Convert Video Files with Miro Video Converter

I have a lot movies from over the years on my computer. Each one of those movies are usually a different file format that isn’t compatible with one of my devices. The solution I came up with is to convert each video file for when I needed them. Converting them comes in handy especially if you used HandBrake to rip a DVD in one format but need it in another. Here is how to convert video files with Miro Video Converter.

Convert Video Files

Converting video files with Miro is an easy process. All you need to do is download and install Miro Video Converter. Once you have Miro downloaded and installed you should see a window similar to the one below. This does depend on your operating system but Miro works with Windows, Mac, and Linux. So make sure you download the right version for your system.

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Once everything is done installing launch Miro. All you need to do next is locate the movie files you want to convert. Simply drag and drop them in Miro.

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After you dragged the movie file you wanted to convert go down to the setting. Here you can specify what format you want and some popular movie formats are grouped together. If you want to convert your video files into an Apple friend format click the Apple settings group. The same goes for Android and some other formats if you want to convert the video into them. Don’t forget to change your settings by clicking the gear icon over to the left. Here you can change the video size, aspect ratio, and locate the output folder.

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Once your done selecting your setting and specify what format you want your video press the convert button.

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This entire process might take a while depending on your computer and how big the video file is. So be patient. Once it is done, check the output file path for your converted movie.

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