Files Supported By Your PlayStation 4, PS Vita, and PSP

PS4
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As we have stated in our last week’s post about files supported by the Xbox One, we do not want to engage in the ongoing battle between console gamers. Whether you have a Xbox One or a PlayStation 4, we want to present to you the amount of information that you need. After covering the Xbox topic already, today we will have a look at games, discs, and file formats supported by the new generation of Sony’s PlayStation gaming consoles. Thus, we will have a look at the PS4 and PlayStation Vita, but also at the still beloved and often used PlayStation Portable (PSP).

PlayStation 4

Lets have a look at the big gaming console first. With regard to discs, the PS4 seems to be pretty limited when it comes to Backwards Compatibility. However, using the Gaikai Cloud streaming capability, games from various PlayStation generations can be played on the PS4 via emulation. However, the old hard discs and downloaded games from the PS1, PS2, and PS3 can not be played on the PS4.

Supported games and discs include:

  • Blu-ray discs (also in 3D)
  • DVDs (also in 3D)
  • PlayStation 4 discs
  • PlayStation 4 downloads
  • used PlayStation 4 games

When it comes to streaming services, the newest PlayStation generation supports the following services:

  • Amazon Instant Video
  • Crackle
  • Crunchyroll
  • Epix
  • Hulu Plus
  • IGN App
  • MLB.tv
  • Music Unlimited
  • NBA Game Time
  • Netflix
  • NFL Sunday
  • NHL
  • Redbox Instant
  • Video Unlimited
  • Vudu
  • YouTube
  • YuppTV

A feature of the PlayStation 4 is the PlayStation 4 Media Player. The player supports various audio, image, and video formats:

Audio

  • AAC
  • M4A
  • MP3

Image

  • BMP
  • JPEG
  • PNG

Video

  • AVCHD
  • AVI
  • M2TS
  • MKV
  • MP4

It is obvious that the list is not as exhaustive as the list of file formats supported by the Xbox One. However, if you want to listen to audio files like WMA, WAV, or AIFF, you can always use a reliable audio file converter to make them playable on your PS4. Same goes for video files with a MOV extension, for example. Convert them to a supported video file using a video converter.

PlayStation Vita & PlayStation Portable

The PS Vita is the newest handheld console from Sony, succeeding the PSP. Since those two are portable gaming consoles, it is not uncommon to also use them as mobile video and music playing devices. The following video, audio, and image files can be transferred to the PS Vita and PSP to be watches and played “on the go”:

PS Vita

Audio

  • MP3
  • MP4
  • WAV

Image

  • BMP
  • GIF
  • JPEG
  • MPO
  • PNG
  • TIFF

Video

  • MP4

PSP

Audio

  • MP3
  • MP4
  • WAVE
  • WMA

Image

  • BMP
  • GIF
  • JPEG
  • PNG
  • TIFF

Video

  • AVI
  • MP4

Tips For Recording An Audition Audio File

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In order to ensure that you make it big as a recording artist you will have to ensure that you get the audition audio file spot on. You may sound great but if you are looking to record an audition audio file, there are certain things that you can do in order to ensure that the audio quality doesn’t fall apart. Therefore, we have decided to provide you with some of the best tips for recording an audition audio file.

Get a Quality Microphone

One of the first things that you will have to do when you are recording an audition audio file is invest in a good quality microphone. This will guarantee that you will not have any issues with the audio quality, since the microphone will ensure that the voice doesn’t break up. You don’t have to purchase an expensive microphone, since you can easily find a decent microphone without breaking the bank. You can even find one on rent, but one thing is for sure, you will have to acquire a quality microphone if you want to make sure that you record the very best audition audio file.

Maintain a Consistent Environment

In the ideal scenario, you should be recording in a recording studio, but since not every scenario is ideal, you should prepare for all contingencies. This means that you will have to record in an environment where there are zero disturbances and no echo as well. Any distortion in the voice will not sound well in the recording and you will not have great results for the audition audio file. Finding a consistent and stable environment is the key, since the better the recording environment, the more quality you will have in the audio file.

Get Rid of Ambient Noise

Ambient noise can be a deal breaker, especially if you want to get your recording quality top notch. Make sure that there is no noise that is distorting the recording quality, since ambient noise can disrupt the sound quality. Make sure that the recording environment is peaceful and that there are no other factors that are creating the ambient noise while you are recording your audition audio file.

