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I purchased the Flip4Mac Pro version ($29) because for my work I've sometimes needed to convert wmv files to mov or mp4 files for editing on my Mac. Flip4Mac worked like a charm. I was surprised that this wasn't included in Quicktime or as a paid add-on. Maybe some licensing issue with Microsoft. But Microsoft has openly endorsed Flip4Mac as Windows Media Components for QuickTime on their website. It's pretty much the only known component for OSX that supports Windows Media Video and Audio. That format itself is a dying breed, where the preference now is mp4. Mac's native format is mov, and web browsers are now also using webm and ogv. So with all of these formats, being able to convert between them all is crucial. Uploading to YouTube generally does the job for you, but sometimes there are cases if you're viewing a video on your computer or editing, using a standalone player or a website theme and you need to convert the files on your own. The WMV and WMA formats are what Microsoft Windows Movie Maker uses, which is the free program distributed with Windows (kinda like Paint is for images), so it's still widely in use especially amongst Windows users. There are several pricing levels that are both affordable and make sense: - Flip4Mac Player which allows you to play Windows Media files - The Pro version allows to you to import and convert using QuickTime - The Studio version has higher dimensions - The Studio Pro HD has higher quality with two-pass encoding
- Converts WMV and WMA files to Mac formats for editing or viewing - High-quality, affordable price - Handles other files formats too like ASF - Can do high dimension and high-quality encoding
- Costs money, but worth it to get a more quality product that's updated over time - Doesn't work with DRM content, but DRM really isn't in use any more anyway.
Sunday 25 March 2012
Muvee Reveal X is so different from any other video editing program I've worked with that it belongs in a category by itself. By definition, it 's intended for beginners who haven't learned the ins-and-outs of video editing with a traditional program. So the most important question is whether MuVee is accessible. That is, could just about anyone install Muvee Reveal on a PC and figure out how to use it? I think the answer is "yes". However, the product also provides some surprisingly advanced features. I was frankly pleased with how much manual control is available to take over the production.More about Muvee Reveal
Thursday 25 October 2012
Highly recommended. Flip4Mac could be considered as one of the essential Mac applications, one of the most popular video and music players for Mac OS X. Overall, the price is fair since you’ll really get a lot of features which you don’t have by default within your Mac OS X.More about Telestream Flip4Mac
Wednesday 31 December 1969
Muvee Reveal is perhaps better to use as a photo and video slideshow program because it doesn't embody true DVD-authoring functionality. Additionally, we suspect that the average user would encounter many of the same installation and stability problems we experienced, which make using this software an extremely frustrating endeavor.More about Muvee Reveal
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