Within the AVS Video Converter interface you can also change some program settings. To do that click the Settings button on the Main Toolbar. A window will be opened, where you can switch between the available tabs depending on the settings you need to adjust. These tabs are:
Here you can adjust settings that concern file conversion. They are:
Use this field to select one of the available conversion modes:
Use this field to change the priority of the conversion process in the system (for instance, if you plan to do some other work on your computer - watch a movie, play a game, - while the conversion process takes place). The conversion Priority can be set using one of the available options: highest, above normal, normal, below normal. The normal option is set by default.
Note: but you can still change the priority level during video conversion by clicking the arrow button at the bottom of the Main Area and selecting the Conversion Priority option:
Use this field to select one of the available Resize types. They are needed for picture resizing that is done when you change the video image size - height and/or width, or alter its aspect. These resize types are:
Depending on your computer configuration, the time you have to perform the conversion and all the other factors, you can select one of the resize types and the appropriate resizing will be performed.
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Here you can edit subtitles to make them suit your taste and needs. You can change such parameters as:
Within the Preview Area you can see how your subtitles will look after making adjustments.
Here you can select a directory for storing temporary files that will be produced during file conversion and disc menu creation processes. Clicking the Browse... button you can change the current folder. The Temp folder on your local disk C is selected by default.
Under the Temp Directory field free storage space in the selected folder is given. Please bear in mind that this folder should be large enough depending on the input file size and the output format you selected. Otherwise the conversion process will be interrupted and you will be suggested to select another folder for temporary files or free some storage space on your hard disk drive.
Here you can customize the Formats Tab of the Main Toolbar according to your needs. You can set the buttons, which stand for the output formats you often convert to, and they will be displayed on the Main Toolbar at program startup for you to be able to access the needed button quickly.
For this purpose proceed through the following steps:
After that the selected buttons will exchange their locations.
You can also drag and drop any format button within the other or the same toolbar and alter its position this way.
Here you can customize the Devices Tab of the Main Toolbar according to your needs. You can set the buttons, which stand for the output formats you often convert to, and they will be displayed on the Devices Tab at program startup for you to be able to access the needed button quickly.
You can also drag and drop any device button within the other or the same toolbar and alter its position this way.
Here you can customize the Web Tab of the Main Toolbar according to your needs, i.e. change the sequence of the websites buttons. To do that, drag one of the buttons to the position you need and the other button will take its position. In this way the buttons will exchange their places.
After you made all the adjustments, click OK to save changes and close the Settings window or the Cancel button to discard the changes made and close the Settings window. You can also return to the default settings by clicking the Restore Defaults button.
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