Dampen the Sound

Once you are in the recording phase of your audition audio file, you can’t make too many mistakes, since that will only drag the recording process and stop you from achieving the best possible results for your audition. In a recording studio the walls can absorb the sound and that ensures that you get the perfect recording environment. If you aren’t recording in a studio, you need to ensure that you dampen the sound by ensuring that you take the right steps. This will not only enhance the quality of the sound for your recording session but will also provide you with the best audition audio file as well.

Choose the right Format

Depending on the software you are using for the recording, there are strict limitations in which format you can export your audition audio file. There are many factors to keep in mind. Best is to record your audition using a lossless audio format to maintain the best quality. Check out what options you have to record lossless audio and choose wisely.

However, there are still different lossless – and of course also lossy – audio file extensions. Always send the one requested. If you are not able to export your recording in the requested format, you can easily convert your audition audio file to one of many common audio file formats.


 

So if you are looking to record an audition audio file, follow these tips to get the right results.

Files Supported By Xbox One

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No, we will not engage in the ever going fight between console users. We do not state that the XBOX One is Better than the PS4, or vice versa. Instead, we will give all Xbox One users an interesting and informative overview of the discs, files, and streaming services that are supported by their console of choice.

Discs and Games

Contrary to the predecessor Xbox 360, the Xbox One has an in-build Blu-Ray drive, enabling the Xbox One users to watch Blu-Ray movies on their console.

Unfortunately, the Xbox One does not support Backwards Compatibility – at least not in the common way. Xbox and Xbox 360 game discs do not run on the newest generation console. However, using the Xbox Preview Program, certain games trigger the download of so-called compatible files. A list of which games are supported can be found here. You can also vote for new games to be supported here.

However, the following hard discs and games are supported by the Xbox One:

  • Blu-ray discs
  • Xbox One discs
  • Xbox One Downloads
  • Used Xbox One games

Media Files

Using the Xbox Media Player, a variety of audio and video files with different codecs can be viewed, played, and displayed on the Xbox One. The app supports these file formats:

Audio

  • 3GP
  • AAC
  • ADTS
  • MP3
  • WAV
  • WMA

Image

  • BMP
  • JPEG
  • GIF (with animation)
  • PNG
  • TIFF

Video

  • 3GP
  • 3GP2
  • ASF
  • AVI
  • H.264
  • M2TS
  • M-JPEG
  • MKV
  • MOV
  • MP4
  • WMV

While this list is rather big, there are still some formats that are not supported by the Xbox One Media Player. If you want to watch DSLR Raw image files, for example, you would have to convert them to a supported format like JPEG first. OPUS or iTunes music stored in AIFF need to be converted to MP3 or another supported audio format first. And for unsupported video files, there is still the possibility to convert them to supported video files.

Streaming Services

Streaming is the new and convenient way to watch your favorite programs. Thus, the Xbox One also supports various streaming services, especially video streaming services:

  • Amazon Instant Video
  • Crackle
  • Crunchyroll
  • Epix
  • ESPN
  • HBO Go
  • Hulu Plus
  • IGN
  • MLB.tv
  • Netflix
  • NHL
  • redbox instant
  • Twitch TV
  • Vimeo
  • Vudu
  • YouTube

Best Open Source Video and Music Players

Video and Music Player
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Computers function as full entertainment systems by now. This means that the programs you have on your computer must be able to play music as well as videos and movies. On Windows computers, you have the Windows Media Player for this, and Mac users oftentimes rely on the Quicktime Player.

However, there are formats that are not supported by those operating system native programs. Over the past years, they have developed, featuring more settings, features, and functions. Yet, some open source programs still offer a better handling, a more pleasing design, and more functions to enhance your viewing or listening pleasure.

This is the reason why we decided to give you a short overview of free open source video and music players for your desktop computer – whether it is running on Windows or Mac OS.

VLC Player

VLC is probably the number one go-to Media Player across all kinds of operating systems. Versions of the player are available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Unix, and others. Furthermore, there are versions of the VLC Player for mobile devices as well that run on either iOS or Android.

