VideoMach: A Video Format Converter With Video Editing Features

MOin 19-06-2012

Most freeware video conversion applications offer a limited set of features that are restricted to converting videos from one format to another. As a result, you end up installing a bunch of different software apps for video conversions, picture-to-video conversions, and video fix-ups.


Here to combine all these features and present them in a single package is a tool called VideoMach.

video format converter

VideoMach is a desktop application that lets you convert videos between different file formats. Picture-to-video conversions are also supported. A wide range of file formats are supported including AVI, JPEG, MPEG, RGB, WAV, and more.

Video fix-up features are also supported; these include rotating videos, resizing them, removing borders, sharpening videos, adjusting colors, arranging videos into arrays, overlaying text / logos, and adding audio to animations.



VideoMach offers a free and a paid version; the free version offers limited functionality when it comes to a few file formats whereas the paid versions has these limitations removed.


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  1. Liza
    March 15, 2018 at 6:04 am

    Thanks for sharing useful information about VideoMach on how you can convert videos and edit it from there. There is a video downloader that will perfectly match with this program. In this website, you can download different kinds of videos from all video sharing sites. It is called AceThinker Free Video Downloader. This is an online website which allows you to download videos with 3x speed. It would be a nice pair wit VideoMach. You can download videos from that tool then edit them using VideoMach.

  2. Anonymous
    October 3, 2012 at 3:24 pm

    no MOV ?!

  3. Josh Vogler
    June 19, 2012 at 4:04 am

    The download page has two versions to choose from w/o explaining the difference. A free 'sponsored' version, and a shareware version. By sponsored, do they mean ads in the program, in the installation process...but more functional. Shareware version doesn't have these sponsors, but is more limited than 'sponsored' version? Their comparison table does not distinguish between these two options. Anyone tried them both, or know the answer?