[Windows] Convert video files between popular formats with Eusing Free Video ConverterDecember 24, 2012 3 Email article | Print article
Video converters are extremely useful in this day and age. After all, we all have about 100 devices that can play videos, and about 99 of those all play videos in a different format. So the videos you have on your computer probably won’t work on another device…unless you convert it to another format. Eusing Free Video Converter is just such a program, which can convert videos to popular formats that will play on other devices like iPads, iPhones, MP4 Players, and more.
WHAT IS IT AND WHAT DOES IT DO
Eusing Free Video Converter is a completely free program that you can use to convert your videos into different formats that can play on other devices. Typically, you would use this program to convert videos into formats that will run on other devices, like Zune, iPad, iPod, PSP, MP4 Players, mobile phones, and more.
- Offers pre-set profiles for easy conversion
- Profiles for the following devices supported: General Audio, General Video, 3GP Video, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, AVI, BlackBerry, Creative Zen, DV, DVD, Flash Video Movie (FLV), Google Android, MP4 Mobile, Nokia, Palm, Quicktime, ShockwaveFlash, Sony Bravia, PS3, PSP, Walkman, VCD, and WMV
- Also supports manual conversion for products not listed
- Easy on computer resources
- Conversion time was a little slower than I would have liked to have seen
- Ugly interface
Right out of the gate, you can tell that Eusing Free Video Converter is nothing pretty to look at. The program is free, but they did not go out of their way to make it look nice. Of course, I really don’t care about the looks of a program, as long as it works well. The good news is, Eusing Free Video Converter seemed to work well enough.
I was able to convert my videos into many popular formats. The videos I converted were tested on multiple devices. I tried them on my Android phone, MP4 Player and my Nintendo 3DS (we will get to that in a minute). The first two devices worked without problem, but getting things to run on the 3DS was a bit trickier. See, the 3DS is not a supported device in their profile. That is because the 3DS is not known for running videos…but that is why I wanted to try it.
The Nintendo 3DS has the ability to play videos because it can take video. The problem is finding out what format to run the videos in. After locating that information online, I was able to plug it into Eusing Free Video Converter, and it created the video. I was skeptical at first, but after placing it on the SD card of my 3Ds it ran without a problem.
This program does not offer much besides the ability to convert videos (e.g. basic video editing). However, it does that so well it does not need to do a lot of other fancy tricks. This is just a well-rounded video converter and perfect for people who are looking for such a tool.
CONCLUSION AND DOWNLOAD LINK
I recommend Eusing Free Video Converter for anyone that is looking to convert their videos into other formats. Although it does not offer any other features (such as no basic video editing), it does its main job shockingly well. The fact that it allows you to manually set up a video conversion is the reason why it gets my support. With this setup, you can literally get videos playing on just about any device.
Version reviewed: 1.6
Supported OS: Windows NT / 98 / Me / 2000 / XP / 2003 / Vista / 2008 / 7 / 8
Download size: 4.08MB
VirusTotal malware scan results: 0/45
Is it portable? Yes