MediaConverter 7.5
MediaConverter 7.5 Easily convert multimedia files; now supports 2D to 3D All Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000...    |   100% Clean, No Spyware, No Viruses.
  • Convert video, audio and photos to popular formats
  • Rip audio from DVD/AVCHD and transfer to device
  • Convert 2D video and photo into 3D formats
  • One click to download, convert and transfer video to device
  • Easy-to-use video editing functions
  • Preview and export videos with subtitles
Overview » What's New

Supports converting 2D videos & photos to 3D

With ArcSoft Sim3D™, you can easily drag and drop 2D videos and photos into MediaConverter 7.5 and choose a 3D output format to convert 2D multimedia files to 3D.


Simple video editor

Perfect the video before transfer perform a quick trim, adjust video speed, enhance video with dynamic-lighting or de-noise options, apply video effects and so on.


Comprehensive audio controls and selection

Increase audio volume up to 5X with Automatic Gain Control (AGC). Adjust the converted music and video to the same volume level with Audio Normalization. Select the sound track that you want for a video file while playing or converting. AVI, MKV, VOB files are supported.


High speed conversion with supports of CPU cores control

Supports Intel® Quick Sync Video technology on Intel's 2nd generation Core Processor- Sandy Bridge to accelerate file conversion speed and convert batch videos in minutes.

What our customers say!
"It gives you awesome visual and audio experience, and very easy to use"

by 11PR17 on December 1, 2010

"ArcSoft MediaConverter aims to be really easy to use! Simply drag the file you want into the main interface, pick your device and hit Start. There are lots of device profiles to choose, from iPods to YouTube and PSP to the Wii..."

by Jon Riggall

ArcSoft has been hard at work since I last reviewed MediaConverter, adding new codecs to the mix and even adding the ability to convert standard video and images to 3D video and jpeg. It supports both anaglyph (for those cheesy red and blue goggles) and dual stream for the shuttered glasses used by PC 3D systems.

by Jon L. Jacobi from PC World on 11 September 10

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