The developers of the video player Miro have created a new software program to convert videos. Miro Video Converter is an easy to use program that can convert most video formats into mp4, ogg Theora or formats that are supported by specific phones or mobile devices.
The biggest advantage of the video converter is its ease of use. All it takes to convert a video is to drag and drop it into the program’s interface or use the file browser to pick one, select the output format for the video and click the convert button.
That means it is possible to convert a video in two or three steps.
Advanced users will definitely miss options to change video parameters or to queue videos for batch processing but that’s probably not what the program has been designed for in first place.
It would still add value to the software if the developer’s would add those “advanced” options to their program to make it usable for additional usage situations.
Miro Video Converter will automatically convert the video into the correct sizes and formats if one of the supported phones or devices are selected. Supported are amongst others the iPhone, iPod Touch, Classic and Nano, PSP, G1, HTC Hero, Droid / Milestone, Nexus one, Cliq and Droid Eris.
The video converter is using FFMPEG and FFMPEG2Theora to convert the videos into the desired formats.
Miro Video Converter is available for Windows and Mac operating systems. The developer’s have made available the source code of the application as well.
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