4Media XviD Converter

4Media XviD Converter 7.7

4Media XviD Converter can help you convert video files to XviD
 
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4Media XviD Converter can help you convert video files to XviD, one of the most popular video formats around. Additionally, it also lets you rip audio CDs and retrieve their information from online databases. The application has a nice interface and looks very similar to other converters; therefore, you will not have any difficulty to use it if you have previous experience with this type of software.

The converter allows a wide range of input formats. In addition, in keeping with its batch conversion support, it lets you import complete folders. The imported files can be watched using a convenient built-in player, which allows full-screen previewing and toggling between the original and the output contents.

Although XviD is the main format supported, the program can also convert to a few more ones. Unfortunately, the application does not help you avoid compatibility issues by providing a description of the profiles according to their supporting devices. These profiles can be freely customized and even new ones can be created. In order to help you get the most out of the desired file size, there is also a bitrate calculator available. As setting individual conversion parameters for each of the files is allowed, you do not need to convert all the files on the list to the same format. What is more, you can add various output profiles to the same source file. Finally, you can split large files so that they fit standard or customized storage capacities or time lengths.

All in all, 4Media XviD Converter can re-encode your files quickly and accurately, partly because it can benefit from modern hardware. Unfortunately, its main limitation is the lack of editing functions.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary

Pros

  • It is easy to use
  • It supports multiple input formats
  • It allows using individual conversion parameters or adding various output profiles to the same source file

Cons

  • It does not support any editing function
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