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- July 13, 2016 at 7:42 AM #90799Brian QuassMember
I do subtitling and related work for various clients who send me videos in a variety of formats, including .mov and .mp4. I’ve found, however, that my software works best with .avi files. Can someone suggest a program that will reliably convert video files to .avi without changing either the frame rate or aspect ratio (and without dropping frames)?
- July 14, 2016 at 3:00 PM #214234JackWolcottParticipant
I’ve used a product called Movavi Video Converter for many years. It’s fast and does a very good job of converting most files into .avi or many other formats. It’s inexpensive and intuitive.
- August 3, 2016 at 6:50 PM #214341VIDEOParticipant
You can get Brorsoft’s Video Converter and have a try. So far, the program worked great for me. The video I converted was from a public access TV show that my band was on. We converted the files to post on youtube and facebook page. I found out about your software from a musician friend who used it for a similar purpose. I will be happy to like your program
- September 19, 2016 at 8:03 AM #214556KarolinaMillerMember
You can download Video Converter Ultimate to take a try. I often use it to convert videos to my iPhone for playback on the go. Because it supports various popular formats, I believe it can help you to convert videos to AVI.
- March 7, 2019 at 7:31 PM #72010093MikssaParticipant
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- June 10, 2020 at 8:28 AM #72052739NotheirParticipant
I remember I used DRmare and is indeed very helpful.
I’m not an expert by my friend recommended it to me, now i see others recommending it too. it must work well. hopefully it would help.
- July 14, 2020 at 11:05 PM #72054227LionParticipant
Video converters are desktop programs with a specific set of tools to deal with video materials. Depending on a program, you will be able to convert and edit videos, download a file by the URL, rip DVDs, etc. Video converters are usually free, although extra features, e.g. fast conversion speed, large file processing, may be offered as a purchase. One of the benefits is offline conversion – no Internet is required. Or add subtitles, resize, apply effects. You may just try MiniTool MovieMaker, a completely free video editing software which supports converting video to different formats as well.
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