Total Video Converter is a multi-format video converter, editor and player.
What can Total Video Converter do?
As video apps go, Total Video Converter handles bunches of formats. Not only can it convert between various file formats, it also can process videos for use on a multitude of mobile devices, for burning to DVD or uploading to the web.
Total Video Converter is also loaded with extra tools. There’s a basic video editor, a player, screenshot tool, game recorder and more. All of these tools are available by clicking on the main interface and don’t need a separate download.
Makes adding files very simple
Total Video Converter makes adding files for conversion very easy, with a nice, fluid drag and drop feature. This means you can stack up videos to be converted very quickly, leaving you time to get on with other things.
Overall, Total Video Converter is not a pleasant piece of software to use, though. It feels rough and frequently crashes, especially when you try to use the video editing tools. It’s not very attractive, and the interface is buggy – sometimes the buttons don’t even show up correctly.
When Total Video Converter does work, it’s fast, but it’s just so buggy that it doesn’t seem worth the effort. It’s frustrating and unintuitive, and although the help documentation does seem complete, using the app is so exasperating that we’d be surprised if you even made it that far.
Total Video Converter supports bunches of formats, but it’s so buggy the fact is pretty much irrelevant.
- Add a simple video editor which supports cutting and merging videos which are accurate to frame
- Flash video download supports Windows 7
- Flash video download supports MP4 download
- Add a new engine supporting Mts, M2TS, avi, rm video format
- Support 16k samples per second Nelly Moser audio