Any Video Converter is Freeware that allows you to convert video clips of various format into numerous video output formats.
What Any Video Converter Does
As far as freeware goes, Any Video Converter (AVC) does a decent job of quickly converting video files between different formats. From my own tests the conversion results were satisfactory.
In addition to just conversion, the software can also clip segments and merge or sort them to make new movie clips, in addition to trimming frame sizes of videos.
Install and Getting Started
Download and install when quickly, and one of the nice things about AVC is that, as freeware, I wasn’t bombarded with ads as soon as the application started. In fact, it started right up and I could go right to work selecting a file and converting it.
Having started the app on my desktop, I was impressed that the converter had no problems running even with other apps running on my PC at the same time. I selected a VOB format file and opened this, then selected ‘Convert’.
AVC went to work with the conversion, and after a few minutes had rendered a new conversion of the file. I experimented with different format conversions and each of them seemed fine for me.
The Professional Version
While working with AVC, I learned that if you want to rip DVD movies, or need additional output formats, such as iPod, Zune, PSP, etc, that I would need to upgrade to the Professional Version. But considering that there are many free options, this is fine with me.
AVC can convert video formats such as:
YouTube videos can be imported and converted as well.
Output formats include:
- mpeg-1 and mpeg-2
- mpg (PAL or NTSC)
Video Example of the Any Video Converter in Action
Any Video Converter
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