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1.Introduction
 
What's New?
Understanding User Interface
 
Menus
Toolbar
Supported Media Formats
Getting Started
 
Add Files
Search Files
Sessions
Working With Web Media
Video Format Settings
 
3GP and 3G2
AVI and DV-AVI
Flash Video and SWF
MPEG 1
MPEG 2 DVD
MPEG 4 and MPEG 4 HD
QuickTime
Video and Audio Properties
Change Conversion Settings
Audio Format Settings
 
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AMR
M4A
MP3
Ogg Vorbis
WAV
WMF
Device Profiles
 
Apple
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Tools
 
Apply Effects
Split Media File
Rip Audio CDs
Create Playlist
Folder Watcher
Repair Media File
Extract Only Audio
Transfer Files to Sony PSP
Transfer Files to Apple iPod
Application Settings
 
General Settings
Proxy Server
Advanced Settings
Troubleshooting
 
FAQ's
Having Trouble Adding Files for Conversion?
Issues while Converting Files
Recomended Solutions For Conversion Problem
Resources
 

Digital Media Converter Pro 4.13


Configure General Settings

Click Tools >> Settings >> General.

Conversion Options

Your media files are by default converted to WMV format.  You can choose a different format for your converted files by clicking the Change button.

Enable the option Force audio and video synchronization if the audio and video of converted files are not synchronized.  Since the setting is applied to every file in the conversion list, it is a good idea to select only files that you know have synchronization problems and convert them.

When converting a audio file to a video format, since there are no images, a blank video is added to the output file.

Note: Some players cannot play audio to video format files which contain no video at all.

Interlaced videos are high quality recorded videos with low bandwidth.  But interlaced videos exhibits motion artifacts when two fields are combined and displayed at the same moment.  Some video file types from the television and video cameras are interlaced.  When played on a computer, interlaced video can be less sharper than non-interlaced.  Enable the option De-interlace the Video to improve the quality of Interlaced Videos for maximum sharpness while you are converting an interlaced video to another format.

Note: De-interlacing video that is not interlaced reduces the quality, so do not use this feature on non-interlaced video files.

Digital Media Converter Pro can save its current state—the file list and all conversion settings—as a Session.  Enable the option Always ask whether to save conversion list before application exit so that you are asked for saving the current session.

Windows Media Center PC's record TV shows in DVR-MS and WTV formats.  The option Remove Commercials from Windows TV Recorded files permanently eliminates the commercial segments from recorded video files.  This setting reduces video file size without loosing the quality.

You can choose to automatically turn off your computer after the conversion by enabling the option Shut down computer after conversion is complete.  Now you don't have to wait till long files are converted.

Downloader Settings

You can download up to five media files at a time.  Set the appropriate value in the Number of concurrent download field.  Default value set is 2.  However, you can increase the value if your Internet connection is fast.

Choose Output File Location

Save converted file in same location as original folder: All the files that you convert to a different format will be saved in the same folder along with the original files.

Use the following output folder for all converted files: By default, this option is selected.  All your converted files will be saved in Documents in a folder named Converted.  To change the folder either type the path or click on Browse.



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