The universal media player is also easy to customize. Many different apps and extensions can be added to the player, expanding it with regard to available functions and features. All extensions can be seen here. Furthermore, the player supports subtitles and different audio tracks, as well as changes in playback speed, brightness and contrast, and hue and saturation.

VLC features a great variety of different video and audio codecs that are supported without any further codec packs needed. The following files can be watched or listened to in the VLC Player:

  • 3GP
  • ASF
  • AVI
  • FLV
  • MKV
  • MOV
  • MP4
  • MPEG
  • MXF
  • OGM
  • WMV
  • AAC
  • FLAC
  • MIDI
  • MP3
  • OGG
  • WAV
  • WMA

Next to playing music and video files stored on your computer’s hard drive, the player also supports DVDs, CDs, VCDs, Webcam streams, and some other streaming services as well. For more information about streaming services supported, please refer here.

KM Player

The KM Player is, albeit not as well known as the VLC Player, a very versatile media player. However, it is not available for as many operating systems and devices. There is a desktop version available for computers running on Windows, as well as apps for iOS and Android devices. Via the beta version of KMP Connect, several devices with the KM Player installed can be connected. Thus, the music and movie library can be accessed from a mobile phone as well as from a laptop.

Subtitles and different audio tracks are also supported by the KM Player.

In the following, you find an extracted list of file formats supported by the KM Player. Similar to the VLC Player, several video and audio codecs are supported by the media player.

  • 3GP
  • ASF
  • AVI
  • FLV
  • MKV
  • MOV
  • MP4
  • MPG
  • MPEG
  • OGM
  • RM
  • TS
  • VOB
  • WMV
  • AAC
  • CDA
  • FLAC
  • M4A
  • MID
  • MKA
  • MP2
  • MP3
  • OGG
  • RA
  • WAV
  • WMA

Additionally to playing files stored on the hard drive, the KM Player supports the playback of Blu-Ray discs, DVDs, audio and video CDs, and Webcam support.

PotPlayer

Another media player that is distributed under open source standards is the PotPlayer. Developed from the former KM Player developers, the Daum PotPlayer has a very striking similarity with the previously named media player. However, the player is only available for Windows computers.

Next to brightness and contrast settings, users of the PotPlayer also have access to an audio equalizer.

On the official website as well as around the net, it is stated that the player supports most video and audio formats, however, there is no complete list available. Next to video and audio files, the PotPlayer also supports playback of Webcam recordings and analog as well as digital TV.

Winamp

Initially not free, Winamp has been around the interwebs for a long time. Since version 2, the player is distributed as freemium. The media player is available for both Mac OS and Windows computers. Furthermore, there is a version available for Android phones and tablets.

Several plug-ins and different skins enable the user to customize Winamp to their liking.

The following file formats, among others, are supported by Winamp:

  • ASF
  • ASX
  • AVI
  • FLV
  • MKV
  • MP4
  • MPEG
  • MPG
  • M2V
  • SWF
  • WebM
  • WMV
  • AAC
  • AIF, AIFF
  • CDA
  • FLAC
  • M4A
  • MID, MIDI
  • MOD
  • MP3
  • OGG
  • VOC
  • WAV
  • WMA

In addition, audio CDs also supported by Winamp.

Operating System Audio CD Playback DVD Playback Blu-Ray Playback
VLC Player
  • Windows, Windows Phone
  • Mac OS, iOS
  • Android
  • Linux, Unix
Y Y N
KM Player
  • Windows
  • iOS
  • Android
 Y  Y  N
PotPlayer
  • Windows
 Y  N N
Winamp
  • Windows
  • Android
 Y  N N

Convert Tracker Music Files To MP3

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Image by Marcin Wichary http://bit.ly/1GChEeD

Do you remember tracker music?

Back in the 1980’s, a new and up to then pretty unique way to make music appeared. Using so-called music sequencer software, users of the Commodore Amiga were able to create music. The focus of this kind of music was mostly on creating soundtracks for video games.

Using Online-Convert.com you can now convert your tracker music into more modern and commonly supported music file formats! On the occasion of this newly added support, we decided to have a look at tracker music, the file formats associated with it, and how you can turn your tracker “songs” into MP3 or other audio formats.

What Is Tracker?

