After not being too satisfied with the performance of VSO’s ConvertXtoDVD, I had no other choice but to “continue on the search journey” so to speak – that is, looking for a program that will convert all those movies, clips and whatnot to other desired formats.
Exactly which formats are WinAVI capable of converting to you say? Well, firstly, there’s the ability to convert to DVD – which is exactly what you’d usually see me doing in order to have tons of clips that are hanging around my computer switch on over to the convenience of none other than a DVD, thus being able to watch them wherever there happens to be a DVD player (portable, home… you name it). Ever since I started using this program back in the summer time of last year, I’ve been nothing but impressed due to what it’s able to do – and not just that, it also gives off a lasting impression by converting files in a quick manner. And when I say this, I’m talking about having this done from a computer that can only do so much as far as “performance” – that being one for which has 256 megabytes (otherwise known as MBs) of RAM (Random Access Memory in case you aren’t aware) and a whooping 30 gigabytes (GB) of hard drive space.
As far as WinAVI’s capabilities, there’s the ability to convert from and to MPEG/MPG, WMV, VOB, RM, VCD/SVCD, ASF, SWF, and the ever-so-popular one, AVI. Oh, and in addition to that, there’s the convenience of burning VCD/SVCD/DVD directly from none other than WinAVI (which one may tend to do right when conversions are finished). One can’t help but to feel satisfied as a result, therefore finding themselves in a situation wherein they KNOW they have stumbled across a program that every user that’s looking to “experience” file conversions shouldn’t be without.