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Here are quick reviews of the top 5 all time best rated video conversion software.
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1. AVS Video ConverterRating
If you need a straightforward video converter that doesn’t stump you when trying to figure out its interface, this would be the video converter to go for. Among the formats AVS Video Converter supports are AVI, MPEG 1 and 2, QuickTime (MOV), WMV, MP4 for iPod and PSP and also RealMedia.
An attractive feature of AVS Video Converter is its ability to rip and convert files from a DVD or minidisc. There’s also support for HD formats ranging from AVCHD, MPEG-2 HD and WMV. There are very few video converters in this price range that support such a wide range of high definition video formats.
You would, however, be a little disappointed if you wish to convert FLV video from YouTube. AVS only converts the video but not the audio.
Still, at $39.00, AVS Video Converter can be considered a bargain.
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2. Any Video Converter ProRating
Any Video Converter may not be as versatile as AVS when it comes to the range of formats support. However, if you're looking for a video converter that supports formats for portable media players, this is a video converter worth considering.
Any Video Converter Pro makes up for the limited input formats by offering an easy-to-use interface. It also comes bundled with a YouTube video downloader. All you have to do is cut and paste the YouTube or Google Video URL into Any Video Converter and within minutes you’ll end up with a video converted for you portable media player.
However, if you’re looking to convert audio files, you’ll be disappointed. Any Video Converter Pro doesn’t support audio conversion.
Any Video Converter is priced at $29.95.
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3. ImTOO Video ConverterRating
This is a video converter that supports 150 input and output video formats including video for iPhone, BlackBerry phone, iPod, iPhone and even Creative Zen.
There‘s also the manual adjustment feature for bit rate, codec and sample rate, not to mention direct rip and convert from DVD.
There’s virtually no learning curve to contend with. One thing you would find annoying is the requirement that you have to select your video output format first before importing you input video. Once this is done, you’re not allowed to change your video output format.
ImTOO Video Converter is priced at $39.95.
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4. Xilisoft Video ConverterRating
Apart from supporting the usual video formats – AVI, MP4, MPEG and DVD, there’s also support for formats like M4V, RM, 3GP, SWF, among others.
This easy to use video converter also supports such audio formats as MP3, WMA, AAC and even audio CD. However, there isn’t support for audio files that are protected.
Another drawback is there isn’t support for Flash video, if you’re planning to download video from YouTube and other file sharing sites.
Xilisoft Video Converter is priced at $35.95.
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5. Aimersoft Video ConverterRating
There’s support for MKV, MOV, VOB, RM, RMVB and even FLAC, AAC and 3GP.
Other features that would impress you are batch convert multiple files, audio extraction and split output file. There are also a couple of cool video editing tools thrown in.
Aimersoft Video Converter is priced at $35.95.