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Video to Video Converter is a free video converter. "Video to Video" is a software for converting between various video and audio formats. Today there are a lot of different video and audio formats, different devices support various video formats, therefore in order to watch video and audio material on different devices you need to convert it, which means to adjust it to the device being used. Subtitle, Watermark, Joiner, Cutter-support. GUI for ffmpeg and dvdauthor. LAV Filters and AVISynth included in installation. Full description.

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Version history / Release notes / Changelog:
Version v2.9.6.10
- Updated FFmpeg libraries to 1.2
- Rotate bug fixed- v.2.9.5.0
- Profiles bug fixed - portable version
- Minor improvements

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All features / Full description:
Video converter which we present is feature-rich and allows you to convert almost all existing formats. It is possible to convert video and audio files to DivX or XviD format for watching movies on TV, HD formats for LCD, Plasma TVs, almost all types of mobile phones, android, iPhone, iPod, iPad, to prepare videos for the internet, conversion/authoring of video DVD formats, QuickTime, video format for uploading to YouTube, various rare and specific codecs and formats, etc.

Video converter is free software
Supports over 200+ of input formats
Supports over 700+ of output presets
Supports a large number of output video formats: AVI, DivX, Xvid, mpeg-4, AVC/H264, mpeg, mpeg2, MOV, WMV, 3GP, 3GP2, MKV, WEBM, SWF, FLV, RM, ASG, GIF, DV...
Supports many output audio formats: mp2, mp3, aac, ac3, wav, m4a, Vorbis, 3gpp, flac, mmf, iff, au...
You can convert almost all existing video and audio formats
Easy to use
Has a built-in high quality DVD Ripper that supports foreign languages subtitles
Video Joiner with which you can combine multiple movies in one video
Has a built-in Video Splitter with which you can cut out parts of the video that you find interesting, so you donít convert the entire video
Converting video is reliable and fast
You can also convert to DVD video (supported DVD Authoring)
Embedded tools for burning video DVDs
Support for subtitles (internal and Vobsub Filter)
Video presets
Basic video filters
Watermark
Shapshots
Live preview
There is also a portable version of the video converter
Main languages are supported


Alternative to Video to Video Converter:
Format Factory
Freemake Video Converter
ShanaEncoder
SUPER
WinFF
XMedia Recode



Guides and How to's:
How to cut any video with the free Video to Video Converter - Read
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Acronyms / Also Known As:
Video to Video, VideoToVideo Converter,VTVC, VideoToVideo

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On the commercial remover facility, the audio doesn`t play. This makes it difficult to mark a break point exactly


Posted June 22, 2014 by . Tool version 2.9 using OS Windows 7
Ease of use 8 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


Before discovering this great product I'd been using DVD Flick and then AVStoDVD to create DVDs for any non-avi (e.g. flv and mp4) format files, but those programmes took so long (around 12 hours to create a full DVD) that I eventually realized that something that could simply convert the files to avi might be a lot quicker! Video to Video Converter is indeed a LOT quicker, with the conversions generally taking less than the actual play time of the file, so it's cut the time it took me to create playable DVDs down by a factor of five or six. And converting to actual DVD (mpeg2video), which can help increase the quality compared to avi, is pretty quick too. Plus there are none of the sound syncing problems that seemed to creep in sometimes with DVD Flick. It's also very handy for reducing the resolution of "oversize" avi's down to a size that's playable on a TV.

Overall it's pretty intuitive to use, but the instructions could be better, as some things require a bit of trial and error otherwise (for example, I had to do several burns to realize that the 16:9 option when converting to DVD/mpeg2 actually cuts off quite a lot from each side of the image, whereas the 4:3 ratio resulted in the desired full-width image. Counter-intuitive, eh!). I've yet to try out its other features and tools (I'm still using other rippers and burners), but for a video converter and DVD file creator this is the best I've found so far!



Posted May 14, 2014 by . Tool version v2.9 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10


When splitting .mts (AVCHD from Sony RX100) files in parts and joining them as one I don't get smooth conections betweens each cut. I tried VideoReDo and it gives me a smooth output file. Anybody had this problem with Video to Video?


