I'm a fan of giveawayoftheday.com and have installed perhaps 5 video converters in each of my PCs. So far, they serve me well for my simple purposes. They're like video converters for dummys because they are easy to use for non-techie like me. As long as the result is 'almost' equal in quality with the original, I could care less. My question is, will there be potential problem/s having more than one video converters installed, like one will be in conflict with the other? I don't have the details of the codecs being used by each though. BTW, I installed today's giveaway, Tipard video converter.
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Its the codec packs you'll have to watch out for. I think there is a program called codec sniper that can remove unwanted codecs.
But if you remove them you won't be able to use that particular program that required it.
But no you can have as many programs as you want.
Basically the few that I use are mainly format factory, avstodvd, handbrake and ripbot264. I only use imgburn to make burn dvds.Donatello - The Shredder? Michelangelo - Maybe all that hardware is for making coleslaw?
Thanks, yoda. My favorite is Aiseesoft Total Media Converter