The Miro Video Converter is used to convert video into correct formats and sizes which are in sync with the requirements of iPods, phones and other media players. The program supports a large number of video formats along with certain oddball ones to deliver optimized video which can run both on Android and iOS devices as well as Kindle Fire.
On launching the Miro Video Converter, you will be greeted by a dark and empty interface containing explanatory text in regards to dragging videos to a certain place, choosing files and much more. After you have added at least one video, the interface buttons located at the screen bottom become activated. The output format can be chosen from the pop-up menu after which the video quality, size and codec settings are twined in accordance with the selected device or platform.
The settings cannot be controlled manually and the settings icon located on right side of the window only brings up the controls which can be exercised over the conversion process. The video conversion process can prove to be a lengthy affair especially if the videos are of bulky stature. Once the conversion drill is completed, you can locate the resultant files in the expected location although the source files remain untouched.
- Renders better control over aspect ratio and output size.
- Thumbnail generation.
- Batch processing.
- Improved WebM output quality having both HD and SD options.
- Supports a wide array of output formats such as FLV, MP4, AVI etc.
- Incredible user interface.
- Fast conversions.