There are a lot of video converters for Mac that are available in which some of them cost high but features are low in terms of functionality. Other applications are free but, again, they are low in terms of functionality and only the basic tools are being given to the user. Each application has its own variations and features different sorts of tools that aids user to achieve a smooth converted video. In this article, we will enumerate some of the known video converter apps known to Mac users.
To start with, Miro Video Converter is by far the easiest and simplest video converter that you’ll might come across with. It is compatible with different sorts of video format that ranges from MP4, MKV, AVI, MOV, just to name a few. It also supports conversion by batch and can be converted to different formats, all at the same time. If you’re looking for that basic user interface and newbie friend, check out Miro Video Converter. If you’re into more serious video conversion, Handbrake might be the best tool for you. Same with Miro, it can easily read wide range video format and can rip contents from a DVDD disc too. It may sound a bit interesting but, mind you that Handbrake requires a beefier machine to perform its function very well. A sluggish Mac or any computer for that matter will experience sudden slowndown once Handbrake comes to work. And if you’re looking for free that is come with Mac OS, don’t look further as QuickTime is included in the OS X software. It’s one of the most simplest conversion tool that is straight forward to use. Although it can’t change MKV to MP4 format, we’re definitely sure the first two software we recommend can do it with a breeze.