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Freemake Video Converter is a very easy All-In-One converter. Convert video between formats (AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, SWF, 3GP, MPEG, FLV, M2TS, WebM, OGG), create custom presets, cut, rotate, convert to devices, rip & burn DVD, and upload to YouTube. Embed/burn in subtitles with custom font and size. CUDA support. Requires .NET Framework. NOTE Freemake Video Converter will add a logo to the end for videos longer than 5 minuters. ADWARE ALERT! The installation contains optional adware like software suggestions, browser toolbars, etc. Full description.

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Version history / Release notes / Changelog:
4.1.4.4
August 11, 2014

Digital signature updated. Please reinstall Freemake products to continue using Freemake software with extra safety.


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All features / Full description:
Freemake Video Converter accepts virtually any video file you can dream of as an input: AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MPG, 3GP, 3G2, SWF, FLV, TOD, AVCHD, MOV, DV, RM, QT, TS, MTS, M2TS, Blu-ray and many more. Import music (MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV), and photos (JPG, BMP, PNG,GIF) to turn them into video.

Convert to iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, PS3, Android
Optimize videos for Apple, Sony, and Android devices. Convert videos to iPod Classic, iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod 5G, iPhone, iPad, Sony PSP, PS2, PS3, BlackBerry, Xbox, Apple TV, Android mobile devices, smartphones, etc.

Output to AVI, WMV, MP4, MKV, SWF, MPG, 3GP, , FLV
Convert video to the most popular video formats. Rip unprotected DVDs. Use Freemake Video Converter as AVI converter or 3GP converter. Convert video and audio files to MP3 with our free video converter.

200+ Input Formats

Input any video files: AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MPG, 3GP, 3G2, SWF, FLV, TOD, AVCHD, MOV, DV, RM, QT, TS, MTS, etc. Import music (MP3, AAC, WMA, WAV), and photos (JPG, BMP, PNG,GIF) to turn them into video free and easily! All supported formats


Convert Online Videos to MP3

Freemake is the only free video converter that rips online videos through direct URL copypaste from YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, Dailymotion, LiveLeak, 50 more sites. Download YouTube to iTunes. Convert video to MP3 or any format. All supported sites

Output to AVI, MP4, MKV, FLV, 3GP, MP3, HTML5

Convert video free to the most popular video formats. Rip DVD movie (unprotected) to AVI, WMV, MP4, MPEG, MKV, FLV, SWF, 3GP. Convert video to Flash and embed it directly to your web page. Create HTML5 video (Ogg, WebM, H.264) for modern web browsers.

Convert Free to iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, Android

Optimize videos for Apple, Sony, and Android devices. Convert videos free to iPod Classic, iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod 5G, iPhone, iPad, Sony PSP, PS2, PS3, PS Vita, BlackBerry, Samsung, Nokia, Xbox, Apple TV, Android mobile devices, smartphones, etc.

Fastest Video Converter with CUDA and DXVA

Freemake is the only free video converter that features integrated both CUDA and DXVA technologies for the fastest ever video conversion and less CPU usage. The software automatically detects the optimal conversion parameters and switches on/off CUDA and DXVA for better conversion results.

Burn Blu-ray Video

Convert your movies to video Blu-ray format and burn high-quality BDs for free. Create Blu-ray discs out of any input content: video, audio, photos, URLs. Burn multiple Blu-ray copies and save the resulted Blu-ray video to HDD as an ISO image or Blu-ray folder.

Unique! Burn DVD - up to 40 hours!

Unlike other software, our free video converter doesn't have a two-hour limit and can burn DVD video up to 20h to a Standard DVD or 40h to DVD-DL. With our free video converter, you can make multiple DVD copies and save the output DVD video to your PC as an ISO image or DVD folder.

Free Video Converter with Subtitles Support

Convert DVD, MKV, MOV with embedded subtitles to any video format or device for free. Add SSA/SRT/ASS external subtitles to any video with our free video converter.

