August 8, 2015

Movavi Video Converter for Windows Review

If you were to look at a list of the many different video formats that are used nowadays, you’d probably be quite shocked. Odds are unless you happen to be a professional video editor or someone in that area, you won’t recognize half of them or even begin to understand the differences.
For the average user, the format of the video is really secondary – however because of the way things are, even casual users are forced to pay attention to the video format from time to time. In most cases this crops up when you have a particular format of video and your regular media player is unable to play it – or when you transfer it to your smartphone or tablet only to find that it can’t be played there.
The reason why these problems can be such a pain is because converting videos between two different formats isn’t exactly ‘common knowledge’ for most people. Even if you were to look it up you’d probably end up confronted with numerous different tools intended for professionals that are confusing and difficult to use.
That is why the Movavi Video Converter for Windows ( is a very attractive option. As its name implies, it will help you to convert your videos between any formats that you could desire, but what makes it stand out is that it is designed to be used by average users who don’t have any technical knowledge whatsoever.
To ensure that anyone and everyone is able to use it, the software uses an intuitive design alongside numerous automatic presets that will help you choose the right format for the right purpose. For example, if you wanted to upload a video to YouTube you could simply select the YouTube preset and all the technical details to convert your video to the most optimal format would be taken care of for you.
While being easy to use, the Movavi Video Converter for Windows also contains several powerful features that will allow you to edit and tweak videos to make them look better, add a soundtrack to your videos, convert images, and even save the audio track from your videos.
In a nutshell, it can handle any video conversions – and then some. The best way to see what it is capable of however would be to try it out for yourself and get a feel for what it can do.