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AVS Video Converter
AVS Video Converter v.6
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Current Version:  6.4.4.420
Release Date:  6/17/2010
File Size:
52.20 MB
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AVS Video Converter

Getting Started

AVS Video Converter is a dedicated tool for converting video files, including DVD and Blu-ray video, between different video formats and for creating DVD/BD video discs. Go trough three easy steps to create a video suitable for storage and playing on your computer, putting on your website, playing in your home DVD/BD player or to rip DVD as well as Blu-ray discs:

  • Step 1: Select the necessary output file format (click the More Formats button if needed)
  • Step 2: Open your input file using the upper Browse... button
  • Step 3: Press Convert now! to start converting.

AVS Video Converter main window

If you wish to create video for computer

Select To AVI, To MPEG, To MOV or To MKV to create high quality video to store and play it on your computer.

To AVI buttonGo to AVI Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file. DivX and Xvid give the best quality and quite small file size.
To MPEG buttonGo to MPEG Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file. MPEG-1 gives VHS video quality and relatively small file size. MPEG-2 gives DVD quality and big file size.
To MOV buttonGo to MOV Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file.
To MKV buttonGo to MKV Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file. DivX and Xvid give the best quality and quite small file size.

If you wish to create video for Internet

Select To WMV, To FLV, To SWF or To RM to create video suitable for putting on the website or streaming through the local network or Internet. These formats create small video files suitable for Internet. The quality is not very good and depends on the targeted Internet connection speed.

To WMV buttonGo to WMV Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file.
To FLV buttonGo to FLV Profile to select a preset to create a file with the needed quality level.
To SWF buttonGo to SWF Profile to select a preset to create a file with the needed quality level.
To RM buttonGo to RM Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file.
Note!Note: WMV files can be played back by Windows Media Player and many other players. To playback created FLV and SWF files you will need the Macromedia Shockwave Flash Player installed, whereas for RM files playback the RealPlayer is needed.

If you wish to create video for a mobile device

Select To MP4, To 3GP, To DPG or To AMV to create video to store and play it on your mobile device (Sony PSP, iPod etc.) or a mobile phone.

To MP4 buttonGo to MP4 Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file. You can select MPEG-4 codec and file type for different mobile devices: mobile phone, Sony PSP, iPod and other MP4 devices.
To 3GP buttonGo to 3GP Profile to select the codec that will be used to compress the video file. MPEG-4 is recommended for use at higher bit rates when it sharpens the image. At lower bit rates it would be better to use H.263 codec.
To DPG buttonGo to DPG Profile to select a preset to create a file for your handheld game console with the needed quality level.
To AMV buttonGo to AMV Profile to select a preset to create a file with video image that will fit the display of your portable player.

If you wish to create a video disc for home DVD/BD players

To DVD buttonSelect To DVD or To Blu-ray if you wish to create a video disc compatible with your home DVD/BD player. So, before pressing one of these buttons make sure that your DVD/BD player supports the disc type you want to use (DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL or BD-R, BD-RE).

BD and DVD give the best quality of the video, but requires BD and DVD discs. A DVD burner is thus required for creating video DVD discs, while a BD burner can be used for recording video data to Blu-ray as well as DVD discs.

The conversion to DVD or Blu-ray may take several hours depending on your computer capabilities. Wait for the program to burn the converted video on a disc.

To Blu-ray button

If you wish to rip a DVD or Blu-ray disc

Insert the disc into your computer DVD/BD drive. If it's a DVD select the VIDEO_TS.IFO file, in case you want to rip a BD open the BDMV folder and select index.bdmv. Next choose the output file format depending on purpose you want to create a file for. Press the Convert Now! button to start converting.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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