Q: I have tons of video files on my computer. One of the things I don’t like about my collection is that there are a bunch of different formats. I would like to convert everything to one format for my own sanity. Where can I find a list of software products that will do this?
A: Wouldn’t it be a whole lot easier if we just had to contend with a single video file format? Unfortunately, this is just a dream. On one hand, a multitude of formats gives us the opportunity to pick what we like best, but on the other hand, dealing with all of the formats can be frustrating. Whether you need a particular file in a certain format, or you just desire uniformity, video converters are out there for you to use. The only problem is that there are so many options to choose from. Most of them are around the same price, so you’d definitely benefit from personally seeing which one does a better job in your situation. Seeing is believing, and that saying definitely applies in this instance.
To get you started, look through this list. A nice selection of options can be found here, and it’s important that you read the user feedback and evaluate these programs for yourself. As always, you can also try searching for options on Google.
I hope that you’re able to find that perfectly suited application!
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