Advanced Preset Editor

Take total control of the output result by customizing conversion parameters. Create your own preset by establishing video and audio codecs, frame size, etc. Choose an icon, and save you custom preset for further usage with our free video converter.

Unique! Upload Photos and MP3 to YouTube

Upload videos, photo slideshows, MP3 to YouTube with our free video converter. Upload AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP, JPG, BMP, GIF, MP3 to YouTube. The program will cut videos (if required) into 15-minute parts and insert them into one YouTube playlist.

Make Slideshows and Visualizations

Turn photos and MP3 into slideshows with background music for free. Edit your slideshow: add, delete, and shuffle photos, enable panorama effect. Create music visualizations and upload photos to YouTube for free!

Cut, Join, Rotate, Limit size, Adjust to aspect ratio

Cut video parts from your file. Flip or rotate video. Join several videos into one file, add transitions between parts. Fit the output file size to any limit (e.g. 700 Mb, 1.4 Gb, 4.7 Gb), adjust to aspect ratio: add black bars, stretch, zoom, auto-adjust.


Alternative to Freemake Video Converter:
FFCoder
Format Factory
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MediaCoder
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SUPER
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TX264
VidCoder
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WinFF
XMedia Recode
XviD4PSP



Guides and How to's:
How to easily convert everything to anything with burned in subtitles - Read
How to easily convert your video to Flash FLV H264 and host on your site - Read
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The last post is quite interesting. I found a bit more information: "About Ellora Assets Corp.
Ellora Assets Corp. (http://www.freemake.com) is a fast growing IT company with divisions in the USA and Russian Federation." Source: http://business.argylenews.com/press_release.aspx ... ideo-11553

By the way, if anyone wants co contact Elena Vakhromova directly, here's some contact info:
Elena Vakhromova, PR Manager, Ellora Assets Corporation, email: pr@freemake.com, phone: +13235453897

(Source: http://www.computercurrents.com/en/home/183-softw ... logy.html)



Posted August 24, 2011 by . Tool version 0.0.0 using OS WinXP
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@y0himba

You are not alone. As you said Ellora Assets Corporation is located in Seychelles. Some facts:

1. Even is Ellora Assets Corporation claims to be in Seychelles but the HQ are located in LA.
2. The developers are RUSSIAN.
3. Ellora Assets Corporation statement: Freemake.com project is financed by a private sponsor who wants to deliver quality software to the world market.
4. Elena Vakhromova is their PR:
http://labs.mirror.me/googleplus/101812110339980409519
http://twitter.com/#!/_elv_
https://plus.google.com/101812110339980409519/plusones
http://www.quora.com/Elena-Vakhromova
http://www.linkedin.com/in/elenavakhromova

Who is the mysterious private sponsor? Another russian who needs to collect our computer data through freemakeutilsservice.exe? That's why all Freemake products are free?



Posted August 23, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.3.1 using OS Windows 7
Ease of use - of 10 Functionality - of 10 Value for money - of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


From Facebook:

Hi everybody,

as promised yersterday we released an update with the fix of all found issues related to FreemakeUtilsService.

1. Now FreemakeUtilService which aroused so much concern is installed only upon user's permission who wants to help improve Freemake. The bug with the running service was fixed.
2. The service is uninstalled if software is uninstalled, no files are left. This was fixed too.
3. If the service was installed with the previous software version, a user can opt out in the new version. In this case the service will be automatically removed from PC.

Here to avoid confusion brought by some people we'd like to stress once again that the service didn't send before and doesn't send now any data if a user opted out.

The only function of the aforementioned service is to collect our software usage stats which will allow us to improve Freemake further, to your benefit. In case of a crash report a user is asked an additional permission to send a report through dedicated message window.

If permitted, the service runs when a user is online to synchronyze with our server for best time to send crash reports and usage stats. This is done to avoid our server time overload.

