iCoolsoft Total Media Converter for Mac

iCoolsoft Total Media Converter for Mac 5.0

convert any DVD/Video to MPEG, AVI, MOV, FLV, SWF, MP3, AAC, WMV, WAV, etc.
 
5.0.6 (See all)

Total Media Converter for Mac here is specially designed for the Mac users. It is super powerful and professional and it also functions as the DVD converter and video converter. At the same time, you are able to use it as YouTube media converter, Mac audio media converter, and all-around Mac video converter.

With this powerful Total Media Converter for Mac, many popular video and audio formats including MPEG, AVI, MOV, FLV, SWF, MP3, AAC, WMV, WAV, etc can be successfully supported. What is more important is that this Total Media Converter for Mac could enable you to edit the files by adjusting output file effect, trimming any time-length clips, cropping video play region, adding watermark and so on. You will get your favorite segment as you want. Moreover this Total Media Converter for Mac still allows you to merge your clips into one.

Besides what we mention above, there are more outstanding functions for the Mac users. And the software is easy to use and simple for you to operate. You are welcome to download and have a try!

Key Features of Total Media Converter for Mac
Specify output parameters
You are able to adjust the files like set video Encoder, Frame Rate, and Video Bitrate to get customized video quality. Set Audio Encoder, Sample Rate, Channel, and Audio Bitrate. For Resolution, you can input your own one. The well-customized settings can be saved as user-defined for your later use and apply to all the files.
Merge and preview the files
The software allows the Mac users to merge selected file clips and DVD contents into one file. And you are able to take snapshot of the videos.
Convert DVD for Mac users
DVD can be ripped to any video and audio formats such as AVI, MPEG, WMV, MP4, RM, MOV, 3GP, VOB, FLV, MP3, WMA, etc and HD video by the comprehensive Total Media Converter for Mac.
Convert between all video/audio formats

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