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Modiac Video Converter, which is the most powerful and high speed video converter, can not only supports all the popular video formats, such as MKV to DVD, AVI to ISO, WMV to AVI, MKV to AVI, but also convert video on your PC to various formats supported by next generation consoles and multiple mobile devices, such as iPod, iPhone, Xbox 360, PS3, Apple TV, Cell Phone. It can extract audio from video when needed as well. The highlights of the Modiac video converter are as belows:*High speed. Modiac Video Converter with patent advanced accelerating engine, could transfer the videos in amazing high speed, which can save much to 20% spending time than others.High quality video and Dolby AC3 5.1 audio. The creative AV compress engine will convert all videos in high quality image, supporting high definition up to 1080P. As well as the digital 5.1 multichannel audio output. With WinAVI Video Converter, you will get a perfectly converted movie that is as good as the original.Supports almost all popular format conversions. Modiac Video Converter supports almost all popular formats including AVI, MKV, MP4, WMV, FLV, DVD, VCD, SVCD, MPEG1/MPEG2,even RM, ASF, DivX, Xvid and MOV, SWF on the Internet. It can also support all the prevailed consoles such as iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, ZUNE, NDS, Xbox 360, PS3, Cell Phone, and can convert the files between them freely.Just one click to convert. The interface of Modiac Video Converter is simply and user-friendly. Therefore, it can be easily operated by anyone else. All user to do is just a click on the menu and all the options of the program are presetted for you. All conversions can be done easily and quickly. Modiac Video Converter also has advanced functions for the professional user for further adjustments. Senior users could customize their converting parameters simply in advanced control panel.
Price USD69.95
License Free to try
File Size 19.91 MB
Version 2.5.0.4097
Operating System Windows Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 98 Windows 7
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