If you own a digital camera or handy-cam, there is a good chance you have had to use video conversion software. The best ones often come with a price tag. Only a handful of freeware video conversion tools pack impressive features into a user friendly interface; Freemake belongs to these handful of programs.
Freemake is a free user friendly program that converts videos between popular formats. Compatible with Windows operating systems, the download file is nearly 10 MB large.
After installing the program you can add videos from your computer, direct towards an inserted DVD, add an audio file, or even some pictures. You can choose to convert the media into AVI, MP4, WMV, 3GP, DVD, or MP3. Before conversion you can open up Freemake’s editor and cut scenes or clips to be converted.
You can also choose the YouTube option that will split your files into 10 minute pieces and then upload to YouTube as a playlist.
- A user friendly and free video conversion program.
- Supports a number of popular video formats.
- Allows editing the video and adding a few effects before beginning conversion.
- The YouTube option breaks down a video such that it is uploaded to YouTube in pieces.
- Similar tools: Hamster Video Converter, VidToMP3, Online-Converter and Movavi.
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Get Freemake from www.freemake.com/free_video_converter