Full Video Converter

Full Video Converter 9.0

Full Video Converter converts video or audio between almost all popular formats
3.2  (5 votes)
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There are almost so many video or audio formats nowadays as well as devices. Consequently, there will probably be many occasions when you need to convert a media file to make it playable on your favorite device, even though some formats such as mp3 for audio and mpg or avi for video have almost become standard.
Full Video Converter has been designed to help you convert video or audio between practically all popular formats. In addition, it will help you extract audio or pictures from videos and generate video from photos. Additionally, you will be able to extract video segments from a file.
If you have used format convertors before, you will undoubtedly be able to start to use this application without even reading any help material or asking for support. It is just the same old process: first add the source files to a list. Then choose the target format and finally, start conversion. However, there are other available options that you may need to know about. For instance, when converting DVD video, you can choose an audio track and subtitles from those available. Also, you can preview the file and take snapshots of the video or configure automatic shots according to a given time.
On the whole, Full Video Convert is a very well designed application with a comprehensive but intuitive interface. Besides its being capable of managing lots of video and audio formats, another real advantage of this software application over other software of the same type is that it is capable of converting a file into various formats in the same process. In addition, it supports NVIDIA CUDA technology, which allows it to convert much faster than older software.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • It supports a wide range of formats
  • It is capable of converting very fast
  • It is easy to use
  • It is capable of converting a source file into various formats simultaneously

Cons

  • None found
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