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  1. Member
    Join Date : Jun 2014
    Location : australia
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    I need to convert ifo files at the moment but I would like to get the best converter for all files.
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  2. Member turk690's Avatar
    Join Date : Jul 2003
    Location : ON, Canada
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    convert ifo files to what?
    For the nth time, with the possible exception of certain Intel processors, I don't have/ever owned anything whose name starts with "i".
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    Join Date : Aug 2013
    Location : Central Germany
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    There is no best converter for all kinds of media files and all kinds of users. Each user has an own optimum between usability, quality preservation, size reduction and speed. And each pair of source and target format may have a different set of tools to achieve a conversion with specific side conditions.
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    Join Date : Mar 2011
    Location : Nova Scotia, Canada
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    There are lots of good tools recommended here by some very knowledgeable videoe geeks, but unfortunately they are not noob friendly. At all.

    There are also a bunch of free "easy to use" ones. If you're a lazy using your search engine that'll be mostly what you'll find because they all seem to use SEO. But they're terrible. I don't know of any good ones.

    The only ones I know of that have good power and reasonable ease of use are handbrake, vidcoder (really handbrake with a different front end) and avidemux.
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