Hmm, I see this software lets you convert formats and join/split video files.
I wonder if it will rip dvd files into, say, MKV or AVIs? How about converting from these singular formats back into *real* DVD/BR formats?
The reason I wonder is that I am converting my extensive DVD library into a streamable format that I put up on my 12TB home file server (I have over 300 physical DVDs). Would be nice to throw them all on my home network network, watch on any TV in my house (I have wireless streaming boxes on each set) or on my phone/tablet. Once that is done I can box up my physical dvds and hide them in the basement.
Awesome!! Thank you for sharing this I was looking for something like this!
Any Video Converter also supports Nvidia Cuda and its easy to use :)
What adware,spyware, toolbars, or other 3rd party junk gets loaded during Freemake installation?
None, unless you choose to install it.
Wow, this is great. I've dabbled a little in making videos and hadn't found a video converter that I liked and was free so I will have to give this a try.
Let us know how you like it.
DVDVideoSoft is also a good & free convertor also
Thanks for letting us know.
i love freemake. i use and its great and works quickly.
Wow, I've never seen a free video converter support CUDA. Might have to give this one a shot. I've seen paid apps convert using CUDA with an NVIDIA GPU and it's blazing fast, not to mention the burden it alleviates off of the CPU.
Yea, true enough, many converters don't support video card accelerator, let alone free ones.
What app do You using for video editing?? Thanks!
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