Since film viewing has been digitized, there are millions of file formats software and devices use for their video clips. Nowadays no matter which file format your clip is using, it never seems to be compatible with the software or device where you’d like to use it. This could mean anything from, not being able to read, unsupported format missing or out-of sync audio, to picture problems, and sometimes the movie won’t play at all.
There are various solutions to this problem, but the simplest and best solution is, to gear yourself with a video file converter.
A video file converter tool is software that will re-encode your file into the format you require or even for the exact device where you’d like to play it on, such as you cell-phone, mp3 player, etc.
This doesn’t cost you a dime, as there are a host of excellent free software tools that provide all the functionality you’ll ever need, and the 5 best of those are as follows:
SUPER (Simplified Universal Player Encoder & Renderer) uses several open-source tools to support a huge collection of file conversion functionality, for considerably ubiquitous file formats.
Output file formats include all the main PC video and audio formats, and the program also supports creating 3GP and 3G2 files for mobile phones, along with clips for most of the popular mp3 players and mobile devices. Read the full story