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The Jack-Of-All-Trades Video Converter To Help Resuscitate Old Video Formats Like Dvds

By Kaidarul @KaiDarul

The Jack-Of-All-Trades Video Converter To Help Resuscitate Old Video Formats Like Dvds
As users get more accustomed to watching their videos through USB plug-n-play devices or on movable devices such as smartphones and tablets, are DVDs a dying breed already? Users seem to prefer more accessible formats that can be stored on memory cards or accessible through the cloud, but how can one ensure that their existing collection remains safe and time-proof? There’s a simple solution to that: the magic wand for converting DVDs to other popular formats is here, and it goes by the name of Movavi Video Converter for Windows. 
How the DVD converter can help reinvent videos pre-existing on discs?
DVD formats are simply not the best or most accessible ones around anymore, with most users preferring mobile-ready formats such as FLV, MP4, 3GP, or even WMV. Imagine wanting to watch Harry Potter on the phone while travelling, but being unable to do so because it’s all on discs and at home. To make videos infinitely easier to access, the Movavi Video Converter is more than capable of fast transfers and incredible range of formats as well – while keeping things simple with a one-step conversion. 
What to expect with the video converter?
While several different video formats are accepted as input files, the DVD feature is the most useful by far. Media files including audio tracks and video from DVDs can be instantly accessed through the video converter, which even allows users to separate the audio track and video track (making it easy to convert not just movies but music files as well). The editing and trimming option means that users can also add brightness, or contrast, or change the video resolution to fit their devices – things they may have missed in the original DVD but can now modify thanks to the converter’s incredible powers. 
Some technicalities that make a convincing case for the use of it
Movavi’s DVD converter comes with a “SuperSpeed mode”, which is an innovative new technology that claims to convert videos up-to 79x faster than traditional methods. Since there’s no recompression, it also prevents a loss of quality. The software automatically adapts itself to the CPU usage and engages the processor cores accordingly, allowing users to convert more files, faster. Whether the user wishes to adjust the sound (volume levels), or share converted files automatically through a built-in Share Online app, there are plenty of choices. Output devices include Motorola, Amazon, HTC, Blackberry, Palm while output formats and codecs include MKV, FLV, WebM, MPEG-4, H.264, VP8, etc.
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