VideoProc – Universal Video Processing Tool Packed with Powerful Video File Converter

Why Video File Converter Matters

People resort to video file converters for various purposes: compressing large files to a smaller sizes, changing into a device-specific format for smooth playback, switching containers as per editing software required, extracting only audio tracks, or making GIF out of movies. Simple as it seems, the inherent algorithms and the way to process and convert videos vary from different converters. That's why you might have problem dealing with demanding large 4K HEVC/H265 footage, troubled by glitches and CPU overheating and crashing, get unsightly converted videos with lines and pixilated screens, lose audio track after conversion, etc.

Video conversion requires massive computing power and advanced algorithms for efficient output. With iPhone 11, GoPro and DJI shooting in 4K HEVC, CPU-intensive high-res footage poses huge challenges for average converters. But that won't be a problem if you are using VideoProc. The reason is inherent with what happens during the entire process.

What does a video file converter actually do?

Video file converters are computer programs to change the format of one video into another. When you convert mkv to mp4, you are asking the converter to re-encoding the way the original data are formed, and re-package them into another container.

Output quality is converter-specific, more intelligent algorithms entail better performance, so that you don't need to sacrifice image quality for smaller size, or encounter video stuttering or frame dropping issues.

VideoProc is programmed to delivery faster and higher quality output, with high quality UHD HD video converter baked in, worry-free presets for the less-techie and rich parameters for power users. With full support of hardware acceleration, hyper-threading that utilizes multi-core for simultaneous task, and AMD "3DNow!" that improves graphic-intensive processing, you can efficiently upscale 1080p to 4K, change frame rate, convert video to GIF, 1:1 remux without transcoding, convert video to audio, force A/V sync, de-interlace old DVDs with "Yadif Double Frames" engine, switch between VBR/CBR and set customize bitrates to optimize image quality at smaller file size.

Mainstream and Rare Formats Supported

Have rare video formats at hand? Certain footage won't playback on your iPhone, game consoles, or undergoes importing error for post-editing?

With 370+ codecs in its arsenal, VideoProc readily handles popular and weird formats. From H264 to HEVC/H265, MOV, AVI to YouTube, 360 VR 3D to 2D, DVD, ISO, AVCHD to MP4, AAC to MP3, and rare ones including AMV, BIK, DVR-MS, EVO, TIVO, TP, TPR, M2P, M1V, M2V, NSV, RPM, OGV, PSS, PVA, H1V, VP6, VP8, VPX VRO WTV.

47x Real-time Faster with GPU Acceleration

Struggle to process high res large videos on your old machine? It's time to save the maxed out CPU and invite GPU into the party of intensive computing.

Engineered to take advantage of GPU, VideoProc supports level-3 hardware acceleration powered by NVIDIA, Intel and AMD. Shifting loads of work from CPU to GPU, it boosts conversion speed up to 47x real-time faster. Transcoding 4K UHD and large size videos is fast and efficient even if your machine is aging.

Optimized Compression Ratio to Retain Quality

High definition videos are storage hogs, but people seldom want to sacrifice image quality at the expense of smaller file size.

VideoProc offers various profiles for different compression needs. You can opt for up to 90% compression ratio without jeopardizing image quality: it retains the highest quality at a given bitrate, and offers the lowest bitrate at a given quality level to reduce file size. Thanks to the leading-edge High Quality Engine, you won't notice significant difference after compression.

How to change video file format?

Powered by level-3 GPU acceleration and leading-edge algorithms to fully utilize multi-core processor, VideoProc can convert 370+ codecs to 420+ formats/devices.

