Freemake Video Converter 2.3.3.0

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									Freemake Video Converter 2.3.3.0 Editor's review
								
				
				
				
									Overview
If you are looking for one of the most flexible and easiest to use video conversion tools around, look no further than Freemake Video Converter. Built using Microsoft's .Net Framework 4, Freemake Video Converter is a free software product that packs a nice set of useful features and support for multiple popular video formats. If you have an iPod or an iPhone, you can easily use this tool in order to make videos for them. Photo slideshows and music visualizations can also be created. Let’s analyze the features of this excellent video conversion tool in this quick article and consider its merits.
Installation
Freemake Video Converter is a lightweight tool and you should be happy to find out that downloading and installing it is a painless process. A moderate amount of space, 30MB, is taken by the product on your hard drive. It supports all the available versions of Windows operating systems and it doesn’t have any special requirements in order for it to run on your system. It doesn’t have any adware, spyware or other programs bundled with it, which is a bonus.
Interface
Freemake Video Converter can equally be used by both beginners and advanced users. The simple and intuitive interface is perfectly complemented by the straightforward interface. The media buttons for video, audio, DVD, and photos are present at the top of the main windows, whilst the newly implemented paste URL option is very useful to give a much easier online video conversion. Once you add the files, you can easily select the format you want to convert to by using the set of soft keys along the bottom of the window.
Pros
A huge array of video file types, including MOV, AVI, M4V, MP4, and FLV can be transcoded by Freemake Video Converter. Regarding audio formats, virtually any audio file type can be converted into MP3. A nice added bonus found in Freemake Video Converter is the photo support. What is more, photos and MP3s can be uploaded to YouTube. Videos can be converted to devices such as: PSP, iPod, iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, Xbox and Apple TV. Another great feature of Freemake Video Converter is the fact that DVDs can be backed up in a variety of video formats. Your own presets can be created for your device and high-definition video can be burned to Blu-ray discs.
Cons
The main purpose of Freemake Video Converter is the video aspect and whilst it does an excellent job at it, it has to be said that it isn’t very fast. Actually, it can even be considered to be rather slow, as 20 minutes were needed for three videos that only totaled 17 minutes. Some users also report some problems with the DVD ripping feature.
Alternatives
There are plenty of video converters on the market. Let’s take a look at some of them. These include: ConvertXtoDVD, iDVD, AVStoDVD and many more.
Conclusion
Basically, Freemake Video Converter is a tool that can certainly be recommended. It packs plenty of features that make it worthwhile though speed demons will probably lament about the lackluster delivery of speed.
					
					Editor's rating:     Very good
					
					
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