Freemake Video Converter(s) is a free software entry-level computer video conversion program (in spite of the name). It can read most all video, sound, and image formats and outputs to AVI, MP4, WMV, Matroska, FLV, DVD, Blu-ray, and MPEG. It is also equipped with an efficient batch processing system.
Like other free software video conversion products, freeware video converter supports both direct and composite colors, HVCC, RGB, CMYK, water, despeckle, and dupe masks, despeckling, chroma keying, and chroma subsampling. It has the following features: de-clutter, remove overlap, retain frames, remove blank areas, retain old data, retain title, thumbnail, color, create panoramic images, add text, add action bars, add frame transitions, add transitions to backgrounds, add fade-in and fade-out menus, add custom graphics, support for wmv, flv, and, and wmv hvc formats, rotate, zoom, add text, add light effects, apply filters, add frames, add metadata, insert folders and tags, and add audio tracks. It also features an integrated "flat" design interface that makes it easy to use and transfer. Although the software is relatively basic and doesn't have a lot of advanced features, it does come with a video "previews" tool which allows you to see the video on various size monitors. The software allows the user to convert a variety of video formats.
To use the Freemake Video Converter, you need to download and install the software, then follow the on-screen instructions. Then, select the option to either import or copy video files from your hard drive and to then convert them to the new file types. The software will then allow you to choose the conversion settings you want to use and it will then proceed to perform the conversion. When finished, the application will display the resulting video on the screen. If you would like to restore the files that were removed from the computer, you will need to uninstall and then reinstall the software.