Posted March 27, 2014 by . Tool version 2.9 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


A feature that I discovered quite by chance is the fact that while it is encoding and the "Add Video" icon is greyed out "drag and drop" works. It will display the codec and format selection dialog just as normal and add the file to the queue.




Posted October 04, 2013 by . Tool version 3.7.0.2356 using OS Windows 7
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


This is just supplement to my earlier post.

Once any particular job is finished the software releases (unlocks) both the source and destination files. One can reuse them in additional windows without any problem. I used to find it a bit irritating that I could not add files to the queue but one can open multiple copies simultaneously. One needs to keep in mind that H/X264 codec converter is multithreaded and will tend to hog the CPU cycles. Unless your machine is powerful enough you might find all other processes really slow down. For this there is a very easy and effective solution in the form of a freeware software named BES available at http://mion.faireal.net/BES/. This too allows multiple copies to run. I haven't had the time to thoroughly test all aspects and features of the software as I am in the process of converting 5 TB worth of mpeg4(ASP)+AC3 video to smaller AVC/AAC. Will come back with additional comments if I have any!



Posted October 02, 2013 by . Tool version 3.7.0.2356 using OS Windows 7
Ease of use 7 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 8 of 10


I find this to be an excellent tool. The results are simply excellent. Over a period of tile I have migrated from Avidemux to Handbrake to the current version. I would have given it a 10 except for the fact that the user interface is not intuitive and neither is the on line help really helpful. I learned to use this after experimenting with several short video files.

Avidemux does an excellent job of resizing and sharpening with xvid-mpeg4 but is really bad at audio sync and handling X256 codec. Handbrake does a very good job but is bad at resizing, say from 1080p to 720p. This software does really well on both accounts. It also has sharpen filter for ffmpeg absent in Handbrake. Even single pass encodes are very good.

I have been using this for the past 10 days and must say it passes with flying colors. I do have to do some post processing like converting from mp4 to mkv and to add srt subtitle files using mkvmerge from mkvtoolnix. Perhaps this already has the same functionality but haven't figured it out yet. In any case it is a very small inconvenience.

I would give it a full 10 if they can make the user interface more intuitive and easier to use.



Posted September 08, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.11 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 5 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


I gave 9 only because its impossible ( or I cant find it ) to merge the spitted objects. I mean if I want to trim a video and then join the trimmed files I must close the program, open all the files and join them! Is there any way to do it faster? Thanks


Posted August 25, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 8 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


I give this software 10 cause as a free version and able to meet my expectations. It so easy to use, provide enough choices for amateur(I am sure professional editor will disagree). My movies come out the same quality compare to the originals. Thanks.


Posted July 14, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9 using OS Vista
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 10 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 10 of 10
Guides: Use tool function to join the movies and worked great with conversion.


Excellent piece of freeware video converter with helpful built in tools like joiner and cutter, etc. Much more.

Imo, a must have software for everyone lest you need to convert videos to play on compatible devices. This video software is full fledged to my needs with its multi functions. Free, clean and easy to use.

Giving it a 10 rating cos i am very satisfied to have installed this freeware. Btw, i am dumping Super finally... All because of a better replacement! I have found it! I dont like Super adding to my id3 tags "created by Super" in the artist or whatever tag when i click properties on my converted media file. Totally piss me off whenever i see those redundant words in my tags. Furthermore, there is many doubts regarding the integrity of their product. The widely spread criticisms and rumours had make me turn away from this software. All the above are my personal opinions after comparing the two software.

Video to video converter website FAQ promises this freeware to be always free and i like their openness and transparent attitude.

Highly recommend this to all! Just install and use it and play around with this software to play your videos. You won't regret it!



Posted July 13, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS WinXP
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And it should be added a high10 profile with a 10bits depth option to get a better picture and softer lines :)


Posted June 17, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


Excellent as an encoder, I gave it a 9 because it could be add some options like "tune"; "preset" or "profile" (uncluded 10bit depth); some advanced video options like motion, rate, frame, etc... but the result this time was good as others encoders even if this software is most a converter than an encoder. Something like xvid4psp, staxrip or handbrake.


Posted June 16, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS Windows 8 64-bit
Ease of use 9 of 10 Functionality 9 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 9 of 10


My thanks to Hose for the comments, but I have to confess that I'm not knowledgeable enough to understand this.

