Best Video Converters in 2020

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Best Video Converters

Sometimes we feel tricky ourselves unable to open a video file of a specific video format. But this can be easily done by a video converter software. Whether you need an AVI to MP4, FLV to MOV, etc., such programs, designed specifically to convert one video format into another or even into audio format, are abundant.

This article is about the video converters, and also we  tested them in action.

Here is the list of Video Converters:

1.WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe

 

The most compatible with the top multimedia formats is WinX Converter which has over 400 conversion presets, as well as several tools to speed up conversion. Presets are divided into 17 categories (some contain subcategories) for easier workflow. WinX comes with 6 interface languages: English, German, Spanish, French, Chinese and Japanese. In the central area we can simply drag-and-drop incoming files to convert, or edit previously added files.

Pros: 480+ presets 24 codecs for audio and video Merging and trimming files

Cons: Lack of interface customization No offline help materials

Pro/Premium: $29,95. 1-year license per 1 PC, stable conversion, no trial limitations, 30-day money back guarantee.

2. Wonder Share Video Converter Ultimate

 

This is an excellent Converter where it can convert, edit, download from URL, transfer, burn DVD and other options indicates that we have no ordinary converter here. Nevertheless, it’s a fine free video converter for all possible formats, and also for both Windows and Mac.

Features: mainly features certain VR devices, 4K video formats, as well as rare audio formats like ACC, OGG, AC3, M4R, AIFF, APE. Additionally, specific devices like Apple TV, Xbox, iPad, PSP, Insta360.

Pros: Scheduler available Built-in media server Support of numerous devices

Cons: Video length limit Editing not available in free Limited conversion speed

License offers:  It can Download and record video from sites, GIF convertor, metadata editor, no files limit length.

3. Movavi Video Converter 

 

 

One more free video converter for Mac and Windows systems. It offers 180 media formats, including images and audio; lots of presets for popular devices, like iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy. But the basic workflow it conventional: drag and drop your files, select the output and click the Convert button. Movavi VC Premium provides features to stabilize a video, to rotate, to insert a watermark, or even adjust the volume levels.

Pros: Support for images/audio Affordable license price No ads

Cons: Video editor blocked in trial Video length limit Free version with a watermark

Pro/Premium: $40. License offers: Unlimited video, video editor, tech support.

4. Wise Video Converter

When you face the rarest formats like AVM, DAT, F4V, MPG, NSV, OGM, RMVB, TS, VOB, etc. Wise Video Converter is a way to go. Not much to say except it’s a plain straightforward converter, that can also extract audio from video files – into MP3, supports bulk conversion. It has a portable version as well, and a separate program worth mentioning the converter name.

Pros: A portable version Simple and intuitive Built-in video player

Cons: Only few presets Time limit in free version No video effects

License offers: No time limit, no watermark, integrated player, portable program version, subtitles.

5. Freemake Video Converter

Freemake converter is free and supports 63 video formats, plus various audio and image formats. It can download videos from YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, etc., and even extract audio from it. It can edit and trim videos before converting. Works on all Windows, has 19 menu languages, 158video presets. Note: Freemake puts a watermark on output videos.

Pros: Quick preset selection menu Internet services integration Working with DVD videos

Cons: Low conversion speed Watermark on videos

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