The abundance of video formats these days can create tons of problems for professionals and regular users. Professionals need to think about target platforms and devices capable of playing their content and regular users just want to know if they will be able to open and play files that they download from the Internet. Whatever your case might be, if you deal with video conversion from time to time, DVR Converter 3 is definitely worth checking out!
DVR Converter 3 is an extremely powerful video conversion tool with flexible conversion settings and support of nearly all existing video formats. The program quickly and efficiently converts such formats as MPEG/MPG, TS, MOD, TOD, VRO, DVR, PVR, MTS, M2TS, TP0 and TRP to more conventional mainstream formats like WMV, DivX/Xvid/HDX4/MPEG4 (.avi or .mp4), h.264 and MPEG2 that can be played back on standard video devices. The interface of the program is simple enough to be used by anyone — even by people who have never seen or tried such software. Along with file conversion, DVR Converter 3 will help you resize videos preserving the same level of quality and correct aspect ratio. Once the file conversion is over, you can burn the resulting files to a CD or DVD disc. DVR Converter 3 features a built-in player for previewing your video content and supports batch mode conversion for processing entire folders of video files.
If you are looking for a video conversion tool supporting as many formats as possible and featuring a convenient and highly intuitive interface, make sure to try it in action!
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