Created by Arcsoft Technology, Arcsoft Media converter is a powerful multimedia converter. It converts almost every file format and accelerates their audio and video quality upon conversion. It converts 2D photos, videos and audio files into 3D. Moreover, Arcsoft Media Converter supports portable devices like Apple new iPod, iPhone and Samsung Galaxy. It also supports Windows 8 wherein the user can utilize all of its features. The software is user friendly because they just have to drag and drop the files, then select the device they want to use from the menu.
Arcsoft Media Converter supports video formats such as AVI, MPEG, flv, mov, mp4 and converts them into HD regardless of its original quality. The user can increase the resolution of the videos using Sim HD Technology of Arcsoft Converter. In photos, Arcsoft Media Converter supports JPG, bmp, GIF, png and other photo formats. The user can also add effects to photos and videos like sepia, grayscale, old scenes and sharpen. On the other hand, Arcsoft Media Converter also supports almost all audio files like m4a, wav, cab, aac and wma format. These files can be converted all together at the same time. Apart from the things mentioned above, Arcsoft Media Converter also extracts video and audio files from CD's and DVD's.
Converted files from Arcsoft Media Converter can be played in mobile phones, Samsung tablets, iPod, TV and more. The user can also upload the converted files directly into YouTube and mobile devices like Nokia mobile phones, iPod, iPhone, Android phones and Samsung Galaxy tablets.
Our users primarily use ArcSoft MediaConverter to open these file types:
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If you have additional information about which types of files ArcSoft MediaConverter can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.
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