Laptops from HP come in a huge range, from powerful workstations to slim and light ultra-portables. Regardless of what type of laptop you own however, at some point in time or other you may feel the need to convert videos from one format to another – whether it is to optimize it for some other device, or to save space on your laptop’s hard drive.
Although many people tend to steer clear of converting videos due to the prevailing perception that it is tricky and requires a technical understanding of video formats and settings – with the Movavi Video Converter that really isn’t the case. Instead, you’ll find that converting videos from one format to another is painless and easy and just takes a few simple steps:
- Add the video to the Movavi Video Converter by clicking on the ‘Add Video’ button and selecting it.
- Expand the ‘Convert to’ list and choose the appropriate format or select one of the presets that are available. There are hundreds of presets that cater to different devices and platforms – including support for online video sharing websites such as YouTube and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets too.
- Select a ‘Destination’ folder and click ‘Convert’ to start the conversion process.
If you need to convert more than one video, you can add multiple videos to the software at the same time. From there, just set the format that you want to convert it to – whether it is MOV to MP4, AVI, MPEG, or anything else for that matter.
Before you convert the video you may even want to edit it using the features available in the Movavi Video Converter to trim and join video segments, crop or rotate the video flame, enhance the video quality, add captions and watermarks, or even adjust the sound or create animated GIFs.
Each and every one of these features is designed to be intuitive and user-friendly so you’ll undoubtedly be able to figure out how to use them in a matter of minutes. Once you do, you’ll be able to exert a ton of control over the videos that you convert and be able to customize them in numerous ways so that they end up looking exactly the way you want them to and can be optimized further depending on the platform or device that you’re using.