Convert Your Blog Article To PDF For A Greater Reach

Blog to PDF

There are several reasons of why it might be useful to convert your blog articles to PDF. It’s an easy way to make the most out of your content and increase traffic to your blog and other websites. The best of all: you can do so by using content you already created. The blog articles you wrote already are your subjects of work, which means that you do not have to shed more blood, sweat

What You Need To Know About Flash & FLV

Flash FLV

At the beginning, there was Flash. Videos, banner ads, animations, streams – Flash movies and clips have been used on the internet for a long, long time. While the FLV format may be on the way out, it has still been a video standard for internet users all over the world. Today, we shall have a closer look at this common and loved, yet also heavily criticizes video format. We have a look at where

Test Our API On Your Computer

Test Our API On Your Computer

There are many different reasons, ways and methods how file conversion can make your life easier—online and offline. In this blog, we have talked about many different conversions and for what purpose you may need a free online conversion tool. However, we at Online-Convert.com don’t stop there! For developers of web and mobile applications, we provide a versatile and powerful API that allows you to integrate file conversion into your projects! For this purpose, we

What’s The Difference between MPEG-1 And MPEG-2

MPEG

On video.online.convert.com, you can convert movies and video clips into the most popular and widely supported video formats like AVI, MP4, MOV, WMV… and MPG. However, there are two very common standards for saving and converting your videos as MPG files: MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. In this blog article we want to give you a little guide in how to distinguish those two formats. What’s the big difference between MPEG-1 and MPEG-2? What do they have in

File Formats For Saving Files In Microsoft Word

In an earlier blog entry, we have talked about the file formats Microsoft Office programs can open. Included were Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel, Notepad, WordPad and of course the word processing flagship Microsoft Word. Knowing what files you can open with few or no struggle at all in Word is useful, no question, but what about saving documents in Microsoft Word? There is a big list of file formats you can export or save your writing