DVD to iPhone Converter
iPhone converter is absolutely necessary for every iPhone users enjoying movies or video. Many popular video formats as AVI, FLV can not directly play with iPhone player, but with an appropriate iPhone video converter, that is not a problem. So, what kind of iPhone video converter is properly for you?
It should support most popular video formats
Every day, many great videos come out from internet, they are different video formats probably, after you download them, you won't expect that some of them can not be converted into your iPhone.
Fast converting speed and stable
Nobody like waiting hours when convert videos taking countless time, a fast iPhone converter could save you a lot of time. If the converting process is smoothly, that will be much better.
Basically, a common iPhone converter aside from supporting users convert different formats video to iPhone, still offering more functions to design by themselves, such as video splitting, extract audio into MP3.
Good video/audio quality
Good converted video/audio quality is indispensable for every iPhone fans choosing iPhone converter.
Usually a good iPhone converter is not cheap, and nearly no free. But, if there is, we don't have any reason to refuse.
Integrated the descriptions above, there is a 100% free iPhone converter named as WinX iPhone Video Converter is suitable for choosing as your iPhone video converter.
WinX iPhone Video Converter is a free iPhone video converter that converts video files, YouTube videos, movies into iPhone video formats so that you can play them on your iPhone. This software can convert all types of video files (avi, flv, vob, mpeg, DivX, XviD, wmv, rmvb, YouTube, etc.) into proper iPhone video format (iPhone MPEG-4, H.264, AVC).
WinX iPhone Video Converter offers stunning high converting speed, up to 300% - 500% real time. Applies excellent video/audio quality, without any video degradation after converting. This free iPhone converter combines practical functions and features including easy video splitting, extract audio into MP3 music file, fully control output video/audio quality and image size, all parameters adjustable.
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This guide is designed to help you convert DVD videos to MP4 for iPhone/iPod/Apple-TV so that you can enjoy and share your favorite DVD movies as you like.
Step 1. Add file
After install this iPhone video converter, click button from the interface to add the video which you want to convert.
Step 2. Select output format
Choose one or more files in the file list, click Profile drop-down button, select an output format for selected files in the drop down list that opens.
Step 3. Set output folder.
Click button in setting panel, select a destination folder in the dialog box that opens, and click OK.
Step 4.Convert file.
After finishing the above settings, check the files needed to convert in the file list, and click Convert button on the main interface, to start converting the files. You can view the conversion progress from the progress bar at the bottom of the window.
Download Free iPhone Video Converter
You can download this free iPhone video converter to enjoy DVD movies on your iPhone right away.
It support converting all popular video formats to iPhone, iPod + touch, Apple TV video formats.
Totally DVD to PSP converter. Rip and convert DVD to PSP MP4 video, PSP AVC video perfectly.
Absolutely PSP converter. WinX PSP Video Converter can convert video of all formats to PSP formats.
I am a user of your fantastic software. For the first time of my life, it is easy to convert my commercials movies to iTunes! I recommend it to my friends who has a mobile device. I try convert a movie called "Bolt", from Walt Disney. I know that those movies are well protects, but normaly, it run.
Olivier - June 29nd, 2009