Video Convert Master
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What is Video Convert Master?
McFunSoft developed and distributed home video software labeled, Video Convert Master. This video converter application converts videos to and from VCD, DVD, SVCD, AVI, WMV, MPEG, MPEG1, MPEG2, MPEG4, RMVB, RM and other well-known video formats. Video Convert Master supports different digital multimedia devices; hence, all converted video files can be viewed on PSP, PS3, Apple TV, iPhone, iPad, Sony walkman, HD videos, mobile MP3 and all that. Also, Video Convert Master provides Preview window which allows users to view all converted videos right after the conversion process.
Aside from converting video files, Video Convert Master creates movie DVDs as well from any video files in the least supported format. Besides, this tool splits large movies into smaller video clips for simple and quick transmission of files, and put clips on show at one fell swoop.
The minimum required system of the Video Convert Master software is: a Pentium processor with at least 233 MHz, a minimum of 64MB RAM, and an IDE hard drive. The Video Convert Master is well compatible with any versions of Microsoft Windows operating system.
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File types supported by Video Convert Master
Our users primarily use Video Convert Master to open these file types:
About file types supported by Video Convert Master
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Last updated: : January 29, 2013