Knowing which files will play in your consumer electronics devices is complicated. Digital Media Converter simplifies your headaches faced in dealing with competing audio and video standards. If two (or 200) files aren’t compatible; convert them. This app offers the most comprehensive list of conversions I’ve seen to date.
Top of the list is support for MS-DVR and MOV to any other format. Additional conversions include: VCD, DVD, AVI (DivX, MS MPEG4, uncompressed), MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MP3, MOV, WMV, and WAV. I’m personally not aware of another consumer application capable of converting QuickTime MOV files to AVI, WMV, MPEG-1, and MPEG-2. Customize audio and video output independently to optimize conversions for your specific needs. Strip the audio track from movie files and listen to separately. Batch convert large blocks of files in a single session. Split large files into smaller clips. Convert files in the background. A video repair function helps eliminate quirks in video files. If you downloaded a video with strange noises in the audio track or blips in the video, Digital Media Converter attempts to re-encode the video minus the error. While this won’t fix every video problem, it certainly does a great job of eliminating most annoyances. The trial version is fully functional with no expiration, but watermarks converted files until registered.
If you need support for AVCHD, MKV, or RMVB, be sure to try Digital Media Converter Pro instead.