Converting F4V format

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      Avatarhumble357
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      I have begun downloading videos that are in F4V coding. Some are 1080 and some are in the new 4K format. I have been loading videos onto a portable hard drive and plugging it into my Samsung LED TV which will play video directly off of the hard drive. However, it will not process F4V format. I have looked around for free (or at least inexpensive) software and the only thing I can find are software like Bigasoft Total Video Converter which is $37. Wondering if there are any other free or less expensive alternatives? Thanks!

    • #214060
      AvatarKevin Mc
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      You might try “Handbrake” – it’s free

    • #214083
      Avatarhumble357
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      Thanks! It does work!

    • #214089
      AvatarRaziAhmed
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      I like this Converting F4V format + HandBrake

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