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As time and technology march on, there are more and more ways of getting video, and even more ways of playing it. Think about it - videos on YouTube are FLV files, your home videos show up on your Mac as Quicktime files, and on your PC as MPEG or AVI files. And if you're downloading video files from the Internet, they can be encoded in a number of different ways.

When it comes to storing and playing your video content, you've got your iPod, your iPod Nano, and your iPod Touch (all are Apple products, but all have different resolutions) - not to mention other portable devices from Sony and Microsoft, plus your cell phone.

There has to be a way to make sense of all of these formats - like a universal translator for video files. ConvertVid is your best tool to take any of these video formats and convert them to any other format.

ConvertVid can work its magic on any video, converting it to your choice of DivX, XVid, AVI, WMV, MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, H.264, FLV, RealVideo, QuickTime or 3GP. If you like to watch your video on the go, ConvertVid can drop your videos into formats that are compatible with your iPod devices, the Sony PSP, Microsoft's Zune, iRiver Clix, AppleTV, or your mobile phone! You can even create DVDs, VCDs, and SVCDs using ConvertVid! Each output format is easily identified by a photo of the product.

If you like to tinker and play with settings, ConvertVid is right up your alley. Strip the audio from any video source easily, and save it as an MP3, WAV, OGG Vorbis, WMA, or AAC audio formatted file. Choose the audio and video encoders for your output file, and set bitrates, frame rates, and audio sample rates. Customize the size of your video frame and the number of audio channels. Even if you have an older computer, you can still work with ConvertVid by setting the priority of the video conversion process to use fewer CPU resources.

ConvertVid has an incredibly intuitive interface, so it's easy to use. Just drag and drop video files in any format into the ConvertVid window, select your output format, and get down to converting in a single click!

Review Written by Derek Lee

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Nelson Carvalho Hi,
Sorry my English.
I saw in your site the output formats, but did not see the input formats. 1 - What are the input formats ?
2 - If I puchase ConvetVid, do I need to buy another software for a specific conversion?

Feb 28 2013 at 3:18am Copy Link
Chester Nelson,

1. Pretty much everything. 99% of popular video formats are supported.
2. Not sure if I understood you correctly
Nuclear Coffee Software - Feb 28 2013 at 3:31am Copy Link
Nelson Carvalho Thank you for the answer.
The second question:
With ConvertVid I can convert all the formtas without need to buy a extra license (from another company) for a especific format conversion ?
Feb 28 2013 at 12:13pm Copy Link
Chester That is correct
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 1 2013 at 2:44am Copy Link
Michael R.
From time to time I record webinars with a (unusual) low framerate (2-5 frames/second), which is definitely enough for my reasons and result in handy small files.

As it turned out, my favorite video program has it's difficulties to handle these low-framed video files correctly, so perhaps it would be useful to get a program which temporarily converts these files to a higher framerate (e.g. 25 frames/s), so I can do my video-processing, and after having done this, I could convert it back to a video with a low framerate again. Can I do this with ConvertVid?

Btw. it would be very nice, if there would be a video-format with a variable framerate in this way that a new frame is created only if any (or a non-neglectable) difference to the former frame exists. So a 1h-webinar with let's say 10 different screens could be saved with 10 frames / hour in the video-part (beside the full audio-part).

Since you handle with so many different formats, is there a format being able of this and can your program convert into this?
Mar 2 2013 at 1:24am Copy Link
Chester Michael,

The lowest frame rate ConvertVid will allow you is 7. You can however leave original one, if source video have it lower.

As for variable frame rate, I don't think that's possible, if it is I'm not aware of it.
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 2 2013 at 1:41am Copy Link
Michael R. Thanks for the answer.

