Aneesoft Free Video Converter

Windows only: Convert nearly any video format to nearly any other video format for free with the aptly named Aneesoft Free Video Converter.

The program comes with a simple and intuitive three-step process for converting a broad range of the most popular video formats to MPG, AVI, MP4, ASF, WMV, MOV, FLV, VOB, MPEG1, MPEG2, RM etc. The free edition also includes encoding options so consumers can easily set audio and video specs for optimal outputs.

Key Features
- Converts video to all general video formats(MPG, AVI, MP4, ASF, WMV, MOV, FLV, MPEG1, MPEG2, RM, etc.) and audio formats(AAC, MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, AIFF, etc.)
- Converts video to MP4 format for most portable devices: Apple iPod, iPhone, Apple TV and more.
- Customizes the video/audio parameters like bit rate, sample rate, frame rate, etc.
- Converts video at high speed with perfect output quality.
- Includes batch video file conversion.

Aneesoft Free Video Converter is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista. It̢۪s totally FREE for customers. Also customers who using Free Video Converter can upgrade to Pro version to get more featured functions, and they are entitled to get free lifetime technical support from Aneesoft.

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They do not have a paid version. (So all of it's features can be used for free). It doesn't have any spy/adware. (I scan all my program with 6 different programs

Hmm... I think I'll keep using formatfactory. It's completly free, has a built it cd ripper and dvd-ripper (works good enough for me). Can convert to mobile devices including psp, ps3, iphone & ipod, etc... (choose 'all to mobile device for these formats), can merge video's. Can crop audio and video. Can even convert a dvd/cd to iso and/or CSO (never tried this one) and can also convert iso to cso and cso to iso (never tried this one either).

I don't see a reason to switch to 'Aneesoft Free Video Converter'. Anyone else know?

may give formatfactory a try - as you are using it already, does it have any limitations (even though it says "No Limit"), or spy/adware?