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Xilisoft Video Converter for Mac is a feature-rich Mac video converter that can convert between virtually all video and audio formats. No longer will you worry about files not being compatible with your devices, Xilisoft Video Converter for Mac makes most media files playable on the iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Galaxy, Kindle, HTC One, etc.

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Any Video Converter Freeware is also a free audio CD ripper and video to audio converter which can rip audio tracks from CDs, extract audio tracks, sound or background music from videos. What's more, it supports converting audio files between different formats.

Trim video clips, crop video, rotate video, join videos into one. Add subtitles, audio tracks, watermarks, special effects. Edit video codecs, dimension, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, channel, video/audio quality, and more.

As cameras improve and can produce video at higher resolutions and quality than earlier models, there are more things to factor in when creating a video. You need to know if you absolutely require 4K video, or if smaller resolution can work for you.

If you're sharing a video of your cat doing something cute to an aunt in a different timezone using an old computer and on a slow Internet connection, you might not want to send a 4K ProRES clip of the kitty. Sure, you can play that video on your iPhone 13 Pro, but Aunt Mabel could call you up for "tech support" in that case.

There are many ways to do just that on your Mac. Here are a collection of macOS apps that can adjust your video to make it leaner in size, the perfect resolution, and in the right codec for your particular needs.

If you have no desire to download any new tools for a one-off task, or you want it done without too much fuss, there's an option already built into macOS to do that for you. Despite the name suggesting it is just for viewing videos, QuickTime Player does allow you to export them.

With a video open, you can click File then Export As to see a list of options to convert the video to. Audio Only will give you an MPEG 4 audio file with an AAC audio track, but the others showing resolutions will provide you with video.

If you go for 4K or 1080p, you'll be asked if you want to use a Greater Compatibility export in H.264, or a Smaller File Size and less compatibility with HEVC. If you're exporting a ProRES 4444 video with an alpha channel, you can even preserve the transparency within the available options.

If you start searching for video conversion tool recommendations, you're going to see Handbrake mentioned repeatedly. It is a free, open-source transcoder that provides a massive amount of flexibility in getting a file from one format into another.

Sure, the "Free" aspect gets a lot of attention, but it's an excellent tool for video conversion. In part, it's because it's extremely extensive, with it supporting a wide array of codecs and formats.

The amount of tweaking you can do in a video conversion can be overwhelming, almost as if you need a hammer but you get given access to a complete workshop. There are so many variables you can change, from the basic levels of file formats and resolution to web optimizations, filters, subtitles, chaptering, and more esoteric options.

Thankfully, Handbrake offers users a large selection of presets to configure the app before converting the video. There are even device-specific presets for certain commodity hardware, to practically guarantee the converted video will run on the thing you want to run it on.

As the name plainly suggests, you can use MacX DVD Ripper Pro to pull the video from a DVD that is inserted into a DVD drive connected to your Mac. You can make full one-to-one backups of a DVD's entire contents to an ISO image if you want to.

For this list though, there's the ability to export videos to more than 350 formats, including MOV, FLV, HEVC/H.265. You even have the option to output to specific profiles, such as making a video optimized for an iPhone or iPad display.

For converting video, it can process any video or audio file and output to all essential popular formats. This includes support for 370 input codecs and more than 420 output codecs, with added options for file size customization, bitrate, and resolution changes.

The video editing tools it provides cover various needs, including editing, cutting, trimming, resizing, and rotating and flipping videos. Downscaling and upscaling options are also available, so you can get a 720p video up to a 4K resolution if you want.

If your source video is online, there's also support to download from more than 1,000 websites, including YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. There's even support for recording your Mac or iPhone display, GIF creation, and the option to back up DVDs.

For our conversion purposes, since not everyone has the ability to play DivX-formatted films, it also has the ability to create H.264 and HEVC videos. It also has presets for iPhones and iPads so that you can convert videos to suitable MP4 versions.

The tool includes the ability to set the bitrate, to limit the video resolution and file size, and to add up to eight audio tracks and subtitles if you want. There are also queueing features, so you can set multiple files to be converted in a batch.

