Converting Videos For Various Devices Using Movavi Video Converter

If you transfer videos between your smartphone, tablet, PC and perhaps even some other devices – you probably have begun to realize that every device supports a different range of video formats. It can sometimes be difficult to remember which formats are compatible with all of your devices, let alone trying to find versions of the videos you want to watch in those formats.

 

Rather than putting yourself through that ordeal, Movavi Video Converter can offer you a much easier option. As you can guess, it will allow you to convert your videos to various formats – but what makes it truly unique is how easy it is to do so, and the fact that you don’t need to have any knowledge of video formats to use it.

 

When you want to convert a video for a specific device, all you need to do is:

 

  1. Launch Movavi Video Converter.
  2. Click ‘Add Media’ then ‘Add Video’ and select the video that you want to convert.
  3. Select the ‘Video’ tab and choose the format that you want to use, or select the ‘Devices’ tab and choose the preset for the device that you intend to use.
  4. Click ‘Convert’ to convert your video.

 

Assuming you select one of the presets that are built-in to Movavi Video Converter, it will automatically apply the optimal video format and settings for that device or platform. As such you don’t need to tie yourself in knots trying to remember which formats should be used for all your devices.

 

On the other hand if you want to convert between two formats such as MKV to MP4, AVI to WMV, or MOV to FLV – you could do so too. In fact the features in Movavi Video Converter will even allow you to convert audio and image files, compress videos, create animated GIFs, cut and join video segments, grab screenshots, improve the video quality, extract audio tracks, insert customizable text, and a whole lot more.

 

Although these features aren’t required for you to convert videos for various devices, they will extend the options that are open to you. In particular you may want to start using Movavi Video Converter to extract highlights from your videos that are easier to refer to, or simply compressing them so that they take up less space on mobile devices that have limited storage.

Deadpool – Anticiaption of the Anti Hero

With anticipation extremely high, we have finally seen the launch of the Fox movies Deadpool film. With the juggernaut promotion applied by Fox for this film, it’s no surprise that cult favourite character Deadpool has risen in both awareness and popularity. But what are his origins? What are the origins of the other characters in the film, and how does it all tie in to the X-Men movie universe? Continue reading “Deadpool – Anticiaption of the Anti Hero” »

Common Mistakes When Making a Video – And How to Avoid Them

Need a video?  Then why not make your own, right?  How hard can it be?

30 years ago, the ability for people like you and me to make movies was handed to us in the shape of very bulky, very expensive video cameras.  These would typically have to be carted around on the shoulder while the user peered through an eyepiece.  Continue reading “Common Mistakes When Making a Video – And How to Avoid Them” »

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