Tracker music contains of independent musical notes that are arranged in one of several channels in a set time frame. The interface of a music tracker is numeric, and commands can be entered via a computer keyboard. Thus, the entered commands form a pattern consisting of letters, numbers, and other digits. These patterns can have independent timelines. Combined, they create a so-called master list of concatenated patterns, representing one “song”.

For a list of music tracker programs you can click here.

Tracker
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Over the Years

Tracker music was especially popular because the files were agreeably small while retaining a certain quality. This was especially important in the 1990’s when data was still saved on floppy disks that provide restricted storage space. Trackers were also widely used for music playback on portable devices like the Game Boy Advance.

Even though tracker music files got replaced by other music files over time, the tracks are still popular with nowadays electronic music.

Tracker Music Files

The file formats in which tracker music is stored are commonly known as module files. However, there are several different file extensions for such modules. The files contain information about the instrument samples used, as well as a sequence list which tells the player when to play which note, tone, or effect.

The following list lists the ones that are supported by our online converter:

Modules Supported By Online-Convert.com

  • 669
  • ABK
  • AMD
  • AMF
  • DBM
  • DIGI
  • DTM
  • EMOD
  • FAR
  • FNK
  • GDM
  • HSC
  • IMF
  • IT
  • J2B
  • LIQ
  • MDL
  • MET
  • MFP
  • MGT
  • MTM
  • MTN
  • OKT
  • PSM
  • PTM
  • RAD
  • RTM
  • S3M
  • SFX
  • SMP
  • STIM
  • STM
  • STX
  • ULT
  • UMX
  • WOW
  • XM

Convert Modules to MP3

… or another audio file format. If you created your own song using a tracker music software, or whether you stumbled upon great modules online (for example on sites like ModArchive.org), it can be vital for you to transform them into audio files that a bigger audience can use. MP3, WAV, AAC, or AIFF files are supported by most music players – on the pc, on mobile devices, or when burnt onto a CD.

Lets have a look at how easy it is to convert your MOD file into a more widely distributed audio file. For demonstration purpose, we will use the “A Winter Kiss” track from ModArchive which was published in the public domain.

Navigate to audio.online-convert.com/convert-to-mp3 or any other audio converter, and choose the file you want to convert. A Winter Kiss is an XM file. Then, hit the “Convert File” button.

Tracker

Once the conversion is done, you can find the converted audio file in your usual download directory on your computer (or on your cloud storage, if you chose to save it to Dropbox or Google Drive).

Et voilà, your MOD was turned into an universally supported music file!

Tracker

The New Music Apps Worth Downloading Right Now

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Ever since some of the top apps just disappeared, millions of users have been on the lookout for the next best thing. It depends a lot on what kind of music you like to listen to. If you are simply looking to download something from the big labels, then look up Rdio or Spotify. On the other hand, if you want to find independent and new musicians, you might want to check out Bandcamp or Soundcloud.

Here are the apps that make things a lot easier for you when it comes to finding the kind of music that you like.

Noise.Supply

This is a website powered by SoundCloud. You can find a song that you like on SoundCloud and use its URL in Noise Supply. You will hear the same song and then another one that is similar to it.

The design is really simple, the site is a product from the creators of DogeCoin and Jackson Palmer, the creator has planned on adding a bunch of features in the coming months.

Music Suggestions Ninja

The website is powered by YouTube and all you have to do is type in the name of an artist or a band and this tool will start making a playlist just for you, which will consist of Artists that the software thinks you might like.

QCast

This app is compatible with iOS, Android, and Chromecast. When you are left with the task of picking music for a social gathering, it is never easy, especially since everyone likes to hear different kinds of music. This app allows everyone at the party who has a Smartphone to add in tracks from Spotify or Google Play.

Songhop

Songhop is compatible with iOS and helps you discover the latest jams on your iPhone. It does not play the full versions of songs, just the short samples, which means it is less of a radio station and a lot like a music discovery service. You listen to several tracks and then make note of the ones you like in particular.

If you know how to use tinder, then this will be a lot easier for you, as the app makes use of the same tinder swipe system.

Spotifree

This is compatible with Windows and Mac. Spotify offers you ad supported and free version of their services. This means that you can listen to all the music you want to without any charge. Spotifree mutes spotify’s volumes while there are ads playing in the back. The ads don’t stop though.

