I am a little surprised by the fact that most areas of technology have improved a lot, but some still seem to be plagued with lack of usability. One of those irritant areas relates to non-standard file formats for different forms of media on the computer. That calls for a great video converter software.
Take the case of video file formats. There is 3gp, Avi, DivX, DVD, Flash, Flv, HD, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Mp4 and more. That coupled with the fact that today I access my videos on mobile devices; and those devices sometimes have proprietary formats.
Luckily, I am glad to report that there is light at the end of this tunnel. What I see is that some well-meaning entrepreneurs have set up web based services that can allow you to convert one file format to another. For the comfort of my readers, I have gone ahead and located one such video converter service: Movavi.
I like the fact that it can basically deal with all the major types of file formats. Sure there are many other similar sites. But I have yet to find one that can handle all the latest file formats too.
So if you have a video in a certain file format and you are unable to view it on your blackberry (or ipad, or android, etc), you can download the video converter at Movavi and convert the video to your desired device standard.
Isn’t that cool? I guess that takes the sweat out of guessing what works and what does not. I whole heartedly recommend Movavi to my readers.