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In this modern age, we seem to have an infinite number of devices and a constant connection to
the web. It leads to a constant desire for media, especially video. Sometimes, however,
compatibility issues halt this desire; you might encounter difficulties with uploading a video to
share with friends, viewing the latest blockbuster on your phone, or capturing images from a video
recorded on your computer. Video conversion is a form of transcoding and the solution to this
problem. There are a few different ways of transcoding, but all use some set of commands and
algorithms to directly and digitally switch from one encoding to another. If it sounds complicated,
worry not, there is an extensive selection of software programs designed to perform video
conversion for you. Most are easy to operate and a good majority of them are free.
The three basic video conversion tasks are as follows: converting formats, converting bitrates
(number of frames process per unit of time), and converting resolutions. Converting video from
one format to another can prove useful in preparing files for (and extracting them from) portable
devices, DVD, mobile phones, digital cameras, and the internet. Typically, you may need to
change the bitrate and/or resolution to fit the requirements of certain media devices and upload
sites. Both those playback/sharing options have a limited amount of storage (hard drive and
bandwidth, respectively) so you might need to alter those two traits in order to accommodate
other files and users. They both also feature, usually, smaller display screens and adjusting those
two factors allows for optimum viewing quality.
Since video conversion is in such high demand, software programs are not only numerous, but
also equipped with extra features in order to keep up with competition. The cream of the crop will
have a stable release (minimal, if any, crashing and freezing), produce a new video that is both insync and has a high image quality resembling that of the original, support a high number of video
formats, allow you to perform light edits (splitting and video effects, for example), let you extract
audio and individual images from your video, perform the conversion quickly, and provide you, if
needed, with excellent support.
While you may not require all additional features, they're certainly useful and likely to be an
indicator of a better end result. Regardless of whether you're opting for a basic or expansive
program, it helps to know the common file types associated with what reason you have for
performing video conversion. For example, flv, asf, and m4v are all common internet file types so
if you plan to obtain something off of websites (for, say, transfer to a portable device or offline
viewing), you should make sure your converter supports those file types. It's also worth noting that
you can use video conversion to transform PowerPoint presentations (ppt file format) into a video
format. Doing this can help avoid any compatibility issues, unwanted edits, and plagiarism, and
allow you to upload the presentation to video sharing websites like YouTube.
Video conversion software is a great, generally seamless, translator tool that lends media that
same flexibility and universality this digital age lends us.
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