When you are downloading audio files check out the ways you can you can convert the audio files into the formats you prefer.

Tips On Recording Narration On Your Own

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In current day and age, you really do not have to be an engineer to be able to record anything. However, if you do plan on DIY a recording project for a narration, make sure that you stick to some of these handy tips to record high quality audios.

Place Your Microphone at the Right Distance from Yourself

People who place the mic to close to their mouths are only making things worse; the resulting audio recording is a clipping sound with distortions. In the same way, if the mic is too far away, the recording picks up on less comprehendible ambient noises.

The ideal distance is between 6 to 12 inches from the narrator; here you will easily get a clear, crisp voice.

Record A Demo First

A demo is very important for you to test not just how you sound but whether all the equipment are working as you expect. It is frustrating when you find that you are through the entire narration and something had been wrong which you over looked. So save yourself time and effort with a quick demo.

Listen To The Playback With Headphones

Listening to the resulting audio file in an isolated manner is the best way to find any minor problems. If you use speakers, you may not be able to tell which sound is part of the audio file and not from your real life surroundings.

Stick to Simply The Audio

If you are recording your audio file with the help of some e-learning app or software, you may be prompted syncing animations with the audio that you record. It is easy to get distracted trying to time the narration exactly with the ongoing animation. This is something that can easily be noted by the audience. Therefore, it is very important that you prioritize your recording over the animations and capture the best narration possible without having to time the animations.

Make Your Script Easy To Understand

Make sure that you practice reading the script more than once and try to make the tone conversational. If you are stumbling over words incorporated in the script, it is best that you replace them with easier words.

Record While Standing

When you record while standing, you are better able to breathe and are more energized in delivering the lines. If you must sit, do not slouch and make sure your chin is sticking out.

Have Liquids Available Around You

You will need to keep your vocal chords hydrated, so make sure that you have water or mild tea near you when you are recording. Your narration can be as long as you want. However, make sure that you avoid carbonated beverages, dairy products, and coffee for this purpose.

Lossless File Formats

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It does not matter if you are making use of music, images, or plain video files; everyone needs to understand what various types of formats are and how to use them. By this we mean, by using the right format, you can retain a file’s audio and visual quality without making it too big in size.

Many people prefer to make use of lossless music files. Lossless are the files that reproduce exactly what you have on CD without any loss in quality. It can also offer its users high resolution with sample rates superior to that of CD.

One of the major benefits of lossless files is that when it is decompressed, it becomes a replica of digital downloads or CD. Once you rip a CD to lossless and play it back on any software you desire the file will be converted into the exact same digital stream as was on the original CD.

What Is the Difference between Lossy and Lossless Formats

RAW format is what we refer to as Lossless format because it preserves the file’s original data. While you may call JPEG lossy format as some data is always lost when we covert it to JPEG format. Here are some more examples of the lossy and lossless formats.

  • Images in GIF and JPEG formats are lossy, while PNG, BMP and Raw are lossless formats for images.
  • Audio files in OGG, MP4 and MP3 are lossy formats, while files in ALAC, FLAC and WAV are all lossless.

Some lossless formats also offer compression. For instance, WAV is entirely uncompressed but takes up a lot of space. ALAC and FLAC are lossless audio files that have the same data as the WAV file. These files use a type of compression to make smaller sized files. These two formats also retain all the data while compressing. But these are still bigger than the MP3 files. MP3 files omit a lot of data.

Should Lossy Be Converted To Lossless

Now it makes sense that we only right the digital wrongs, and convert back all our lossy audio files back to lossless, but unfortunately, it does not work that way. When you rip from an audio CD to an MP3 file, which is a lossy format, you lose a lot of data. Now when you convert it to, say, a lossless format like FLAC, you are only getting a bigger sized file and none of the data is lost. The new audio file will be just as good as the MP3 file is.

Now it is also a bad idea to convert lossy files into other types of lossy files. More data is thrown away. It is like taking a photocopy of a photocopy, as none of the copies are as good as the original.

But if you plan on converting the lossless formats to lossy directly, then that could work well for you. If you rip an audio CD to FLAC, you will end up with a file that is just as good as the CD.

Song Conversion 101

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You may think that there is not much to converting an audio file that you downloaded from iTunes. It is true that it’s simple, but did anyone ever tell you the mechanics behind it all. Here is how you can convert a song from iTunes to a different file format and keep a copy of the original intact.

