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Free Studio

If you are looking for Free Studio, you have come to the right place. We explain what Free Studio is and point you to the official download.

What is Free Studio?

DVDVideoSoft – one of the more lesser known multimedia suite developers in the industry that competes against such giants as Nero and Cyberlink – has created one of the more definitive all in one multimedia applications that they have written and marketed over the years. This is the Free Studio, and it is so-called because the package, at a hefty size of a little over 66 MB, contains about 47 totally free programs developed by DVDVideoSoft, which can deal with any of the three types of media – video, audio, and images, and everything in between. The Free Studio however runs only on Windows computers and requires at least Windows XP on Service Pack 3 (SP3) and up, plus an installation of the .NET Framework 2 SP2.

Free Studio also allows all these applications to be controlled and accessed in one single convenient location, preventing you from actually looking for them one by one. In its central control panel called the Free Studio Manager, you can browse through its 8 subcategories that easily sorts the nearly 50 free multimedia software you have at your disposal. These 8 categories are YouTube-related applications, MP3 and audio software, discs, DVD and video, photo and images, mobile apps, Apple devices, and miscellaneous 3D programs.

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File types supported by Free Studio

Our users primarily use Free Studio to open these file types:

About file types supported by Free Studio

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Last updated: : May 4, 2012