Have you ever tried to describe how to use video converter to person who is not too savvy in computers? Or how to cut some episode from home video clip? After a few attempt it becomes clear that tools like ffmpeg or similar simply aren’t applicable if you need to help who hadn’t ever used Ubuntu and Linux on the whole. That’s why in this post I would like to tell you about the most easiest way for video conversion and editing I have ever used – Movavi.
Movavi video converter is pretty cost-effective software for Windows and Mac OS X (oh yeah, I know this is Ubuntu related blog) that allows to perform massive range of tasks related to video converting. Movavi Video Suite comes as a bundle of video editing and processing tools, it includes conversion, editing, filtering, recording, burning video and audio discs, creation of slideshows and more.
A few words about functionality provided by Movavi Video Converter. In general it makes it possible to convert more than 170 video, audio and image formats into format you need. Movavi video converter software supports all possible video formats including AVI, MPEG, MP4, WMV, ASF, 3GP, 3GPP, MKV, MP3, MOV, QT, VOB, IFO, MOD, DAT, M2T, MTS, VRO, FLV (full list of supported formats is literally impressive). Moreover it supports bunch of devices like iPad, iPod, iPhone, PSP, Nokia, BlackBerry, Android, Sumsung, etc. Besides other features provided by Movavi Video Converter I would also name the possibility to extract soundtracks from video & DVDs, Frame Capture functionality and sharing video capabilities.