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Can VideoWrap convert AVI files?

Posted: Sun, 13th Dec 2009, 9:58pm

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pinkyandthesheep

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I'm guessing it can't saying that I haven't found a successful software that can, Or atleast not one I'm willing to buy.
I have a bunch of videos that are AVI files and some of them are things I would really like to convert.
If videowrap can't do it. Does anyone know any program that is free or cheap that does?
Thank you
Posted: Sun, 13th Dec 2009, 10:27pm

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It really depends what you want to convert them to.
Posted: Sun, 13th Dec 2009, 10:53pm

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As long as they are not 100% uncompressed. Meaning if you are pulling movies off a camera then it will most likely not work.
Posted: Mon, 14th Dec 2009, 12:00am

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AVS Video Converter works well for me but as it has already been stated, it depends on what you are converting from and to.
Posted: Mon, 14th Dec 2009, 2:13am

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Fxhome Dude

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Try downloading VLC media player and the latest version of quicktime. See if that helps.
Posted: Thu, 17th Dec 2009, 7:02am

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If you want to convert video/files to QuickTime for entertainment, don't miss this excellent QuickTime Video Converter, which can help convert to QuickTime in a easy and fast way.

Aiseesoft QuickTime Converter is currently the best software which can not only convert video/audio to QuickTime MOV, MP4 easily, but can convert files to H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Video, HD MOV. Besides, QuickTime Video Converter allows users to convert files to iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, and PSP in an easy and fast way.

Meanwhile, QuickTime Converter is also a subsidyiary editor, you can set "Effect", "Trim" , "Crop" the video to perfect the output files, and merge the files into one.
Posted: Thu, 17th Dec 2009, 8:16am

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Joshua Davies

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Movie Kid 4 wrote:

As long as they are not 100% uncompressed. Meaning if you are pulling movies off a camera then it will most likely not work.
Erm, sorry Movie Kid 4, but there are almost no video cameras in the world that store uncompressed video - there is simply no way they could store it.

DV, HDV, AVCHD, DVCPRO and just about everything else you care to mention are all heavily compressed formats.