When you start your online business you will probably soon be creating web pages and videos to sell to your visitors. Even though you can hire people for a small price to do this for you I myself preferred learning these skills myself to be able to do quick changes when needed. To do so you have to have the right tools so I was pleasently surprised when I stumbled upon the Freemake Video Converter that has over 93 million active users at the moment.
So I do alot of video these days as it’s one of my interests and also alot of fun. But working with videos can be quite a headache sometimes with all the encoder and formats going on. When working with videos for webpages it’s all about reducing size and having the right formats for different browsers. You can suddenly find yourself spending a big amount of time just rendering and transforming files back and forth. That is why I was delighted to find a pretty little tool online called Freemake Video Converter which has both a free version and a paid one.
The Freemake Video Converter converts video between 500+ formats and gadgets for free. What is was instantly happy with that the user interface is very simple and getting things done is easy and fast as it’s very simple to start converting a file and there are plenty of formats to choose from like MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, MP3, DVD, 3GP, SWF, FLV, HD, MOV, RM, QT, Divx, Xvid, TS, MTS, Fraps, etc. Import photos or audio files to turn multimedia to video. Freemake Video Converter also allows you to convert multiple videos at once. All modern codecs are included: H.264, MKV, MPEG4, AAC.
The Freemake Video Converter also allows to download and convert streaming videos from YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook, Dailymotion and to extract audio from YouTube videos or to convert them to MP3, MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV. It also has the capability to automatically upload video and audio files to iTunes and iOS after conversion.
I higly recommend this tool as it will simplify your workflow and save you heeps of time. The program may first look a little “bloated” but after using it for some time now I can cleary say that Freemake VIdeo Converter just works.