A user is given full information about the service via a link to a webpage during software installation.



Posted July 25, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS Windows 7
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They have removed the majority of my posts on Facebook with test result and concerns over the service. They are trying to make folks think I am a "competitor", although I drive a bus.

Further concerns, I just looked on their website, and was a bit concerned to see the bottom:

Quote
2010-2011 Ellora Assets Corporation. Privacy policy Terms of use.

That's exactly what the footer has on it. Or, in case the obviousness is lost in the quote: there are no actual links. I didn't see any such pages by browsing to other pages either.

More concerning even is their Wikipedia page, which has a section about a licensing controversy:

Quote
FFmpeg has added Freemake Video Converter to its Hall of Shame. An issue tracker entry for this product, opened on 16 December 2010, says it is in violation of GNU General Public License as it is distributing components of FFmpeg project without including due credit. Ellora Assets Corporation has not responded yet.

In other words, you are dealing with a company that (despite all of the 'social media buttons' on its front page) lacks the capacity to communicate and/or doesn't give a crap about licenses. It is probably a single individual running this entire site, but even if that isn't the case they operate under the guise of a company. As such they should be held to the standards of one. Throw in the fact that they censor the social media stuff about that service, and little remains to trust them with.



Posted July 24, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS Windows 7
Ease of use - of 10 Functionality - of 10 Value for money - of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


Just to add to previous postings, there is quite a heated discussion on the freemake facebook page about this issue. Freemake is defending themselves saying it's all innocent, and plan to release another version soon that resolves these issues & make everyone happy. We shall wait & see??


Posted July 24, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS WinXP
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Hmmm, the more I look, the more interesting this becomes.

As mentioned in my previous post, parts of the the "Freemake" folder can be deleted (once the "utilities service" is stopped), and the program still works. HOWEVER, when you uninstall the program, this folder is NOT removed!!!

Something else was brought to my attention here
-> http://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/freemake.com?page=2
If you look at the very last post, it mentions a trojan and a worm.

The two files mentioned are found in a rather bland looking folder called "COM" that the program installs OUTSIDE the installation folder. It contains, among other things, the dvd burning component and some other stuff.

Interestingly, you can delete the two .exe files in the folder, and the program still starts up - though I assume it won't burn any dvds. However, if you delete FMMediaUtils.dll or FMVideoConverterLib.dll the program crashes. I guess I can understand the second one causing problems, but the "utils" thing, which the poster before me alluded to, really does make me wonder.

Anyway, I've now followed his lead and have removed the program - again. If you decide to do the same, run regedit and remove the Freemake entries by hand; the uninstall routine doesn't do it.



Posted July 24, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS WinXP
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Here are a couple of solutions for the issue mentioned by the last poster.

To prevent "freemakeutilsservice.exe" from starting when you boot up your machine, use a program like Autoruns (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963902) to find the registry entry and uncheck it.

Another, more drastic, approach is the one I took: You simply delete the ENTIRE Freemake folder that the program installs to your "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\" folder (at least that's what happens in XP). It includes the Utility and a couple other components.

As far as my testing has shown, part of the folder is rebuilt when you run the program, but not the "Utility" component. The program itself appears to work fine without the "Utility Service", though I don't know what would happen if you encountered a crash.

My fundamental suspicion, however, remains unmitigated.



Posted July 23, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS WinXP
Ease of use - of 10 Functionality - of 10 Value for money - of 10 Overall score 5 of 10


I have said nice things about this software before, but I've just noticed "freemakeutilsservice.exe" in my task manager. It loads up automatically, even when Freemake is not running. The official excuse is "it is used to send crash reports", but why is it running when I'm not even using Freemake? With regrets I am uninstalling this until the developers come clean about this.


Posted July 22, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.1.0 using OS WinXP
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Although I remain a cynic about the company and its motives (but that's my problem, not theirs), I have to be fair and confess that I was stuck this morning and this program saved me.

