Compatible input formats for audio are the following: 3GP, APE, AIFF, BIK, CDA, FLV, FLAC, MKV, M4A, MP3, MP4, WAV, OGA, OGG, WMA, WMV, and WEBM.
For video, File Converter supports 3GP, BIK, FLV, AVI, MKV, M4V, MOV, MPEG, WEBM, and WMV.
Output file formats for audio and video are FLAC, AAC, OGG, MP3, and WAV, respectively WEBM, MKV, MP4, AVI, GIF, and OGV.
It is also possible to convert image and document formats from a very long list of input formats, and to obtain PNG, JPG, ICO, and WEBP, respectively PDF. In order to be able to convert Office documents, you need to have Microsoft Office installed to your computer.
For faster and easier conversion, you can use conversion presets so you don’t need to make the same settings over and over again. You can create, edit, and delete presets as you wish. Multiple conversions can be performed simultaneously and you can choose an action to perform when conversion is completed.
File Converter runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10, both 32 and 64 bit versions.
File Converter was launched in 2014 and ever since the application has been refined and improved with the purpose of making file conversion and compression an easy task for any computer user.
The program is open source and free and fully integrated into Windows Explorer’s context menu.
And this is exactly what File Converter does: it allows you to convert and compress one or multiple files by doing a right click on your file in Windows Explorer and selecting the converting option.