Best Paid Video Converter?

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#1 Posted by Ownsin (1322 posts) -

Hey guys... I want to ask what's the best paid All Video Converter on the market? i want the best of the best and the fastes ones. Id appreciate it if someone helps. Thanks.

#2 Posted by GTR12 (9651 posts) -

Try SUPER, it has everything.

#3 Posted by Ownsin (1322 posts) -

Try SUPER, it has everything.

GTR12
is that the best?
#4 Posted by GTR12 (9651 posts) -

IMO yes

#5 Posted by Ownsin (1322 posts) -
Anymore suggestions out there?
#7 Posted by kraken2109 (13067 posts) -

Why pay? There are so many free options.

SUPER is free and has tons of features, as does handbrake, although neither are very user friendly.

Any Video Converter is also free and easier to use but with less options.

#8 Posted by usman8001 (1 posts) -
I've been a fan of " ImTOO Video Converter" Video Converter for a few years now .its awesome.
#9 Posted by Byshop (11597 posts) -

If your goal is to convert from most any video format into MP4 then I would recommend Handbrake (which is free). It'll do anything except WMV, since that's a Microsoft proprietary format. Back when I travelled with an iPad I used this program exclusively and it worked for nearly every single type of video I wanted to convert, and it worked quickly on a good quad core. I even wrote Powershell scripts to automatically call it from command line as I'd get new videos to watch.

In terms of core functionality, I'm not aware of any paid apps that are significantly better than Handbrake.

-Byshop

#10 Posted by Pickleser (1 posts) -

If your goal is to convert from most any video format into MP4 then I would recommend Handbrake (which is free). It'll do anything except WMV, since that's a Microsoft proprietary format. Back when I travelled with an iPad I used this program exclusively and it worked for nearly every single type of video I wanted to convert, and it worked quickly on a good quad core. I even wrote Powershell scripts to automatically call it from command line as I'd get new videos to watch.

In terms of core functionality, I'm not aware of any paid apps that are significantly better than Handbrake.

-Byshop

Byshop
+ 1 Handbrake. Handbrake is usually the first choice for easy video processing, but it seems only can output mkv and mp4 file format. If you just want to convert your videos to these two type of file, Handbrake would be a nice choice. For converting files to other format, you can use AppGeeker video converter. I used it for a while, it wasn't that bad, never had any problems with it. It can process back and forth from most common multimeida files. Assuming you have some flv files and want to convert to mov format, check >> How to convert flv to mov. heaps of different formats to choose from.
#11 Edited by peterpear (6 posts) -

There are tons of video converter programs available on the net, both free and paid options. The most expensive tools may be not the best for your case. Instead I prefer to use the simplest one such as Video Converter Assist (http://www.top-password.com/video-converter-assist.html). It can meet my needs and I just need to pay a few bucks. Before using this program, I have also checked out many free ones, but most of them include lots of ad plugins that are not safe.

#12 Posted by JigglyWiggly_ (23602 posts) -

I know this has been bumped--probably by a spam bot, Super is crap. Handbrake is way better