Freemake Video Converter comes with a built-in player and it supports a large variety of formats: AVI, MPEG, MP4, WMV, DVD, HD, MKV, MP3 WMA, FLAC, 3GP and many others.
It can work with more than 200 formats, including photos.
Moreover, with Freemake Video Converter you can optimize your videos for Sony, Apple and Android devices (iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Touch, iPod 5G, iPhone, iPad, Sony PSP, PS2, PS3, Xbox, BlackBerry, Apple TV, Android smartphones and so on.)
Freemake Video Converter is also a comprehensive tool for editing your media contents; configure frame size, adjustment, video codec, frame rate, bitrate etc.; cut unwanted parts from video files, rotate or flip videos, joining several videos, and create music visualizations.
This piece of software is also a burning expert. It doesn’t have a two-hour limit and you can burn even 20 hours to a Standard DVD and 40 hours to a DVD-DL.
A possible drawback may be the high amount of system resources the Freemake Video Converter uses, but the advantages offered by this program exceed limitations: excellent image and sound quality, supporting almost any format, very useful how-to tutorials, shutting down after the conversion is completed and editing videos professionally.
It is also good to know that you must install .NET Framework Version 4
on your computer for Freemake Video Converter to work.
All in all, Freemake Video Converter is a software tool designed for average and power users who are interested in getting the best out of their media contents through conversion and editing.
Changes to Freemake Video Converter 4.1.10
- Optional ad offers removed
- Video download feature in a commercial pack included
- Critical bugs fixed
The application has a simple and intuitive interface and it allows batch operations.