Miro Video Converter: An Open Source Video Converter for Windows 7

We have earlier posted about Miro Media Player.  Miro Video Converter is another open source free software from the same developers, which allows you to convert your video and audio files quickly from one format to another. If you are not a geek and you don’t understand about the formats supported by your device or any PMP, you will still find using this software easy-to-use, as it will show you a list of devices and you can select your device from that list.

Here is the list of devices supported by Miro Video Converter:

Android Phones

  • Droid / Milestone
  • Nexus One
  • G1
  • Magic / myTouch
  • Droid Eris
  • HTC Hero
  • Cliq
  • Behold

Apple Devices

  • iPhone / iPod Touch
  • iPod Classic
  • iPod Nano
  • iPad


  • PSP

This is really very simple to use for anyone who just wants to convert video with minimum of hassle. The drag and drop feature of Miro Video Converter is really awesome as it decrease your effort. You just have to do is to drag in your video file that you want to convert and set the video format and click on Convert. That’s all you need to do. Your file will be converted in the shortest time possible and the converted file is left in the same folder from where you have selected your original file.

It supports all major formats such as .AVI, .MP4, .FLV and many more. You would never get any problem with conversion for devices by Miro Video Converter.

If you want a way to get a good range of video formats ready for your mobile device or PMP, this software is perfect. Among many other options, it will let you convert to MP4, Ogg Theora, WebM, and many other formats.

Pros of Miro Video Converter that you would like:

  • It is very easy to use
  • Many Presets for different devices
  • Fast Conversions

Cons of the software that you may not like:

  • No advanced options or settings
  • No built-in Player
  • One conversion at a time.

You can download Miro Video Converter from here.

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Lavish loves to follow up on the latest happenings in technology. He loves to try out new Windows-based software and gadgets and is currently learning JAVA. He loves to develop new software for Windows. Creating a System Restore Point first before installing a new software is always recommended, he feels.

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