How to Convert Video to AVI/MP4/WMV

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How to Convert Video to AVI/MP4/WMV

Postby Obahio » Mon Apr 08, 2013 7:57 am

Nowadays, kinds of portable music/video players are on the market. But these players support only limited video formats. So it's a question about how to convert video to AVI/MP4/WMv format. Here introduce Total Video Converter that can make the work much easier. Total Video Converter can convert video with excellent quality and fast speed.

Step 1. Download and install Total Video Converter.

Step 2. Load Video
You can load your video by clicking “Add File” button or clicking “File” button, you can choose “Add File” on a drop-down list.

Step 3. Output format and Settings
From the “Profile” drop-down list you can find one format that meets your requirement.

To have your own video settings you can click “settings” button.

After doing the 3 steps above, you can click “start” button to start conversion.

1. Trim
There are 3 ways that you can trim your video.
a. You can drag the buttons(1) to set the start and end time
b. You can preview the video first and when you want to start trim click the left one of the pair buttons(2) when you want to end click the right one.
c. You can set the exact start and end time on the right side of the pop-up window.

2. Crop
There are 3 ways that you can crop your video.
a. We provide 7 modes on our “Crop Mode”(1)
b. You can set your own mode on the right side of the pop-up window(2)
c. You can drag frame to set your own crop mode(3)

3. Snapshot and merge into one file
If you like the current image of the video you can use the “Snapshot” option. Just click the “Snapshot” button the image will be saved and you can click the “Open” button next to “Snapshot” button to open your picture. (1)
If you want to make several files output as one you can choose “Merge into one file”.(2)

Is it the right one you need? Total Video Converter ( makes you to convert video to AVI/MP4/WMV more conveniently.
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