Miro Video Converter 3.0

Miro Video Converter is an open source video conversion utility. The goal of Miro Video Converter is to give people an easy, fast, and intuitive way to convert videos. Most video converters out there have dozens of baffling settings about how to encode the video. Miro Video Converter is all about trying to do less- it has virtually no features. Just pick your file and choose what format or device you want to convert it to. The program has a truly easy-to-use interface. Users can drag a video file into the program's window or use the browse tool to navigate to a file. It supports all popular mobile and multimedia devices, including but not limited to, Apple iPhone, Motorola Droid, Sony PSP, Google G1, HTC Hero, HTC Magic, Google Nexus One, and HTC Desire. All in all, it is one awesome little utility to quickly convert both small and large videos for various devices. The settings are optimized for every device, thus making it one of the few apps out there which are novice-friendly. This free conversion tool can convert just about any video format to Ogg Theora, H.264/MP4 and Flash video files (.flv). It also works with DivX/AVI, MOV, Windows Media and MKV, among others. Miro Video Converter use FFMPEG and FFMPEG2Theora to convert videos into the desired formats.

Miro Video Converter Screenshot

Miro Video Converter Interface

Latest version: 3.0 (06 Nov 2012)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7
Download: MiroConverterSetup.exe (12.9 MB)

See also:
Any Video Converter
Rad Video Tools
Format Factory
Eusing Free Video Converter

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