If you are looking for FreeSmith, you have come to the right place. We explain what FreeSmith is and point you to the official download.
AnvSoft developed and introduced FreeSmith, a complete freeware audio/video/DVD/blue-ray DVD player with high video streaming quality. FreeSmith supports popular audio and video formats including MOV, MKV, FLV, MTS, M2TS, RM, RMVB, WMV, TY, TS, 3G2, MP4, 3GP2, AVI, SWF, TP, DAT, DV, ASF and more! Besides, FreeSmith is highly customizable; users can personalize not just the player but even the video files - the brightness, contrast, saturation, frame size, and screen length.
Aside from being an all-in-one player, FreeSmith is also a YouTube video downloader and converter. FreeSmith downloads WebM, MP4, FLV, and 3GP videos from YouTube and converts to any supported video formats. Moreover, FreeSmith burns downloaded or converted videos to standard DVD and Blue-ray disk.
What is more, FreeSmith provides diverse editing tools that are capable of cropping, trimming, joining, and rotating videos, as well as adding subtitles and editing video codec. Furthermore, the available editing tools adjust the video’s frame rate, bit rate, sample rate, dimension, channel, and enhance audio/video quality. FreeSmith supports wide range of DVD disk and TV systems, as well as diverse input formats.
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File types supported by FreeSmith
Our users primarily use FreeSmith to open these file types:
About file types supported by FreeSmith
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Last updated: : January 20, 2013