In an era where screen recording has become essential for various purposes, integrating Artificial Intelligence features takes this capability to a new level. AI-powered screen recorders offer enhanced functionality, efficiency, and convenience, making them valuable tools for content creators, educators, marketers, and more. From automatic transcription and speech recognition to scene detection and text extraction, …
As a content creator, you may find yourself working with various video formats for different platforms and devices. And a video converter can be very useful in this situation. These tools help you effortlessly convert your video files into a format that’s compatible with your target platform or device. In this article, we will discuss why you may need a video file converter, the factors to consider when choosing one, and the top 5 video converter tools for Windows on the market.
I’d sometimes like to compress and convert the GoPro 4K video to 1080P. For any reason you want to downscale GoPro 4K to 1080P, I’d like to recommend 7 programs for you to compress and convert GoPro 4K videos to 1080P or downscale to even lower resolution.
Recently, I was updating my post about the 60FPS video converter and I recommended the top five programs on PC and Mac that can convert MKV, AVI, AVCHD, M2TS/MTS, WMV, etc in any frame rate to 60 FPS MP4 MKV, etc. Among testing, I find one program not only supports 60 FPS but also 120 and 240 FPS. In this post, I’d like to share this very 120FPS Video Converter with you all.
You may wonder how is it possible to convert any video in any aspect ratio like 16:9, 16:10, 4:3 etc to 18.5:9, 18:9, 19.5:9, 19:9 bezel-less phones like iPhone X, Galaxy S9 etc? In this post, I am giving you an absolutely no black bar solution for converting any videos to perfectly fit your full-screen display phones with any aspect ratio.
Freemake is one of the top free video converting solutions in my eyes and I always like to recommend it to others before I had this failing to start issue. It is really a pity that we lost a good free video converter but we have to find a good Freemake Video Converter alternative and here I’d like to recommend some for both Windows and Mac users.
Innotab is a popular learning tablet for children from VTech. And I have two for my kids as their birthday gifts, Innotab 3S for the younger and Max for the elder and I think this Android-based tablet is a great tool to develop kids’ intelligence but I have great trouble in ripping and converting Disney DVDs to Innotab 3S and Innotab Max. I tried a number of DVD ripping programs, both Windows and Mac and I will list all my troubles below and a possible solution to truly rip Disney protected DVDs to Innotab 3S or Innotab Max compatible format.
As far as I can see, a couple of years ago, most videos are in 30 FPS, but the most recent years, video cameras from Sony, NEEWER, etc, as well as smartphones like iPhone and Samsung, are able to record videos over 60 FPS even 120 FPS. Also, some HD DVD and Bluray discs are in 60FPS. Most of the video formats as I can see are M2TS/MTS or AVCHD, and MKV is able to contain videos in 60FPS as well, and we do have the eager to convert those M2TS/MTS or AVCHD videos to 60FPS with a decent and user-friendly 60FPS Video Converter.