What about …#54

What about converting all our DVDs CDs into digital video? 

Instead of having 32 or 150 DVD/CD boxes around why not having them in our hard drive ready to use when needed? 

The quality is the same, but with smaller size and with the sharing possibility when asked. Here I’ll give the three best Video Converters that you can use to free up your living room and to convert your dearest privat videos into better digital video.
Any video converter is an All-in-One video converting tool, fast converting speed and excellent video quality. It allows you to effortlessly convert video files between every format! It can convert almost all video formats including DivX, XviD, MOV, DVD, AVI, MPEG-4 ….  format for any portable video device.

It loads from disc and urls, it can burn your video anywhere. You can choose your own

codec settings, subs, quality video and audio. It can convert 4 to 6 videos in once.
Tipard media converter is a universal DVD and video file converter. It is considered by many to be a really advanced total video converter. It loads from disc as well, and it has a video enhancer built in. It can convert 4 to 6 videos in once too.
TEncoder is a multithreaded video and audio converter which could be more professional than the other two for its customizable settings. It can download video/audio from video sites like youtube. It can also rip unprotected DVDs, can convert almost every video and audio type, subtitles can be hard-coded into video, and can convert up to 8 videos at the same time. You can select between multiple audio and subtitle tracks or extract video or audio content as well. You may edit subtitles and audio delays or convert any part of a video. Effects like deinterlacing or cropping can be applied to videos.

The only cons is that there are no updates available since three years.

Author: Novus Lectio

You'll never know what you'll read next. Random lecture is what is all about but one thing is for sure, it's by the same author who wrote The Theory of Fate and Who Went Out of Africa

8 thoughts on “What about …#54”

    1. You can certainly BUT you need a machine in which you’ll put the tape and extract it to your computer. You may find it in certain stores nowadays. You can either find it in a pawn shop or you can search it online and buy it from ebay or I can search it for you and tell you where to buy it. Unless you can borrow it from a friend.
      I’m sorry that there are no other way.


    2. Or there are two other options.
      1. You can use a VPN (maybe I’ll tell you more about it in my next post) and then search for your songs for free, online and download them via torrent for instance, they will be in MP3.
      2. Search them in youtube and convert them in MP3 with one of those software.


  1. I love how you switch effortlessly between such disparate subjects. You’re a polymath, definitely! And yes, as Mel said, you are impressive!

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