Free Audio and Video Converter



A professional audio/video (AV) converter, iWisoft Free Video Converter, offers to users for free to convert AV files from one format to another suitable for playback on various digital devices.

iWisoft Free Video ConverterThis free program is ideally designed for ease of use with a clean user interface — just add a file, select an output profile and folder, click the Start button and the conversion begins right away for you.

Most popular AV input and output formats are supported. For output, you can choose common AV formats, or select a format suitable for playback on an MP3 or MP4 player, iPod, iPhone or any other digital devices listed in the menu from the program.

A default output profile does not suit your need? You can adjust it by selecting a suitable AV codec, bit rate, frame rate, video size, aspect ratio, audio channel, sample rate or volume level from a drop-down menu. Your setting can be saved as a user defined profile for subsequent uses.

What's more? Some basic editing functions, such as cropping, trimming, merging, adding watermark, capturing, etc., are included in the program, with a built-in player for a preview too.


File Size: 8.9 MB
System: Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7.


See also: Other freeware products in Best Free Audio / Video Format Conversion Program

Note from Gizmo: I've given this program a pretty thorough test by installing it in a VM under the watchful eye of Avira AntiVir, Prevx 3 and Comodo firewall. Actually installing a product is a much more powerful way of detecting malware than simply scanning a file though for safety, you need to do this in a VM or sandbox. Anyway, neither AntiVir or PrevX reported any problems and Comodo raised no alarms  As a result I'm confident in saying the malware detections reported by some users in the comments below were false positives. In other words you can install this program with confidence.


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Avidemux or XMedia Recode work well for me and neither has the bundled crapware which comes with the odious Freemake or the invasive logo watermarks added to Freemake conversions. iWisoft is too heavy on resources and too slow in my opinion.

iWisoft Free Video Converter produces highly effective and technically sound outcomes. My one concern rests in its operating in real time -- a video with a two-hour running time will take two hours to convert. I can't attest to this being the case for all formats, but it is for conversions to .mp4.

Freemake is so invasive, I barely have any bandwidth left. I had to install a linux system to remove it entirely, even after taking ownership of ALL of Freemake's files. Now that I'm rid of it, I'm back shopping for a new contender.

Freemake Audio & Freemake Video Converters are now ruling the free a/v conversion market.