It installs fast, is easy as pie to use, and - at least in this case - does what it promises.

I just can't help wondering why it's free ;-)

Anyway, my thanks to Freemake.



Posted July 20, 2011 by . Tool version 2.3.0.1 using OS WinXP
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FFMpeg had listed Ellora Assets Corporation in there "Hall of Shame", FFMpeg says it is in violation of GNU General Public License as it is distributing components of FFmpeg project without including due credit. Ellora Assets Corporation has not responded yet. Whatever way this goes down, as a user, I have to give the software a solid 10 across the board. As I previously stated, the company cannot be any worse than say Microsoft or Apple, two companies which spend a great deal of time and money on attorneys.


Posted June 24, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.08 using OS Windows 7
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You do raise a good point... I have ALWAYS trusted "tools" posted at videohelp.com! But that's under the presumption that Baldrick filters all the software that comes his way with stringent anti-virus scanning etc... Is this really the case? Does Baldrick check everything that comes through to his "Tools" list? I hope so. Having said that, I like Freemake Video Converter, and I use the "visualisation" stuff quite often, it's great!


Posted June 23, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.0.8 using OS WinXP
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"... they can't be any worse than the known entities like Microsoft and Apple ..."

With all due respect to the person who made the previous comment, I'm afraid I don't see the comparison at all. The two companies mentioned are gigantic and super rich. Of course both also provide lots of reasons for not liking them.

Mentioning Ellora Assets Corporation in the same breath as either, though, is like comparing any of the unknown musicians on YouTube - many of whom are admittedly very talented - with the stars whose works they cover.

If it makes and difference, I apologize here and now to Ellora Assets Corporation for "sentencing them without a trial". Having said that, I stay by my contention that any company that puts on such a big show of altruism - especially one whose name contains the words "Assets Corporation" - deserves to be met with some skepticism.

I guess I'd compare them more with DVDVideoSoft Limited, but even the latter is a bit more transparent in regard to its business model. By the way, I don't use their products either.



Posted June 23, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.0.7 using OS WinXP
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It's free, it all works, it has yet to choke on any video I've converted, or any video I've extracted audio from. I really like shockwave flash function that builds script code for my web pages. It's really a superb piece of software, frequently updated to stay with current technologies. I don't know a thing about the Company, but they can't be any worse than the known entities like Microsoft and Apple, which don't offer anything like it for free.


Posted June 22, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.08 using OS Windows 7
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I guess I'm paranoid, but I've dumped this program because I simply can't warm up to the developers, Ellora Assets Corporation. They're located in the Seychelles (maybe I'm jealous) and don't say a word about themselves except that they're committed to free software. A Google search reveals that they keep their cards held very close to their chests.

I guess what made me suspicious is that after a relatively long period of stagnation, they've come out with three updates in a matter of days/weeks.

Seems like a simple trick: a nice, free program - update one, cool, update two, no problem, ... update seven ... I won't even check it with my anti-virus program ... bingo, gotcha'.

I'll repeat, "I guess I'm paranoid, but ...".

If anyone can find out anything about the company, please post it. Thanks.

JG
Berlin





Posted June 22, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.0.7 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


Not bad. It encoder very good,and high speed. Some filter like crop, shar, denoise and many other are missing, but it accept .AVS avisynth script.
Encoded can be improved just a bit. sometimes high speed produce not accurate frames or bad black compression.
Very very good for 2 passes on CUDA.



Posted June 18, 2011 by . Tool version 2.2.0.7 using OS Windows 7
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After searching for days and trying other Freeware, Shareware & trying out products like Nero I had about given up finding a decent product to convert MP4 files and burn the to DVD. I would either get something that would take 3+ hours or would only play on my laptop, or I would get sound only and a garbled picture or a great picture and NO sound at all. Then I stumbled upon Freemake Video Converter.

This is an excellent, easy to use and doing it right the first time product. And it's Free!



