dotTech Exclusive: Free SnowFox Total Video Converter!

Picking up where we left off in May, dotTech is teaming up with yet another developer to bring dotTechies more shareware software for free! This time dotTech is working with SnowFox Software to bring everyone SnowFox Total Video Converter ($31.50 USD value) for free! (Not to mention the fact that along with this freebie dotTechies can get 50% off on SnowFox Software’s flagship product SnowFox DVD & Video Converter, a $49 USD value available for $24.50 USD for a limited time.)

Here are the features of SnowFox Total Video Converter, as per the developer:

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Here are all the input and output formats/profiles supported by SnowFox Total Video Converter, as per the developer:

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SnowFox Total Video Converter is available for free to dotTechies for one week. After one week the free registration will close, but you should be able to install the program whenever you want after you get your registration code. Furthermore, everyone will receive 6 months of free updates and lifetime free technical support. To get SnowFox Total Video Converter for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v2.1.1.0

Free updates: Yes, for 6 months

Supported OS: Windows 2000 and higher

Download size: 14 MB

Note: This promotion is available to everyone – everyone may get it for free. However, this is a promotion. Please do not copy, paste, or reprint this registration page link anywhere else including private or public forums, blogs, file hosting services, etc. If you want to spread information about this offer, you may link to this article by providing a permalink (alternative permalink) to your audience. If you respect our wishes, we will be able to continue to bring you great freebies. If you don’t, we have no incentive to continue our promotions and they may stop.

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail address you entered. There should be an e-mail from “SnowFox Support <>” with the subject of “Order SnowFox Total Video Converter”. In the e-mail you will find the download link and registration information for SnowFox Total Video Converter:

  • Download and install SnowFox Total Video Converter.
  • Run SnowFox Total Video Converter after installing it. You will be prompted to register the software. Register it with the information you received in the e-mail mentioned earlier:

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting SnowFox Total Video Converter for free, post below and I will try to help. You can also contact SnowFox support.

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  1. Giovanni

    Hey Ashraf!!

    Is this freebie better than award-winning freeware SW such as FORMAT FACTORY and iWisoft Video Converter???

    I mean can, in your view, this freebie replace the the 2 freeware converters mentioned above?

  2. jelson

    Thanx Ashraf!
    Tried the program out by converting a couple of YouTube “flv” videos to “wmv” format with resolution set to “Auto” (keep it the same size) and found it resulted in audio de-synching.  However, didn’t try any of the conversion to mobile media players which seems to be the main thrust of this application.

  3. zugshad

    Got it installed .. havent done the conversion yet as dont need to yet.. but the was just looking and comparing to the Aiseesoft one.. seems like nearly same GUI, has a lot of the same things, but this one doesnt appear to allow you to merge or crop or add effects like a watermark to the video,, also has just a few less options for conversions.. will have to test a conversion though to see how well it operates.. as it can still be pretty viable to use as a converter for the normal everyday stuff that I would use it for anyway..

  4. zugshad

    Well Bleh… i talk bout how I like the Xilisoft and Ill be damned if some how today (or earlier) it updated on me or something and my freakin registration went away and went back to a trial version :( .. tried using my key and even uninstalled and re-installed and tried key and wouldn’t take..think was due to it had to be during a time period to activate (not a GAOTD one) so its gone :(
    Uninstalled and gonna DL this and try it out.. still have WinX and Aiseesoft that work well if this fails on me.. my guess is that this is just like the Aiseesoft one and I will see after install..maybe post some comments bout it when i can

  5. Clodmore

    Thanks Ashraf for another nice gift.  I don’t have time to download it tonight, but I’ll give it a try tomorrow.  I’m looking for a good converter.  Some do great on many files, but not so good on others.  It’s probably the original file that is the problem.  I’ll keep searching and with your help will find it and have fun along the way.

  6. LA-dude

    thanks a lot Ashraf, You’re  always sharing the best with your loyal readers
    BTW I tried  Xilisoft HD 6 and quality output with two pass encoding was horrible. Encoded the same original file on one pass encoding with another video converter and got better quality output so I was very disappointed on Xilisoft HD Converter and uninstalled. But don’t believe me guys, go ahead and see it for yourself and let me know.
    Thanks again Ashraf.

  7. zugshad

    @joel: I havent DLd this, so not sure if can really compare for you, but i really like the xilisoft one..It converts really well and fast.. the only issue with Xilisoft one is that when you tell it to use all 8 cores (or max for your machine) it really puts the load on.. though, i can live with that as this one has not failed me yet on conversions where WinX has.. Xilisoft and WinX are both great and fast, but WinX has failed to convert for me some times, or if i do a batch, it will do some then the program will fail.. but when i use all 8 cores with WinX, it doesnt put as much strain on the system as Xili does.. i tend to keep both

    Though, from reading this.. this looks nearly identical to the Aiseesoft Total Video converter.. wonder if sharing same engines and what not.. both ahve the trim/crop and what not abilities.. have that one as well.. not sure i really need a 4th/5th converter :D but it is great offer and thanks to Ashraf for the hookup for those that may need


  8. Lascannon

    @joel: So far… they don’t have conversion for DSi format… and Wii Format… I just realized. That’s all I found so far. But I’m guessing it doesn’t matter that much. Besides, I forgot that you can’t watch videos on DSi anyways… -_-”

    …and Xilisoft has a bit more this and that included into their program. Go check it out if you like…

  9. Lascannon

    No Nintendo DS conversion? No thank you… Xilisoft HD Video 6 has way more features than this one… besides, their key is still available for everyone; just visit their Twitter.