WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe (World Cup 2010 Special Edition) esteve disponível como oferta em 20 de junho de 2010
WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe atende por completo às necessidades de fãs que estão me busca de um software de download de vídeos de websites, conversor de HD e gravador de DVD. A versão mais recente do WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe foi especialmente desenhada para fãs de futebol já com suporte ao iPhone 4 e oferece uma solução super útil para fazer o download de streamings de vídeo da Copa do Mundo de 2010 e o compartilhamento de vídeos através do YouTube. Depois você pode converter para PC, iPad, iPhone, iPod, PSP ou gravar em DVD, para a sua coleção pessoal. Ele permite que os usuários convertam para HD e SD os seus vídeos favoritos em AVCHD, M2TS, MKV, MOD, TOD, AVI, FLV, MOV, MP4, etc, assim como transferir arquivos de vídeo para os dispositivos portáteis mais populares.
Windows 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Windows 7
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O WinX DVD Ripper Platinum foi atualizado com a proteção à cópia de DVD e a habilidade de fazer uma cópia 1:1 de DVD perfeita para o hard drive sem perda de qualidade. Ele provou ser o software de ripagem de DVD mais rápido para converter filmes em DVD com proteção para o hard drive e dispositivos móveis. Converta DVD para video com velocidade e sem esforço.
Este ripper para DVD Mac foi criado para usuários de Mac que usam PPC ou Intel. Se você ou seus amigos precisam de uma ferramenta como esta para converter DVD para iTunes, MP4, MOV, iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc, e fazer backups para filmes de DVD, você está convidado a dar uma conferida neste produto. Adquira ou recomende-o aos seus amigos.
WinX HD Video Converter for Mac, como um software conversor de vídeo HD para MAC, está sendo dado como presente antes de 30 de junho de 2010. Ele permite que usuários convertam entre vídeos HD e SD os formatos AVCHD, MKV, MTS, M2TS, H.264/AVC, MPEG-2 TS, HD WMV, MPEG-4, Quick Time MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV, MP4, AVC e daí por diante. Ele também pode converter arquivos para outros formatos para reprodução em dispositivos portáteis como iPod, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, Xbox, Xbox360, PSP, PS3, cell phones, BlackBerry, Creative ZEN, Zune, etc.
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Installed to Vista(32) smoothly.
General Video setting has following formats:
AVI, MP4, AVC, MPEG, WMV, MOV YouTube
to DVD has following:
VOB, DVD folder, DVD Disc
to HD Video:
iPad, Ipod, iPhone, Apple TV, Apple TV HD
to Sonny: PSP, PS3, PS3 HD
to Microsoft Xbox, Xbox HD, Zune, Zune HD
to Portable: Android, Black Berry, Nokia, General, PDA, Zen
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WinX, Digiarty I should say, has been consistently releasing IMHO the best video converters. They're fast, I've never seen audio sync problems, & along with many other formats, they'll handle [the dreaded] vc1 used in HD DVD & Blu Ray that can be such a huge problem.
#1: "can’t covert HD m4v files."
WinX converters work with mp4 files, depending on the actual format/encoding settings used. However the iTunes variant, m4v, may have DRM [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M4V].
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#6: "...tried opening three different .mkvs to convert into a readable format for the PS3, but crashed on all attempts ..."
Mkv is like Quicktime's mov or Windows' avi -- a container than can hold all sorts of video. For that reason it's popular in some on-line circles, but is as you've noted a PC format [or else you wouldn't be trying to convert it for your PS3] ;-). There are all sorts of free tools to extract whatever audio/video is in your mkv files [videohelp.com] -- I've had luck with MKVcleaver -- & that *often* gets your content to work with most video software. Or if you'd rather, just try an app that works with mkv -- there aren't that many so on the bright side it shouldn't take long to try. ;-) Other than those 2 options, not much you can do not knowing what's really inside your 3 mkv files, & if the files are good or not [Note: there are many players designed to work with broken video files, so having the video play is no guarantee of anything]
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#8: "crashed every time with win7 as soon as I selected AVCHD for conversion"
You *might* check your system using the free Win7DSFilterTweaker &/or CodecTweakTool or similar -- 7 can have a few video-related *issues*.
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#9: "...using high quality engine but not “force A/V sync.” converted from .mkv to .mpeg, and the sound was horribly out of sync..."
If/when you have audio problems with video that's already been re-encoded [AFAIK nothing produces mkv as an original format], it's often useful to check for VBR [Variable Bit Rate] mp3 audio, which is notoriously prone to causing problems.
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Installed fine on Win7 64bit. No problem opening files so far.
Pros: Conversion speeds very fast using 4 cores, even with deinterlacing. Converted a 60 frame interlaced file to 29.97 frame rate without problems. Down converted audio without sync loss. Can add multiple files for batch conversion. Very easy to use. Huge set of formats supported, very customizable settings for each. Nice clean interface. High quality engine (slower conversion) available.
Cons: No built in preview mode, but you can stop a conversion after a few minutes and the output file an watch it. No file analysis mode to easily see if extra setting like deinterlacing should be used. No fine tuning of H264 advance codec features for advanced users.
Conclusion: Will probably start using this over handbrake for most of my conversions if further testing goes as well as a few tests did..
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Easy, flawless install on Win7 x64. The video download capabilities is what caught my eye. Tried it on a Vimeo (which the Firefox extension doesn't like) video. Worked without a hitch. AVI end result was a little big (35M for a 2:30 video) but can probably reduce it with some tinkering of settings. All in all a nice addition to the video grab/conversion toolbox! Thanks to GAOTD and Digiarty!
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Keeping this short, WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, besides being a mouthful to say, is a very nice, portable video converter that uses H264/AVC, mpeg4, mpeg2, wmv, & DivX/Xvid as video output formats -- mp2, mp3, aac, ac3, plus "original" settings for audio -- taking up ~40MB in 31 files, 2 folders. You *might* be able to tweak whatever settings you use/need by editing the configuration files [hint: they're not named .txt but open in Notepad].
To use the app you import your video, which causes the preview window to appear. A slider at either end of the preview bar sets in/out points, & there's a snapshot button, plus you can set in/out numerically in a couple of boxes to the right of the preview. The bottom 1/2 of the window is taken up with several tabs, where you choose your output formats & set options, which are restricted according to the format tab you've chosen [understandable to help prevent you from getting into trouble, but I wish they'd add some sort of over-ride for more advanced video folk]. Below those settings you can select how many CPU cores to use, Deinterlacing, High Quality, Force A/V Sync, & a button labeled: "Effect", that brings up a popup with video preview for cropping.
Really the only complaint I have with WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe is [as above] it won't let you combine HD H264/AVC with AC3, as used on AVCHD & Blu Ray discs. That said, you can separate the audio/video tracks afterward, using your ac3 or whatever audio then, or you can use the slightly less efficient but *much* easier to work with mpg2 HD, which normally works as well if not better for Blu Ray or AVCHD discs [ignore the AVC in the name - it's a disc format], which can be burned to standard DVD blanks using the free ImgBurn -- these discs are called BD5 or BD9 depending on the disc size used.
[Note: resizing HD video from 1080p to 720p: 1) will convert faster, 2) will play on more PCs (takes less horsepower), & 3) allow an average of 1.5 hours of video on a DVD 5 disc, that burned in AVCHD or Blu Ray format, will play in most Blu Ray players, & *often* looks as good as the 1080p original... this is possible because a lot of HD is no better than up-scaled DVD quality. See videohelp.com for other tools needed]
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