Posted May 14, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.4.0 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


Tried this back in December 2010 to transcode NTSC 1080i captures with my Hauppauge 1212 to 23.976 MKV and found the software identified the stream as 25fps and the resulting conversion was poor quality. However, the latest version has improved significantly and the resulting output is quite good, but it continues to identify the NTSC 1080i stream as 25fps.


Posted April 18, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.3 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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The "visualization" thing is nice! For anybody wanting a TRUE "one-click" converter app, I would recommend this. Seems to work fine, quality is good, and even does auto menus. Of course most folk here would not be interested, but there are plenty of folk out there who want this sort of ultra-simplicity. And most free "one-click" converters aren't truly "one-click". This one is!


Posted April 16, 2011 by . Tool version 2.13 using OS WinXP
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same open source codes as so many apps no betterr no worse u get wot u pay 4


Posted April 16, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.3 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 9 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


A few issues need clarification from the previous post: The DVD preset generates high bitrate (9000Kbps) MPEG-2 video and is meant to be burned to DVD-Video. Xvid/DivX (MPEG-4) would of course compress better, and is not meant for DVD-Video output. Most output options CAN be customized in the way of bitrate, framerate, etc. Those options (when available) are to be found under "Edit Preset", so you could view most presets as templates that can be customized to a user's particular needs. I have found FVC to be an exceptionally consistent and well executed piece of software, capable of generating output quality, in a multitude of formats, which is second to none. I am very impressed with FVC, and now use it for most of my DVD and Blu-ray disc creation when speed and quality are paramount.


Posted April 16, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.3 using OS WinXP
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my only complaint is that you cant set the output size. I did an mkv (5gb's) recently down to "dvd" and it sized it at 1.35gb's. With that kinda logic it would have been better and faster to just use a xvid/divx codec instead. Other than that its a pretty fast piece of software and super simple to use. Output quality on other formats is decent. Would be nice to have more customizable options for those who like to tinker with size/bitrate etc.


Posted April 15, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.2 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Good application. The only thing left to improve is the size of the font of
captions. The font size is very small.



Posted April 11, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.2 using OS Vista 64-bit
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this is great! allows me to converter video to mp4 for my ipod to the size i want. the other one i use videora is great too but you can only choose 3 different options for size, this allows you to type the size you want in...within the amounts it will allow ie 50mb to 350mb. converts to different formats too ipod iphone mkv avi etc awesome tool


Posted April 11, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1 using OS Vista
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I know how to encode megui like tools but not an expert. I am also familiar with ffmpeg and mencoder cli. Still I wanted a simple converter that works with some features like trimming, cropping, few important quality tweaks like bitrate or crf and batch conversion.
All imtoo, any video, avs, total video converters failed to meet their advertised expectations and failed to please me. Every one failed in some bad way. I wanted to like imtoo a lot, as it has every thing i wanted, but it failed in many ways. ignored adjusted bit rate, cropping and resizing is not straight forward. two pass encoding never worked.

This tool worked flawless. I am very disappointed as there is no cropping filter, and I can not adjust or tweak any codes settings. Most of the times depending on the profile it generated impressive video. For now i will stick to it for simple encodes.

If any one want super easy video converter(do not want any settings), I am pretty sure This is the best out there, and it is free.

Note to the dev: crop/resizing filter is more important than flipping the video for this type of tool.

My observation is all these tools used ffmpeg, one of which used cli it self, this also used mencoder cli.



Posted March 31, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.1.2 using OS WinXP
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I hope this developers/programmers are reading this comments. Your app is good in many ways, but it lacks fews tweaking filters common in freewares on this site. Please in your next update. Add cropping, brighting and contrast filters. I will really assist you to promote this app in my college campus knowing that it is handy, and useful for my student friends and others. Thanks for your hard work and make it better.


Posted March 23, 2011 by . Tool version 2.1.1.0 using OS Vista
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