When you are converting files from a compressed format to an uncompressed one, for example converting an MP3 file to an AIFF one, the sound quality will remain the same. But if you are converting between two compressed files, then you will easily notice the sound quality has gone down.

Now the solution to this is that for best results, you might want to import the original audio file using a different encoding method.

To convert the format, you need to follow the steps given below:

  1. Go to iTunes Preferences. If you are using Windows, you might have to select edit first and then click on Preferences.
  2. Click on the General button and then select Importing Settings.
  3. From here, you will see the Import Using menu as a pop up. Choose the encoding format you desire and click OK.
  4. Next, choose the songs from your library and move on to File and from there Create New Version. The menu will show options for: MP3, AAC, AIFF, WAV and Apple Lossless.

If there are some songs that you have not imported to iTunes yet, you can do that now, and after that convert them then and there. Based on your preferences, a converted copy will be made of the file in the iTunes library. If you want to convert all the songs in the library then hold the Option key if you are using Mac or the Shift key if you are using Windows, and select File, then Create New Version, and then click on Convert. The Import preference setting will easily match what you chose in step number 3.

iTunes will automatically ask you for the location of the folder you want to import and have it converted. And viola all the songs will be converted just like that.

Compressed Data

When you are converting a song, some of the data can be lost because of the way some formats compress it. Because of this reason, sometimes the formats are called ‘lossy’ formats. There is a benefit of using such formats; the file sizes are always a lot smaller which means you can always store a lot more songs in the same amount of disk space. The downside of this is that the sound quality will not be what you expect it to be, that is the quality you heard from the compressed file. That being said, if you are using a really good pair of headphones or speakers, you might not be able to tell the difference at all.

Remember, once you compress a song file, (that is forcefully let go of some of its data) you will not receive that lost data back by uncompressing it.

Online-Convert: It’s That Easy To Use

Easy Usage
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Are you the type of person who dreads turning that computer on every day because you are sure it is secretly out to get you? When your fancy new television set beeps, do you worry that an explosion will follow? Do you have to ask your kids for help when you want to check your phone messages?

If this sounds like you, you may think that “converting” files on your computer is way out of your league – and you may wonder why you would ever want to do that, anyway.

What is file conversion?

Technology and the Internet have a way of bringing the world to our doorstep – have you noticed that it is extremely easy to get exactly what you want within seconds of deciding you want it?

However, that doesn’t mean that everyone who uses technology is on the same page. Sometimes the thing you want – video, audio, or a text file – is out there, but it is not in a format that your computer can use.

Online-Convert.com can help. If you can get a hold of that file, we can make it work for you!

Why would I want to “convert” my files?

Let’s say you are working with a new client, and they have sent you a document in a format that your computer doesn’t recognize – you can’t get it to open, and when you finally do it looks like a bunch of nonsense. Instead of calling tech support (or your teenage son or daughter, who you usually call for help), make it easy on yourself by using online file conversion. All you have to do is upload the document to Online-Convert.com, click a button, and we’ll do the rest.

But you can do even more.

If you really want to impress those at work, how about creating a YouTube video of your latest proposal? YouTube is notoriously easy to use – however, when you want to upload music or photos or video to use in your video, it has to be in a specific format.
This used to mean spending hours trying to figure out how to work with the file you want, spending hours searching the Internet for a version you can use, or scrapping the idea altogether.
But not anymore – an online video converter can help. It even lets you apply special effects or enhance images during conversion, so that your video can really impress.

Or maybe you have a file that you would prefer to take home with you, and you wish there was some way to put it on your Kindle or other e-reader. No problem – this is easily taken care of with a few clicks using an eBook converter.

Or perhaps, years ago, you purchased some music online, but it is the wrong format for a device you’ve bought recently. Don’t give up on ever hearing your favorite tunes again, because Online-Convert.com can help you with that, too!

Online-Convert makes you look like a computer expert

You don’t have to have a degree in computer science to use Online-Convert. You don’t even have to pay a fee! Even signing up is optional; however it is for free and provides you with some additional features.

With Online-Convert, it’s like you are suddenly a computer expert. Your kids and colleagues will be impressed.


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