Converting Videos From Various Devices with Movavi Video Converter

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As you may have noticed when you record videos with different devices such as digital cameras, smartphones or even tablets, they are very often saved in different formats. On some devices you may be able to choose the format in which your videos are saved, but on others you may not be able to or the range of formats may be limited.

In most cases so long as your videos are saved in a widely-used format you should be safe, however sometimes that isn’t the case or you may need to play your videos on a device that only supports particular types of formats. Either way, with Movavi Video Converter you will be able to convert your videos from various devices so that they are compatible with any device that you want to play them on.

Assuming you already have a video that you want to convert, all you need to do is:

  1. Click ‘Add Media’ then ‘Add Video’ and select the video.
  2. Click on the ‘Video’ tab and the bottom and select a format that you want to use, or click on the ‘Devices’ tab and choose a preset for the device or platform you want to play it on.
  3. Click ‘Convert’ to start converting the video.

Based on those steps it should be easy enough for you to use Movavi Video Converter as an MP4 to WMV converter as all you need to do is load the MP4 video into the software then select ‘WMV’ in the list of formats. If you don’t know which format would be best then the presets will help you to automatically optimize your video based on the device or platform you’re using.

Aside from helping you to convert your videos, Movavi Video Converter will prove useful on several other fronts too. Its features will enable you to enhance the video quality, create animated GIFs, cut and join video clips, extract audio tracks, insert customizable text, regulate the audio levels, grab screenshots, convert audio and image files, and much more.

For now you may want to cut your teeth by using Movavi Video Converter to convert a video that you recorded on one of your devices just to see how it works. After that you can take your time and experiment with its other features so that you get a feel for what they’re capable of too.

Phoebe@techsophist.net'