video converter

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blade runner
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Mar 30, 2011, 3:23:35 AM via Website

I am not familiar with file converters or file sizes for that matter, but I noticed when downloading a television show from two different sources that one file size was a lot smaller, the mp4, while the other was a lot larger, the avi. It was the same show and there wasn't much difference in picture quality, so I don't know why one download was 60mb while the download from the other source was 341 MB! I just wanted to find a free video converter that has a high success rate of converting existing avi files to mp4.

Douglas Carter
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Mar 30, 2011, 8:15:56 PM via Website

Usually making one thread/post about a topic is enough to have it be seen, so in the future, please limit questions to one thread/post in the appropriate sub-forum.

Have you done a Google search and found any promising results? I personally can't recommend any converters in particular, as I don't do video conversion myself, but checking out the first few results in the link I attached would probably be a good place to start, unless someone else has some better suggestions.

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