1 Select your input file
  • Video
    1. AVI
    2. AVS
    3. AVCHD
    4. MOV
    5. MKV
    6. MP4
    7. H.264/MPEG-4 AVC
    8. H.265/HEVC
    9. WebM
    10. DivX
    11. DV
    12. FLV
    13. M2TS
    14. And more:MPE, MPEG, MPEG2, MPEG4, MTS, QT, RM, RMVB, SWF, TS, VP6, VP8, VP9, MPG, MPG4, ASF, XviD, 3G2, 3GP, 3GP2, 3GPP, AMV, BIK, DIV, DAT, DAV, DVR-MS, EVO, F4V, G2M4, H1V, ICod, M1V, M2P, M2V, MMV, MOD, MP2V, MTV, MXF, NSV, OGM, OGV, PSS, PVA, RPM, RT, TIVO, TOD, TP, TPR, VOB, VPX, VRO, WM, WMP, WMV, WTV, XAVC-S, XWMV, YUV411,...
  • Audio
    1. AAC
    2. DTS
    3. FLAC
    4. M4A
    5. MP3
    6. OGG
    7. WAV
    8. WMA
    9. And more: A52, AC3, AIF, AIFF, AMR, ANX, AOB, APE, AQT, ASX, AXA, M2A, MKA, MLP, MOD, MP1, MP2, MPA, MPC, OGA, OMA, RA, RAM, SPX, TTA, VOC, VQF, WV, XA, XM, ...
  • DVD
    1. Commercial DVD discs
    2. Homemade DVD discs
    3. VIDEO_TS folders
    4. ISO image files
    5. CDR
  • Online sites
    1. URLs from 1000+ online sites
  • Other
    1. 3D SBS
    2. 3D TB
    3. 3D Alternating frames
    4. 360 videos
    5. VR videos
2 Select an output format
  • Video
    1. 4K (H.264)
    2. 3G2 (Xvid)
    3. 3GP (H.263)
    4. ASF (MPEG4)
    5. AVI (DivX, Xvid)
    6. DV (DV-NTSC)
    7. DivX (DivX)
    8. F4V (H.264)
    9. FLV (H.263)
    10. M4V (H.264)
    11. MKV (H.264; HEVC, MPEG2, Xvid)
    12. MOV (H.264, ProRes)
    13. MP4 (H.264/AVC, H.265/HEVC, MPEG4)
    14. MPEG1 (MPEG1)
    15. MPEG2 (MPEG2)
    16. OGV (OGV)
    17. SWF (FLV)
    18. TS (MPEG2)
    19. VOB (MPEG2)
    20. WebM (VP8)
    21. WMV (WMV2)
    22. And more...
  • Audio
    1. MP3 (MP3)
    2. M4A (AAC)
    3. WAV (PCM)
    4. FLAC (FLAC)
    5. AAC (AAC)
    6. OGG (OGG)
    7. AC3 (AC3)
    8. AIFF (PCM)
    9. CAF (ADPCM)
    10. M4R (AAC)
    11. And more...
  • Image
    1. PNG
    2. JPG
    3. GIF
  • Subtitle
    1. SRT
    2. ASS
  • For devices
    1. For iPhone/iPad/iPod/Apple TV
    2. For Huawei
    3. For Samsung
    4. For HTC
    5. For Amazon
    6. For Google
    7. For Lenovo
    8. For Acer
    9. For Asus
    10. For LG
    11. For Microsoft Surface
    12. For Xbox
    13. For Sony PS4/3/Vita PSP
    14. For General TVs
    15. For General phones, tablets and more...
  • For edting
    1. MP4 for iMovie (H.264, MPEG4)
    2. MP4 for FCP (H.264, MPEG4)
    3. MOV for FCP (ProRes 422HQ)
    4. MOV for FCP (ProRes 422)
    5. MOV for FCP (ProRes 422LT)
    6. MOV for FCP (ProRes Poxy)
    7. MOV forFCP (ProRes 4444)
  • SNS Sharing
    1. MP4 for YouTube (H.264)
    2. FLV for YouTube (H.264)
    3. MP4 for Facebook (MPEG4)
    4. MOV for Facebook (MPEG4)
    5. AVI for Facebook (DivX)
    6. FLV for Facebook (H.264)
    7. MP4 for Vimeo (H.264)
    8. WMV for Web (WMV2)
    9. AVI for Web (DivX)
    10. MOV for Web (MPEG4)
    11. MP4 for Web (MPEG4)
  • Other
    1. MP4 for iDVD (H.264, MPEG4)
    2. MP4 for iTunes (H.264, MPEG4)
    3. ISO image (MPEG2)
    4. VIDEO_TS Folder (MPEG2)
    5. MPG (MPEG2)
    6. And more...
3 Use best video file converter

Worry-free Presets for the Novices

Ever puzzled by output settings? No matter you are converting for smooth playback, editing, instant sharing or video size reducing, there is no worry about the nitty-gritty of codecs and formats. VideoProc has user-ready settings to choose from, you can apply video conversion presets for iPhone, iPad, GoPro, Android, tablets, TV, PSP, Xbox consoles, SNS uploading, etc.

