Every time a new video format is released, also is released a new converter for transforming movies in this format to other popular formats. We too rush to grab a copy of the converter for ourselves. As the time goes by, we find our hard disk stuffed with a bunch of converters, and ourselves having a hard time picking the right converter for this particular file.
How would you like to just get rid of all that mess and replace it with a single but truly powerful solution, which could do all kinds of conversions and never became outdated?
With the advent of Aya Video Converter Pro, movie conversion has turned into a seamless process, which takes just a few clicks of the mouse and very little of effort-simply open the file to be converted, choose the output format, and then click «Go!» Got more than one file to be converted? -Simply add those files to the conversion queue and then hit the same «Go!» button to get it going.
The software can convert from and to the widest range of video formats, from the widespread ones like QuickTime and Windows Media through relatively rare ones. Files can be converted to files of other formats or to video content for DVD/MPEG4 players, iPod, Xbox360 and a great variety of mobile devices. Other than that, movies can be converted for publishing on Vimeo, MySpace sites.
You will not have to sit at the computer all night if you have a load of files to be converted. The application can parse the queued files and then automatically shutdown the PC once its finished or open the target folder and open its content for any further operations.
Now it takes only a few mouse clicks to convert a movie collection of any size, regardless to source or destination format.
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