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iSkysoft iMedia Converter Giveaway

iSkysoft iMedia Converter is a powerful media converter and DVD ripper program for Windows that supports converting DVDs and videos to virtually any format or for playback on mobile devices like iPhone 4, iPad, iPod touch 4, iPod nano, Apple TV, PSP, Android phones and more. The program also includes a DRM removing feature that may be required if you intend to rip copyrighted DVDs for playback on your computer and mobile devices.

iMedia Converter supports a large number of video file formats – from the standard AVI, MP4, MPEG, MOV and MKV to HD video like HD AVI and MTS, TS, M2TS, TP. An equally large number of audio file formats are supported.


If you want to convert and transfer songs from your PC to your cell phone and not sure what audio or video formats are supported by your device, simply select your cell phone model from the list and the software will automatically choose the appropriate format with the optimum conversion settings to ensure smooth playback of your media. Alternatively, you can choose your own settings such as encoder, bitrates, sampling frequency, frame rate, resolution etc.

When converting videos or ripping DVDs you have the option to split a video into multiple part or join multiple videos into one. You can also crop the video according to the screen size of your player such as 16:9, 4:3, full screen, envelop, letterbox, etc., or adjust the brightness, saturation and contrast of the video, or add watermarks or some special effects to it.


We have in our hands 6 licenses of iMedia Converter which retails at $49 a piece. We are going to give these away to 6 lucky persons selected by a random draw. If you are interested in winning one, just leave your name and email address in the form below.

The contest closes on June 11.


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