New Freemake Video Converter

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This Freemake Video Converter software is a good converting software.

Can I compress file by it?

Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
Answered By 0 points N/A #144069

New Freemake Video Converter


Hi Effieclyde,

Freemake Video Converter is a fast, efficient, reliable, free video converter. It is very simple and much easy to use. No toolbars, no sneak ware, no registration, just download and use.

It can’t be use as a file compression tool but when you convert high capacity format file in to low capacity format file such as WMV in to 3GP the file size will be reduce.

Features of It

200+ Input Formats

Output to AVI, MP4, MKV, FLV, 3GP, MP3 and HTML5

Convert Freeto iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP and Android

Burn Blu-ray and DVD Video

Make Slideshows and Visualizations

Upload Photos and MP3to YouTube

Cut, Join, Rotate, Limit size,Adjust to aspect ratio

Best Regards,

Amanda Morson

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Answered By 574060 points N/A #144070

New Freemake Video Converter


Since Freemake Video Converter is a video converter that transforms one video file or movie file to many different formats, you can only use it to convert video files and not any other non-video files. And since you are already using Freemake Video Converter, the version you have is a bit older.

The latest version is Freemake Video Converter 4.0.0 and is already available  and also available here.

You also need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile before installing Freemake Video Converter. If you don’t have it on your computer, the setup wizard will automatically install it for you. Just make sure you are connected to the internet when doing the installation.

And another thing when installing Freemake products, your computer needs to be connected to the internet while doing the installation. If you don’t have a regular internet connection, you need to download the offline version of the products from Downloads Offline version. This page contains all Freemake products including the Microsoft .NET Framework.

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