Just a question. Is there any reason, why the frame-rate is restricted at all? Why is 1 frame / s not allowed or even lower? Is this somehow inherit to the e.g. MPEG-format or just a restriction, which seems to make sense, decided from the video-software-deveopers?
Mar 2 2013 at 9:52pm Copy Link
Chester Not really. I personally never thought it would be useful for anybody to have video with such low framerate
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 3 2013 at 2:19am Copy Link
Flo Chester, where is your company physically located? Thanks!
Mar 3 2013 at 11:21am Copy Link
Chester Limassol, Cyprus
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 3 2013 at 11:55am Copy Link
Allan Winston I have a rather low-tech question. I would like to convert videos into a DVD disk to be played on the DVD player (which happens to also have record capability) connected to the TV. Examining a DVD that I have created using the DVD recorder, I notice that the main files are of type VOB, with additional smaller files of type IFO and BUP. Likewise, a store-bought prerecorded DVD contains the same file types. Downloading the trial of your software, I do not see the VOB type listed in the initial configuration of output formats. I proceeded to attempt an experiment with a computer video file. When it asked me to choose an output format, none of the choices seemed appropriate. I do have the complete Nero suite. Is there a choice of ouput formats that the Nero utilities would be able to burn to a television-compatible DVD?
Mar 3 2013 at 1:25pm Copy Link
Keith Norton I've tried out the software and it looks pretty good, but I need to convert CIN files and this software apparently doesn't do that (and neither does anything else I've found). My ultrasound machine saves files in the CIN format which as far as I can tell, no one in their right mind uses. I would sure like to convert these videos to something my clients could view at home without having to install a new player.
Mar 3 2013 at 3:37pm Copy Link
Rick Truell Allan Winston: To create a video to be used in making a DVD, you must use the MPG2 format. Selecting "MPG2" or "DVD" as the output for most conversion software will create a DVD-compatible file that can be used by authoring software.

Regarding the file types you found on your recorder-created and commercial DVD's, here's some trivia to fill your brain with :-) The VOB files are actually MPG2 files with the extension renamed...if you copy the VOB files to your computer and rename the extension to MPG, any video or DVD playing software (like VLC, for instance) will be able to play them. You may not even need to do that; if you select the FILE | OPEN menu option and then select the VOB file, most video software should recognize that it's an MPG2 file and play it. I don't know why authoring software renames the extension, but there you go. The IFO files contain information that tells your DVD player what to do when you make a menu selection, where chapter stops are and things like that. And if I recall correctly, the BUP files are just a backup of the IFO files.
Mar 3 2013 at 8:52pm Copy Link
Michael R. Thanks for the answer...

>> I personally never thought it would be useful for anybody to have video with such low framerate.

So, if there is no technical reason (and the effort to implement this is not so much), do you consider to let the user choose a customized framerate, like e.g. 0.2 (= 1frame / 5s) in an upcoming update?

As said for webinars with mostly spoken informations, just a new slide every now and than, this would be really helpful. E.g. having only 10 slides in a 1h webinar it would not make sense to save it as a video, if the size is some hundert megabytes, if the sound itself is just some single megabytes... So the size of the file could be dramatically reduced (to some 1x megabytes), without having to give up any visual information...

Thanks a lot...
Mar 3 2013 at 11:17pm Copy Link
Allan Winston Rick, thanks for the helpful information. I decided to pass on purchasing the product, since I got errors whenever I tried to convert WMV files that were purchases from Amazon Videos.
Mar 4 2013 at 12:13am Copy Link
Chester Michael,

I will add into our TODO list to add low frame-rates in the next version :)
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 4 2013 at 2:44am Copy Link
Flo I had a question about an input format that seems unsupported (mts files) and contacted the vendor using their contact form on their website. I did not receive a response and followed up a few days later. No response again. And no, it is not my spam filter.

I am quite disappointed and wanted to leave this information here for future reference. I am surely not going to purchase from this company again, as after sales support seems to be nonexistent.
Mar 11 2013 at 2:47pm Copy Link
Chester Flo, please check your email
Nuclear Coffee Software - Mar 12 2013 at 4:09am Copy Link
Flo I just received a notification that ConvertVid is offered for free now. Leaves a very sour taste in my mouth after just purchasing it here 3 months ago. The issue with mts files was supposed to be fixed "as soon as possible", which has not happened either. This deal was a total disappointment!
Jun 21 2013 at 9:41am Copy Link
Chester Flo,

We're very sorry, but we couldn't make everybody happy by making it freeware. Regarding MTS issue, it is fixed, get the latest version from here: . I'm sorry for delay with this issue, I thought it was fixed already.

We totally understand why you're upset. In order to make it up to you - we can offer you a lifetime license for one of our other paid products: VideoGet, My Music Collection, Recover Keys or Recover Password. Which one would you like?
Also, you will still have lifetime technical support for ConvertVid, while those who got it for free will not have any technical support.

Again, we're very sorry for inconvenience.

Nuclear Coffee Software - Jun 24 2013 at 4:16am Copy Link

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