Unrivalled versatile: Converting digital videos with DVR Converter 3.0
The efficient, small - big conversion assistant for video friends who like recording TV programs, movies and family celebrations, is available in a new version.
Those who record videos digitally know: there is no one standard for all types of recording. DVD recorders have their own format just like satellite receivers, digital cameras, camcorders, hard disk recorders and PC-TV-cards - and if you are unlucky even in a provider-specific variation. When using several recording devices you are therefore quickly confronted with a confusing hotchpotch of various file formats: MPEG, MPG, TS, MOD, TOD, VOR, DVR, PVR, MTS, M2TS, TP0, TRP and so on.
Sole common denominator: none of these formats can be played on another player than the recording device so that the utilization of recorded videos is tightly restricted. So tightly, that it is practically impossible to watch a recorded football match the next day on a portable player on the beach.
Professional support comes from the DVR converter in its third version. On basis of carefully elaborated profiles the program converts all mentioned formats into common standards for further use, among them DivX- and Xvid-AVI for playback on DVD/MPEG-4-players and portable multimedia devices as well as MP4 to be played on Sony's PSP and PS3 and Apple's i-series from iPod to Apple-TV. Other target formats are Microsoft's WMV and MPEG-2, the basis of DVD videos.
Convert videos fully automatically by means of profiles
With DVR Converter 3.0 the video buff easily converts recordings of more than 70 device series of most different manufacturers like Comag, Dreambox, Humax, Samsung, Sony and Pinnacle to for example DivX or H.264. Even high-definition material does not pose a problem - whether as input- or as output format. And conversion is carried out as fully automatically as possible. Even the aspect ratio is adjusted to the target device while integrated filters in the background guarantee that neither enlargement nor reduction result in the often poorer image quality. The question is whether it was ever easier to process videos for further use in a comparably excellent quality.
Prices and availability
DVR Converter 3.0 is available as of now under http://www.engelmann.com for 29.99 Euro. A fully functional demo version without restrictions or watermarking is also available for download.
Made on 11.03.2011
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