FreeFileConverter is a free utility that lets you convert videos into a format that can be recognized by any device such as Windows computers, Mac, mobile phones, tablets and media centers. It supports batch conversion. It supports devices created by Asus, Blackberry, Acer, Apple, Epson, Creative, LG, HTC, Nokia, Microsoft, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Nintendo, PlayStation, Archos, Cowon, Dell, DVD Player as standalone, Elson, Hauppauge, Google, Humax, Hyundai, Intenso, iRiver, Motorola, Nikon, O2, Palm, Philips, PocketPC, T-Mobile, Telefunken, Toshiba, TrekStor, Vodaphone, Western Digital and YouTube.
On the FreeFileConverter user interface, click Add Files to choose videos that you want to convert. Then, choose the folder where you want your converted files to be saved by clicking the dropdown selection under Save to folder. Choose the output options for your file conversion such as the Manufacturer and the Device by choosing from the dropdown selections under them. You have options to delete files from list and show videos. You can click on Help and About for details about the use of the application. This application uses FFmpeg code under the GPL license.
Our users primarily use Free File Converter to open these file types:
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