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FormatFactory

FormatFactory
Computer icon of FormatFactory 2.60
FormatFactory 3.2 in Windows 8
Developer(s) Chen Jun Hao[1]
Stable release 3.5.0 (November 25, 2014 (2014-11-25)[2])
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Available in 62 different languages[3]
Type Transcoder
License Freeware
Website .com.pcfreetimewww[1]
.com.formatozwww
FormatFactory is an ad-supported freeware multimedia converter that can convert video, audio, and picture files. It is also capable of ripping DVDs and CDs to other file formats, as well as creating .iso images. It can also join multiple video files together into one. FormatFactory supports the following formats:
Video formats Audio formats Picture formats

3GP (.3gp)
MPEG-1 (.mpg)
Matroska (.mkv)
Flash Video (.flv)
SWF (.swf)
MPEG-4 Part 14 (.mp4)
Audio Video Interleave (.avi)
Windows Media Video (.wmv)
RealMedia Variable Bitrate (.rmvb)
VOB (Video Object) (DVD file) (.vob)
QuickTime File Format (QTFF) (.mov)

MP3
Ogg
Wave Sound (.wav)
Adaptive Multi-Rate (.amr)
Windows Media Audio (.wma)
Advanced Audio Coding (.aac)
MIDI (.mid)

.JPG
.PNG
.ICO
.BMP
.GIF
.TIF
.TGA

See also

References

  1. ^ a b FormatFactory v2.60, 4 November 2010, About dialog box 
  2. ^ "Format Factory". www.pcfreetime.com. Retrieved 27 November 2014. 
  3. ^ "Languages". Format Factory - Free media file format converter. pcfreetime.com (Official web site). Retrieved 11 April 2012.  (Note: Front page of the official web site says: “Supports 60 languages”)

External links

  • Official website
  • Review and tutorial on CNet
  • (German) Review on Stern's web site
  • (German) Round-up review in netzwelt
  • (Russian) Round-up review in Computerra
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