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Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is free for a week

The guys over at Wondershare is organizing a giveaway for Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate, a total solution for DVD ripping, video/audio converting, online video downloading, video burning. The software, which is priced at $69.95, will be available for free download from Sep 20 to Sep 26 on their Facebook page. (The page is yet to be updated at the time of this writing.)

Software Description:

Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate is a total solution for DVD ripping, video and audio converting, online video downloading, video burning and file transferring, helps you download videos from online video-sharing sites, enjoy your favorite DVD movies and videos (including DRM files) on popular mobile devices, transfer files to iPod, iPad, iPhone without iTunes. Besides, you also can burn all nice videos to DVD discs. 5X faster conversion speed boosted with NVIDIA® CUDA.


Various videos supported

  • Rip DVDs to videos such as MP4, MPG, WMV, FLV, SWF, etc;
  • Convert HD videos, camcorder videos, DRM protected videos and YouTube videos to common video formats;
  • Extract audio from DVD and video as MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, M4A, etc.

Enable converted files to be compatible widely

  • Convert DVD and video on any other players for iPod, iPhone (including iPhone 4, iOS 4), Apple TV, PSP, and other mobile devices;
  • Let your converted DVD and video be compatible with popular applications like QuickTime, iMovie, iDVD, iTunes, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc;
  • Allow you to upload converted files to YouTube, Google, Yahoo!, MySpace for sharing with others.

Download YouTube videos with ease

  • Enter a video URL to directly download videos from YouTube, Google, Yahoo!, MySpace and other video-sharing sites;
  • Convert downloaded videos to applications and devices mentioned above.

Transfer audio and files to portable devices

  • Intelligently recognize connected USB devices such as iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, etc;
  • Transfer converted DVDs, videos and audios to iPad, iPod and iPhone without iTunes;
  • Directly import files from USB devices like mobile phones and camcorders for converting and editing.

Make DVD with favorite videos

  • Burn converted and downloaded videos to DVD discs to preserve the videos;
  • Selected free provided DVD menu templates to make your DVD unique. You can also choose your favorite picture and song as the DVD menu background image and music.

Practical video editing functionalities

  • Cut off unwanted borders from a video frame to feature a highlight by cropping videos;
  • Rotate videos and get your video to appear right side up;
  • Clip and merge video clips to make a creative movie by your own;
  • Add watermark to make your videos unique and in case of abuse.

User-friendly and easy-to-use

  • Customizable video brightness, contrast, saturation, resolution, etc;
  • Allow you to take snapshot of DVD movies and videos;
  • Multi-task conversion saves your time a lot;
  • A concise user interface with only a few of buttons to make your work easier.


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