The abundance of multimedia formats used online and offline these days is astonishing and frustrating at the same time. Today, downloading a file from the web does not necessarily mean that you will be able to play it back on your mobile device — or even open it on your PC. In this situation, multimedia converters turn into absolutely essential components of any home system, allowing you to forget about this problem, since you can always convert unsupported audio and video files into a format that your mobile devices definitely can handle.
Mobile Media Converter is a bright example of a multimedia converter — easy to use, fast and supporting countless types of mobile media types. Distributed free of charge, this compact tool offers a straightforward GUI that takes seconds to get used to. Although MMC was primarily optimized for converting mobile media formats, it easily handles conversion between standard desktop formats and the ones used on phones and various other portable devices: MP3, WMA, OGG Vorbis, WAV, MPEG, AVI,WMV, FLV, MOV, AMR and 3GP. You can expand the list of supported formats via additional libraries downloaded from the Internet. The program also comes with a number of handy additional features: a Vimeo video grabber and converter, a DVD grabber, an audio trimmer for fast ringtone creation, a video cropper for removing unwanted labels or black margins from videos and a subtitles embedding tool for movies.
If you download a lot of multimedia content from the web and want to be able to quickly adapt it for use on your favorite mobile gadgets, Mobile Media Converter is a perfect fit for the job!
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