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Old 06-11-2010, 02:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to convert MPEG to AVI/MP4/MKV/H.264

Do you be distressed about serching for MPEG format audio or video ? Or on account of your MP3 or MP4 didn't support other formats make to you missing many your favorite audio or video? I could recommend a great soft can solve your these questions.It is Ainsoft Ainsoft MPEG Video Converter,which will help you convert almost popular video files to MPEG video format, such as convert AVI, WMV, MKV, DivX, MP4, H.264 AVC, RM, MOV, XviD, 3GP to MPEG, etc. And you can also adjust the size and quality of output files and it can be optimized and plays best for your player.With simple and clear interface, everyone can master it quickly and operate it skillfully.

But how to operate it? Please look at the help text as follows:

1. Add video files

Click “(1)” to input MPEG video;
Click “(2)” to cut and merge video for your needs;
Select any input videos and click “1” to add more output formats to converted at one time;
Click “2” to delete input video easily.


2. Powerful function clip, merge and cut video before conversion

Click “1”, pause preview;
Click “2”, to set beginning time;
Click “3”, to set ending time;
Click “4”, to start merging.


3. Seclect any output from various video formats in profile


4. Professional “Profile Settings” for users to edit video’s attribute

Support setting different “Video Size”, “Video Quality”, “Channel”, “Audio Quality”, get various quality converted output files;
Support setting video bitrate, zoom for making personal diy videos.


5. Click “Start” button to rip or convert after all settings.
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