From Jacek Pazera:
Free MOV to AVI Converter is a free program that converts QuickTime videos (MOV, QT) to AVI or MPG (MPEG-1, MPEG-2).
To display MOV video without the need to install additional codecs from Apple, you need to convert that file into more common format, such as AVI or MPG. The program has a number of predefined settings (profiles) specially designed for novice users. While more advanced users can customize video and audio encoding parameters used by encoder: audio and video codec, audio and video bitrate, fps, sampling frequency, resolution, volume and other.
The Free MOV to AVI Converter interface is a very simple and user-friendly. To convert video files, just drag & drop them into main window and click the CONVERT button.
Shouldn't have to give any stars at all. But then the software is fine, it's the adware that comes with the so-called downloader from this site the is really bad. After I downloaded it from download dot com I spent 2 hours trying to figure out how to get the adware off of my computer. Second time this has happened recently. I used to trust this site, appears something has changed and I will no longer be using download dot com.
Beware of what you download from here. The loading process infests your computer with adware.
Thanks for pointing out what I've been saying for almost a year. Download.com isn't what it used to be. They give 4 star ratings to programs that are loaded with unwanted ****. They used to have my trust, now I don't believe any of their reviews. I go straight to the user reviews. SHAME ON YOU download.com & CNET.
Does what is says and easy to use. Enabled a mov file to be used with Pinnicle 10 to make a home DVD.
None to speak of.
Worked suburb to convert a mov file to avi in order to use the file with an older version of Pennicle 10 without spending $$. If a simple utility is needed without a lot of bells and whistles is all you need, this is the solution.
It installed snap.do on my computer (without asking) and it then took me a day to get it all off. Was buried pretty deep in the system registry etc. It was eventually removed after I uninstalled Pazera and got rid of the download and the install exe
1. Like other reviewers I was disappointed that CNET carry this crap 2. I am even more disappointed that after the bad reviews they still carry it 3. I learnt to read the reviews and not just trust CNET 4. I learnt to remove snap.do which is a fairly nasty piece of malware 5. I wonder what a horrible, miserable life you must have, if you go to work each day and create this sort of crap. You must really hate yourself and the world