Video to Video Converter

Convert video and audio files such as WMV, AVI, MP3 and WAV with this free program

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  • Works under:

    Windows 8 / Windows Vista / Windows 7 / Windows XP

  • Program available in:In English
  • Program license:Free
  • Vote:
    7.8 (16)

Video to Video Converter is a freeware media conversion suite for Windows.

Video to Video Converter for Windows provides the tools you need to convert videos and audio files from one format to another. The program is freeware, which means that you can use it without cost or restriction. The developers have taken a straightforward and simple approach to media conversion, and this streamlined nature is a big reason why the app has managed to hold up over time.

Video to Video Converter provides a host of video and audio tools. It includes many video and audio profiles, and you can create and adjust profiles as needed. This is important since the program is providing access to the underlying codecs Windows has access to. You can expand functionality by installing new codecs and using profiles to refine their conversion behavior.

Many users won’t need to do that, however, since there are more than 200 input formats and 700 output presets provided out of the box. Almost all of the most prevalent codecs are supported by default, including DIVX, MPEG-4 and H264 on the video side and MP3, OGG and AC3 on the audio side. Built-in tools include a DVD ripper, video joiner, video splitter, ad remover and more.

The user interface is simplistic but extremely well-done. The UI is dynamic and able to show codec and media information it hasn’t been preconfigured to display. Despite that, the UI has a professional polish, and most users probably wouldn’t realize its iterating available resources unless told.

Video to Video Converter is resource-intensive and more so than many comparable applications. That may be a small price to pay for the convenience it provides. Even casual users will be converting their videos with little fuss. Nevertheless, those inefficiencies can add up to significant costs on large conversions, and although newer machines can power through, older PCs may be able to do little else.

Another point to consider is that Video to Video Converter is no longer actively developed. It’s final release while quite stable and polished is nevertheless final. There also isn’t official support for Windows versions beyond XP, but the program should work well enough in compatibility mode.


  • Simple media conversion
  • Video and audio tools


  • Resource-intensive

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