A modern computer user has to deal with dozens of video and audio formats that can become quite confusing at times. A file with a single extension can be encoded with a number of different codecs and if you don’t have the right one in your system, you won’t be able to play it. We also use a lot of portable devices (phones and media players) with different file format and resolution requirements. All of these factors make video conversion an integral part of your digital media experience. If you are still on the look out for an all-in-one video converter, you should not miss Aya Video Converter Pro!
Aya Video Converter Pro is an ultimate video conversions solution supporting all major video formats and offering high conversion speed, quality and ease of use. The batch conversion mode will make the task of converting folders full of videos as easy as converting a single file. The software comes loaded with dozens of quick conversion profiles for the most popular portable devices, such as iPhone, iPod, GPhone, Palm Pre, Zune, Sony PSP and many more, so you will only spend seconds to configure the program for device-specific conversion. The core of Aya Video Converter Pro is fully optimized for multi-core CPU’s and multi-threading, so you can be always sure that it works as fast as it can and utilizes the potential of your computer to the max.
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