Easily convert multimedia files; now supports 2D to 3D
Nowadays, the popularity and demand of portable devices like iPod, iPhone, PSP, etc. among gadget lovers is rising with every passing day. However, these devices do not support audios and videos in all formats. For instance, MOV file is not supported by iPhone, iPad, etc. That does not imply MOV files cannot be played in these gadgets; the only thing required is converting these files into some other format like MPEG, etc. and then playing in these devices.
MOV is a format used by QuickTime wrapped file. The format is used for storing movie along with sound. Some people face problems while playing MOV files, so it is advised to change the file format to MPEG with the help of ArcSoft MediaConverter.
MPEG is one of the most popular formats of compressing data of audio and video files into bit stream tokens. These compressions allow data to get fitted into smaller storage areas. MediaConverter not only convert MOV files into MPEG, but also converts MPEG to MOV. The converter also supports various other formats like AVI, FLV, VOB, etc. The process of conversion is also simple and easy to perform. Before that, the step required is to download, install and run MediaConverter into your computer system.
Process of converting MOV to MPEG
Open the converter's main program and select "Video" option. From video option, provide input to the software by choosing MOV as input file.
Click on , present on the upper-right corner. Because a file needs to convert from MOV to MPEG, therefore MPEG1 or MPEG2 would be selected as output.
Click on button to initiate the conversion process. With a fraction of seconds, the conversion process will start and a status box will keep displaying the converted status. When the file gets converted completely, it will display message as "Finished"
In the bottom, on the right hand side, there is a button. By clicking on this, setting box will open.
By clicking on "New Profile", a new status box will open in parallel.
In this box, required settings can be made by users with respect to audio and video resolution, FPS, constant quantizer and maximum resolution.