-> Your video contain x264 encoded stream so it is strange why you don't use a direct stream copy mode when converting to mpeg-4 format.

I have no idea what "x264 encoded stream" means. Sorry to sound stupid, but I just use what comes out of the camera.

Also, what is a "direct stream copy mode"?

Thank you.



Posted June 14, 2013 by . Tool version 2.6.9.10 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 7 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


The original size of your video is 1440x1080 so the native aspect ratio is 1440/1080=1.333 but display aspect ratio DAR is 1.777 (16:9). When you select "auto" as aspect ratio vtv assume that you want to keep the native aspect ratio. You need to select "keep original" to inherit a DAR tag from the source file.

The next mistake you made is that you convert to MPEG-4 part 10(AVC/H264) codec with WinFF but to MPEG-4 part 2 codec with VTV. There is huge difference in the quality and output size between these two codecs. If your primary target is the lowest file size consider using AVC/H264 codec and "Target Filesize" option, it works good for me.

Your video contain x264 encoded stream so it is strange why you don't use a direct stream copy mode when converting to mpeg-4 format.



Posted June 13, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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An addendum to my last post: I tried it again with an older version of Win FF portable (1.4.0). I've uploaded the result here. http://edu-net.net/media/video2video/00000_WinFF.mp4

I
had the program set on the second-best quality (very high). As you can see, it recognized the original size of the film (1440x1080), and the quality is about as good as Video to to Video at the highest quality. And please note the difference in the file sizes: V2v -> 470mb; Winff -> 112mb.

Just for the record, the very best combination of conversion quality and file size was done by the commercial program Corel VideoStudio Pro X4. You can't compare it, though, because - as I've mentioned - it's not free. Having said this, you can get the old version I'm using for about $20 these days.



Posted June 10, 2013 by . Tool version 32.9.6.10 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 6 of 10 Value for money 10 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


I just bought a new HD Camcorder (a Sony HDR XR160E) and was very eager to try the latest version of Video to Video on my very first AVCHD movie. I'm sorry, but it's of my cat. She's twenty years old and a bit sick, so please excuse me if the subject isn't very interesting.

Here's the link to the original.
http://edu-net.net/media/video2video/00000.MTS

And here's the link to the Video to Video conversion.
http://edu-net.net/media/video2video/00000.mp4

The only setting I changed on the Video to Video interface was the quality: I set it to the very highest.

I have no idea why, the the program didn't recognize the original size.



Posted June 09, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.6.10 using OS WinXP
Ease of use 10 of 10 Functionality 5 of 10 Value for money 7 of 10 Overall score 7 of 10


Dear afrocuban01,

Thanks for your follow up.

Please excuse me, but I read - and tried - all of your suggestions. I stand by my observation.

As for a 10, I think I made it pretty clear what my criterion for a ten is: that there's nothing whatsoever to improve.

In other words, no software, and basically nothing produced by a human, will ever get a ten in my book. After all, if it gets a ten, development stops, if you see what I mean.

In the end, I'd say it's a Weltanschauung issue rather than anything technical.

Best regards,
JoeG



Posted May 16, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.14 using OS WinXP
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I think that previous user didn't give us the original size of recorded videos, and didn't read my post thoroughly.

If he's kind to send me one of his original videos, as well as the same one converted with WinFF, I'm pretty sure I'd made the same one for him with VTV.

Everything else regarding this "issue" just doesn't sound logic.



Posted May 16, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.14 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I'm afraid the previous poster didn't read my comment all the way through.

I wrote, "However, even selecting the lowest quality didn't have any appreciable impact on the file size, which was uniformly too big for my purpose. They were all 6-7mb, and I need them to be 1.5-3 or so."

I guess I also need to repeat here that winFF did the job.

And just to expand the discussion a bit, today I received my new (used) Panasonic Lumix TZ7. It films in both AVCHD and MOV formats. Although I didn't test it extensively - just two or three one or two-minute films in each format - I can say that whatever settings I used with Video to Video to convert the movies to mp4 format, there were always artifacts. This didn't happen with either winFF or Video Studio.

