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    Converting Videos ?

    Hi
    I have taken videos on my Samsung S3 phone and transferred the
    files to my pc. The videos are less than a minute but are over 40 MB !

    What free video converter software do you recommend for reducing
    the size and specifying the width ?

    Ideally I would like to output both mp4 and ogv as some browsers
    prefer the latter.

    Any suggestions ?

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    I recommend Freemake Video Converter

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    Hi, I do had the same problems in reducing size and specifying the width and my friend recommended me to use a video converter tool to convert my video file between popular video formats, such as mpeg, mp4, iPod or iPhone, PSP, and others. You may download the software WinX Video Converter for free. For me, it did work. Others with the same queries may try this, It might help you also.

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    I recommended AVS Video Converter for reducing the size and width of the video.

    Nowadays you can just use your DVD-R drive and burn as many DVDs as you want to free your hard disk space but it's not the way out for you because you need an instant access to your media instead of spending time in searching for the necessary disc among hundreds of them. The way out is to reduce the size of all the home video you have on your hard disk using AVS Video Converter so to have extra free space.

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    My own (Samsung Universe S3) won't let me perspective or obtain my televisions either. I know they're in the same information as the images but when I get connected to my pc the directory reveals no track of movie. It does not even depend them in the variety of information in the directory. I used to be able to obtain them no issue but all of a unexpected, no cube. I also observed that the MP3's I have on my cellphone are now stuck in S3 limbo as well. I should observe that the cellphone has almost always rejected to allow me to link via MTP (an issue which has obviously never been resolved) and will only let me link using the PTP choice. This has never designed any issue in previous times so it's unusual to me that it would all of a unexpected become a issue.

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    Hello, you could try this YouTube Downloader - Download and Convert Videos for Free you can download videos/movies from YouTube and it comes with a built-in converter.

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    How is posible ...?

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    Videos clip ripper is a specific file ripper that allows you to turn one kind of movie structure (like an AVI, MPG, MOV, etc.) into another. If you've found yourself unable to use a certain movie in the way you wanted because the structure was not reinforced, a free movie ripper can help.

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    i have not heard about freemake. i have used winx converter for video conversion.


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