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[Windows] Leawo Video Converter supports over a dozen input and output video and audio formats
Posted By dotTech Staff On April 1, 2013 @ 12:00 AM In Windows | 4 Comments
dotTech has a review on best free video and audio converter for Windows , so I’m guessing most dotTechies already have a video/audio converter they regularly use. However, if you are still in the market for a video/audio converter, Leawo Video Converter wants your business. Let’s see if it is worth your time.
Leawo Video Converter converts video and audio files to other formats.
This is 2013 and in 2013 video and audio converting is no longer an art — it is a science. In today’s world, there are dime a dozen top quality video converters. Leawo Video Converter is part of that group; it is a good video converter with good features, support for many input/output formats, output profiles specific to modern electronic devices, and is easy to use. There really isn’t much else to say about Leawo Video Converter: it is just like most other video converters out there.
If I were to nitpick, I’d say probably the biggest drawback to Leawo Video Converter comes in the form of batch processing. When batch processing, many rival video/audio converters allow users to customize output format and settings for each input file individually. Leawo Video Converter does not allow that — all input files must be converted to the same output format with the same output settings.
Aside from that… I have nothing really else to say about Leawo Video Converter. If you have seen one video/audio converter, you have pretty much seen them all.
This has got to be one of the shortest discussions I have ever written.
Leawo Video Converter is a good program. It does what it claims and does it well; there isn’t anything majorly wrong with the program. However, I don’t recommend Leawo Video Converter for one simple reason: it provides no unique or value-added features that you would not get in a freeware video converter (aside from 2D -> 3D video conversions, which is more a gimmick than useful anyway). So why pay $29.95 for Leawo Video Converter when you can grab the likes of freeware Video to Video Converter  (portable), freeware FormatFactory , and freeware Freemake Video Converter ? I see no compelling reason for anyone to give their hard-earned cash to Leawo when they can get the same functionality for free.
If you can think of a reason to get Leawo Video Converter over a freeware converter, share with us in the comments below. Until then, my recommendation for everyone that does not yet have a video/audio converter is to read dotTech’s review on best free video and audio converters for Windows .
Version reviewed: 220.127.116.11
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8
Download size: 34.2 MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: Too large to scan on VirusTotal
Is it portable? No
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 best free video and audio converter for Windows: http://dottech.org/97790/windows-best-free-video-and-audio-converter-program-review/
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