I'll stick by my overall 9 rating. To put it into perspective, though, for a program that promises to do pretty much everything, I think this is an absolutely super rating. Giving 10 would mean - in my concept - there's absolutely nothing that could be improved, and this most certainly isn't the case. Realistically speaking, even 9 is too high based on my experience with Video to Video, but what the heck ...



Posted May 08, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.14 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


[quote]All in all, I was very happy with Video to Video Converter. If I can figure out how to get the file size down, I'll be even happier.[/quote]

In "Quality" choose "4-normal", or "3-Good", instead of "Same of source", for example. Or "Custom", than set bitrate. Just experiment. Easy as that?

Now, I think VTV deserves better rating from you now! ;)

Cheers



Posted May 08, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.14 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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I use the video function of my ancient SONY DSC T10 to make short (3-10 minutes) one-shot movies of my students doing speaking exercises in my English class. On a given day, this can mean 5-10 little videos.

The camera output is mpg 640x480, and I convert the films to mp4 320x240, so I can send them to the students as email attachments. Of course the sound quality has to be good since the students have to be able to hear themselves.

After bringing the movies into my computer with USB, I generally just use winFF. When I forget to turn the lights on in the classroom, I use Corel VideoStudio to correct the overly dark results.

Video to Video Converter (I used the zip version) did the whole job easily and quickly. The fact that it does batches is great, and the built-in ability to modify the brightness, saturation, contrast, hue, and VOLUME(!)- while taking a bit of fooling around to determine the "right" levels - is a BIG plus for my purpose. The whole "correction" process was much faster than with VideoStudio and the results were just as good.

However, even selecting the lowest quality didn't have any appreciable impact on the file size, which was uniformly too big for my purpose. They were all 6-7mb, and I need them to be 1.5-3 or so.

In the end, I still had to run the four movies I'd converted with Video to Video through winFF to reduce the file size. This only took a minute or so, though, so the whole process really worked quite efficiently.

I have to confess that I really didn't spend a great deal of time looking around to try to find a setting that would make the files as small as I wanted.

All in all, I was very happy with Video to Video Converter. If I can figure out how to get the file size down, I'll be even happier.





Posted May 07, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.14 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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No man, are you kidding? you can't blame new toilet because the sewer was clogged. Sorry but I hadn't such an issue. Split this .mp4 the other day without tinniest problem:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BvWm2ZQBz0

Just take a look.

So, it's gotta be something with your computer! I can bet you have a tons of codecs installed.

Did you try portable version?



Posted May 07, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.14 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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This is beats Avidemux when splitting mp4 videos, audio/video sync perfectly....however there is this small issue of NOT knowing the "end" when splitting mp4! e.g. when splitting, if you drag the slider to the end (it's usually NOT the real end) as you can use the next frame > and it would go some more and if kept going it would then go to the beginning of the video, which is very frustrating as you would need to redo everything again. I just wish there is the "slide" to the end "button".

With Avidemux, when you slide to the end. its really the end of the video and it wouldn't go further and it wouldn't go to the start of the video either.

This is my 1st choice splitter (MP4 video) for now, 2nd is XMediaRecode (Flash/H264 video converter, keep original Flash/H264 video, but only convert the audio part to aac, this is the perfect tool) and Avidemux is my 3 rd choice (usually use it as a video player when everything else fails, lol).



Posted May 06, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.14 Portable using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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This one rocks! No, really. It rocks! I can keep saying it longer than it needs to convert anything to anything. And above all, you can have it portable?! I mean, are we really that stupid that we're sold 99,99% of software that can't be functional as 0,01% as this one is?

VTV is one of the 5 best software of all time. Anyone who says something else is either paid to say so, or isn't too familiar with computers.

Oh, sorry, have to go. It already converted my .webm to .mp3. Really, not kidding.



Posted May 06, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.114 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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A program that keeps getting better and better with each release. I just asked the author to add a demux tool and to include backward frame motion to match the forward motion that exists in the Splitting Tool.


Posted February 16, 2013 by . Tool version 2.9.1.10 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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Use Handbrake for mp4 encoding with all the goodies.


Posted February 03, 2013 by . Tool version 2.89.28 using OS Windows 7 64-bit
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