While Handbrake may be seen as both the standard option for video converting and a highly flexible tool, you can always go one deeper in terms of complexity. FFmpeg does so by working as a command line-based converter.

It includes many libraries to convert video from one format into another, but it can also handle other tasks as well, including audio transcoding. There are also functions available for denoising, rotation, extracting frames, adding a letterbox, stacking videos, reversing clips, and many other effects.

Be warned that it has a steep learning curve, so if you're unsure, you may want to skip this one. However, you will also find some elements connected to it are used in other open-source video projects to handle the conversion, so you might be able to use parts of it indirectly.

Best known for being a video playback app, VLC is an open-source and cross-platform tool that is routinely updated. As well as being a Swiss Army Knife for playing back content, you could also use it for conversion.

After installing it, you can open the app, click File in the menu then select Convert & Stream to bring up the relevant window. It's then a case of dragging and dropping your chosen video, selecting a profile, and selecting a destination for it.

Rather than sticking to just video, Permute 3 is a media converter that handles all sorts of content, including video, audio, and images. The conversion options are extensive, with claims it can handle nearly every popular format and with many device presets, so your final files are optimized for what you want to play them on.

You could use it for multiple video conversions at a time, but if it's not an urgent task, there's the option of scheduling video conversions to other times of the day. This frees your Mac up for other tasks while letting the conversions occur overnight and ready by the following morning, for example.

A vote for Handbrake. Whether it is transcoding an entire library of Blu-rays or compressing a phone video for email, Handbrake does a shockingly effective job. The only real choice is between encoding time and encoded size. I have just encoded Schindler's List Blu-ray. It took a full day on an M1 Mac (Handbrake is native on Apple Silicon) and resulted in an H.265 barely perceptibly different from the original but just 12% of the size. The audio options are awesome too (e.g. 5.1 -> Dolby Pro Logic in AAC at any bit rate).

This thing is insane, but it's SO DAMN expensive!This thing is like can opener from back in the 90s!This thing can take any 3D video file and do whatever!Sucks being poor and an honest person who paysfor software.??I am telling this thing is the best, as soon as it goes 100% M1 native,I gonna sell some stuff to use this for 2-3 years and then maybe I'll be done,but I won't cause it's just amazing. If you have drones, 3D cameras's insane, but not M1, but still gees and should be soon.

Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is the best and easy-to-use Blu-ray, DVD, 4K and Full HD conversion software. With it, you can easily convert any Blu-ray or DVD disc to all popular video formats like MP4, AVI, MKV, WMV, MOV, FLV, M4V, H.265/HEVC, etc., and Blu-ray/DVD ISO file or folder file is also supported. What's more, all 4K and Full HD video formats are supported to convert, such as MP4, MOV, MXF, MKV, AVI, AVCHD MTS, M2TS,TS, TiVo, etc. It's very easy to convert Blu-ray, DVD, 4K, Full HD files to portable devices or editing software like iPhone 13/12 (mini, Pro, Pro Max), iPad Pro, iPad Mini, iPad Air, Samsung Galaxy S21/S20/10, Galaxy Note 20, Google Pixel 6/6 Pro, Amazon Fire HD 10/8/7; Samsung, Sony, Panasonic, LG, Sharp, Philips, Vizio Smart TVs, other tablets and smartphones; Editng software including Final Cut Pro X, iMovie, Premiere Pro CC, DaVinci Resolve 17, Avid Media Composer, etc. You can also convert movies to other formats in order to play them with Xbox Series X, PlayStation 5, Smart TV from USB. The amazing video editing functions can help users customize the output video effect, you can trim, crop, add watermark, adjust effect, select language and audio track, add subtitle, convert 2D to 3D, replace/remove audio from video, etc.

With Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac, you can easily convert any Blu-ray/DVD disc to all popular formats on Mac, latest Blu-rays and DVDs are supported. It supports converting Blu-ray or DVD disc to video formats like MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV, M4V, FLV, etc., besides discs, it also supports Blu-ray/DVD folder and ISO file. It can also help you to extract audio files from Blu-ray, DVD and HD video files and convert to MP3, WAV, WMA, TIFF, OGG, AU, FLAC audio formats.


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