ImTOO Video Converter Platinum

ImTOO Video Converter Platinum 7.8

It can convert between nearly all HD/SD format videos.
 
7.8 (See all)

ImTOO Video Converter Platinum is a versatile piece of software which supports over 150 video formats and can convert between nearly all HD/SD format videos. It is an all-in-one utility that can be used to convert video, extract audio from videos, convert popular audio files, turn pictures into videos, and vice versa.

The HD videos that can be converted are, among others, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, AVCHD (*.m2ts, *.mts), MPEG-4 TS HD, MPEG-2 HD, MPEG-2 TS HD, WMV HD, Quick Time HD or AVI HD. And, as far as the SD videos are concerned, they include: AVI, WMV, MPEG, MP4, MOV, H.264, or FLV. In terms of audio, it allows conversion between all popular audio files such MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV, APE, CDA, OGG, CUE, and so on. And it does all this at a very fast conversion speed simultaneously with batch processing and multithreading. The program is provided with optimized conversion profiles for all popular multimedia devices, including the iPod, Apple TV, iPhone, PS3, PSP, BlackBerry, Zune, iRiver, Archos, Creative Zen Vision, and Xbox.

Another useful function is that of video editor. Among other things, you can crop the video frame to retain what you want, adjust or add video effects, add watermarks to label your video and add audio track to your video. In addition, it is a video clipper and merger: you can clip segments from video and optionally merge them together afterward or you can merge several video clips together with transitions inserted.

This Platinum edition is smart enough to make an analysis of the picture formats, allowing you to auto rotate or overturn them. Another plus is the fact that it enables not only the preview of the source video, but also of the clipped video segments.

Robert Vince
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Review summary

Pros

  • The software has a user-friendly interface which is available in English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese

Cons

  • None
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