AVS Video Converter is a useful and compatible tool both for professionals and general use...I had little difficulty working with this program mainly due to its friendly interface! Many of my videos or films were incompatible with my LG Smart TV so I had to convert them...piece of cake with AVS Video Converter!
OK big problem while trying AVS coverter.
I have an old movie on ISO. a Ma&Pa Kettle film 46 minutes long.
On ISO (7 VOB files most with 1G file sizes) I attempted to convert it to mp4 using AVS.
No matter how hard I tried the the smallest I could get AVS to convert to ended up with a 3.5Gig mp4 with this 46minute film and that was using the bit rate calculator to the smallest allowable size! And even then the film is un-watchable!
I finally used FreeMake in mp4 setting size to 640x480 (same as AVS) and 700 Bitrated at 24FPS and achieved a very nice mp4 @ 246MB!
Automation seems to be the biggest problem I ran into. AVS limits formats, allows no real user control and seems to be confused with these larger files in VOB. Freemake ignored the input size and allowed me to indicate size, bitrate (with no blocking if calculator said no) and Sound size and resulted in the expected results.
Unless I really missed something, I am at a lose? Pleas let me know and I will retry with second ISO.
Hi, the avs video converter that you mentioned is not worth downloading because it's the unregistered version which includes a watermark in any converted file, to remove the watermark, one must subscribed at for the registered version which for a fee