Author Topic: No-bull freeware video converter?  (Read 22 times)

Offline BrooksElliot

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No-bull freeware video converter?
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2020, 02:43:11 PM »
Back in the late 2000s and early 2010s I used to use Super for my video conversion. It was slow but it worked. Then in 2015 I found Freemake Video Converter, which was faster, had a nicer interface and was entirely free. It was really nice!

But now Freemake is basically crippleware and inserts their own logo at the end of converted videos, and I've read that Super forces third party software down your throat as a condition for using the "Free" version which is pretty sad for something that used to be completely free and with no bullshit thrown at.

Basically I want to know what are my options for a freeware video converter for windows that's not gonna be crippleware or a trojan horse of some sort.