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Freemake Video Converter 4.1.3.11 Download

Editor's Rating
5.0
User's Rating
1.0 Star Rating (1 rating/s)
Downloads:
554
Author:
Freemake
Date added:
March 07, 2014
Language:
English
License:
Freeware
Operating systems:
Win XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7
File size:
1.2MB
Checksum:
9d294176b3179c7123627795d6d622d0

Freemake Video Converter Download Info

Freemake Video Converter Free Download
Freemake Video Converter converts your favourite videos into almost any desired format.

Not only common formats such as MP4, WMV or AVI are supported, but also more exotic ones like MKV, TOD and others.

Freemake Video Converter is also capable of scaling your video files to specific video players (iPhone, XBox, etc.).

Freemake Video Converter is an excellent tool which is free to download, with a huge variety of functions and a comfortable, intuitive interface.

Related article: How To Convert Any Video File to Mobile using Freemake Video Converter

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Editor's Review

Freemake video converter does exactly what it says, its converts your video files into the format of your choosing. Perfect for converting films and and music videos to put on your handheld devices so you can take them while your on the move.


What makes Freemake video converter really good is the simplicity, unlike other video converters out there where you have to know the exact parameters you would like the video converted to, so it works on your device. Freemake comes pre-set with settings for most Apple devices, Android and even PSP which makes it easy for anyone to convert their videos. If needed you can set up your own parameters for conversion. I converted a 1.4 GB AVI file to Mp4 compatible with my android phone and it took around 15 minutes, which I find to be really fast compared to alternatives I have tried. Also you can use this program to create Blu ray and DVD discs with menus


The only not so great thing about this application is if you are taking video from a DVD the subtitles are not always detected and also this program can use a lot of the systems resources for conversion of video or audio.


An alternative to this program is Handbrake which has a lot more options of how the final product will come out and with more support for subtitles. Freemake video converter is so easy to use in comparison and if you just want to get your videos onto your hand-held device this program could not be any simpler.

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Freemake Video Converter 3.1.1.4

(Converters), November 12, 2012

Beware: Stubborn Malware Included

Reviewer: VideoGameJunkie - View all of My Reviews

FreeMake Video Converter does provide a useful service by compressing and converting videos to a multitude of file types and compressions with ease, even allowing you to specify the size limit you would like your converted video to fit into. The problem is, it comes with a malware search bar that installs and binds itself to EVERY web browser on the host system, even when you explicitly specify NOT to install such a search bar. It also changes your default search engine and home page to the questionable search portal (possibly changes more, haven't found what other badness this malicious software does). Disabling or uninstalling the search bar does not function (it just comes back as if it was never disabled), and furthermore, the data files for the search bar program do not allow you to delete them manually (giving an error when attempting to do so). Finally, this program not only forced a restart of the computer after being installed (got to get that cash cow search bar installed ASAP, to hell with asking permission to reboot) but also slowed down a Core i5 computer to MOLASSES for no apparent reason whatsoever (aside perhaps from probably enforcing the search bar system service binding that prevents the search bar from ever being removed.) I highly recommend you turn to open source softwares like VLC or VirtualDub to compress/convert video and STAY AWAY from ANY software that claims to be free yet has no apparent advertising or sales model on their host website (they have to make money with this program somehow, and this crooked search bar is exactly how they do just this.)