Flexible Settings & Toolkit for Power Users

No need to dive deep, you can easily tweak codec options to change frame rate, resolution, aspect ratio, force A/V sync, remux video by ticking Auto-copy (and lossless force copy for audio), convert VBR to CBR either manually or use safe ABR auto calculate, enable 2-pass encoding, opt for intermediate codecs to convert for post-editing, and so much more.

Futuristic Technologies for Better and Faster Output

Watch VideoProc in Action: Convert MKV to MP4

Intuitive Interface Makes Video Processing Easy & Efficient

All-in-one video processing: Batch convert videos, DVDs, URL to videos. Shove any video to convert. Handy editing tools for rough cut before/after conversion.

Enable Hardware Acceleration: check Nvidia/Inter/AMD to convert at full speed, with highest possible image quality retained. You can also check Auto Copy to remux without transcoding.

Manageable codec settings to configure more: upscale 1080p to 4K, change frame rate, manage quality for different needs, tweak bitrate sittings.

User-ready presets: You don't need to worry about codec specific configuration. Simply choose from hundreds of profiles for various scenarios, with best output.

Supported File Formats and Specs

Video

H.265/HEVC, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, AVCHD, AVI, AVS, DivX, XviD, FLV, MTS, M2TS, TS, MP4, MOV, QT, RMVB, SWF, Webm…
DVR-MS, VRO, OGV, NSV, WTV, AMV, BIK, EVO, TIVO, TP, TPR, M2P, M1V, M2V, RA, RAM, RPM, PSS, PVA, H1V, VP6, VP8, VPX…

Audio

AAC, AC3, MP3, FLAC, WAV, WMA, M4A, AIFF, DTS, MOD, APE, AQT, MKA, VOC…

DVD

DVD discs, VIDEO_TS folders, ISO image files, CDR.

Other

3D, 360 VR videos, URL to video

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People also ask...

[1] What is remux? How to remux MKV? Remuxing repackages media streams without transcoding. You can think of remuxing from MKV to MP4 in this way: your movie is put in a box called MKV, within this box you have video streams, audio streams, subtitles and metadata. What remuxing does is to simply repackage your content with another box called MP4 without transcoding. Show me how to remux MKV to MP4 >>

[2] What is 2-pass encoding? As opposed to 1-pass CBR, 2-pass encoding is another encoding strategy to retain best image quality. The first pass analyzes video data, and second pass utilizes that data to use VBR, so as to better encoding different scenes, i.e. not to waste high bitrate on unnecessary scenes (for instance, lower bitrate for dark scenes and higher for complex ones).

[3] What is a codec? What is a container? Codec is a portmanteau for encoder and decoder, you can consider it as rules of how to encode your media for streaming, storage and transmission, and how to reverse the process to decode the media for playback and editing. Container ensures everything is packaged and portable. You can shove encoded video streams, audio streams, subtitles and metadata into this box. Still feeling the concept too abstract? Read more on Codec vs Container >>

[4] Can you explain frame rate in plain language? Frame rate can be simply understood as how many consecutive still images you have per unit time, such as frame rate per second (FPS).
Remember those flipbook animations we draw in childhood? When you quickly flip through each page, there is an illusion of motion on the character. The more pages you have, the smoother the motion would be within an identical time. Just as 30 FPS vs 60 FPS >>

[5] What is aspect ratio? 16:9 and 4:3 are commonly seen aspect ratios of videos. It describes the ratio of width to height of the frame. If you want to convert 16:9 to 4:3, you need to crop the video, as you cannot stretch the image without distortion.

[6] What is bitrate/VBR/CBR? Bitrate in video processing is the number of bits conveyed per second. As you can imagine, the higher amount of data transferred, the better image quality it would be.
Then why don't we use the highest bitrate for impeccable image? Well, outside a certain range, there is no different to the average human eye. Extra amount of information would be a waste, comparing to the disadvantages: in editing, it requires huge computing power; in streaming, large bandwidth; and the resultant large size video with redundancy data consumes storage space.
VBR stands for variable bitrate. It's a clever move to retain high quality image at optimal size. Imaging you have a 1-min footage shooting dark room, with several scenes containing complex composition. You don't need to use a high CBR (constant bitrate) for the entire footage, instead, you can use high bitrate for complex scenes, and low bit rate for simple frames.