be perfect -
it's fast, packed with features and very easy to use




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