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Tipard AMV Video Converter can help you re-encode video to AMV format, supported by many MP3 and MP4 players. The application’s interface is perfectly suited for batch media conversion. As it is very intuitive per se and looks very similar to other converters, most users will probably have no difficulty while using it.
In keeping with its batch processing feature, the converter allows adding not only individual files but also complete folders. Multiple audio and video formats are supported as input. The imported files can be previewed thanks to a built-in player; and while you watch the movies, you can take snapshots of your favorite frames. If the imported files contain various streams, you can choose one of the available audio tracks or subtitles. However, you are not allowed to embed subtitles from external files.
Various editing functions are supported by this tool, which turns it into a basic editor. Thus, you can exclude unwanted regions of the video frame, add text or graphical watermarks and merge multiple clips. Regrettably, it lets you extract just one segment from each source clip.
As this is a converter with a specific purpose, the range of output formats is rather restricted. In fact, AMV and MTV (based on MKV) are the only supported video formats. However, it lets you extract audio from video since such audio formats as MP3, MP2 and WAV can also be set as output. The target profiles can be customized by always within the limits imposed by their based formats.
All in all, Tipard AMV Video Converter works as expected as it allowed me to perform some conversions successfully. It is advisable that you check if it really matches your needs before spending any money on it because the range of output formats is undoubtedly very narrow.
- It has an intuitive interface
- It supports batch conversion
- It supports various editing functions
- It does not allow embedding subtitles from external files
- Only a segment can be extracted from each clip
- It has a limited range of output formats