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Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is an outstanding video conversion tool for Mac OS X users. With it, you can convert batches of HD video files to MOD, TOD, MP4, MP3, AAC, M4A, WAV, MPEG, files, which can be played on almost all of popular portable devices.

The high speed and the wonderful quality is spotless and beyond your expectation. The intuitive interface works as wizard. You will use it freely for the first time.

Compared with other products, it has the powerful functions as follows: 1. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac supports various input formats including AVCHD Video, H.

264/MPEG-4 AVC, Quick Time HD Video, WMV HD Video,MPEG2 HD Video, MPEG-4 TS HD Video, MPEG-2 TS HD Video, Audio-Video Interleaved HD Video and etc.

The output formats includes AVI, MPG, MP4, ASF, MOV, RMVB, WMV, 3GP, RM,etc. So you can watch the videos and movies on your portable devices. 2.

The user-friendly interface can make you use it masterly without the complicated process. In a very short time, you will become an expert on operating the program.

3. Due to the newest technology, its conversion process can save you a lot of time. In addition, you can enjoy the quality as the original one.

4. For better vision effect, the expert users can adjust the setting like bit rate, frame rate, etc. Depending on the function, you can find the most suitable parameters for your videos.

5. How to get the videos as expected? The editing function can satisfy you! You can trim the video to gain the time phrase you like, and crop the video to get your favorite image region.

Moreover, you can cut off the black edges of the video freely. 6. Add the image watermark and text watermark, even the video watermark to make a unique video file for you.

7. Collect the attracting pictures in the video for collection on your PC by means of using the snapshot function. 8. Without complicate steps and superfluous clicks, you can view and find the converted video with just one click.

"Works as advertised, which is something, these days."

  • 7.0
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  • usability8
  • Stability7
  • Installation8
  • Functionality8
  • Appearance3

I used the software on the following hardware / software configuration:

3.4 GHz Intel Core i7 iMac

16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3 primary memory

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion

The job for which I needed it:

Client required a bunch of video clips using the AVCHD codec to be converted to Apple ProRes 4:2:2 - for whatever reason, Avid Media Composer kept giving hassles in the form of system crashes which, as you can well imagine, is somewhat frustrating.

After doing a test run with the free version of the software (which outputs video with a watermark), I judged that the output quality was good (brilliant, actually) and then purchased the full version for $35.

While waiting for activation codes and whatnot, I started reading user reviews of related products (which, I understand, might be the wrong way round of doing things) and started to get a bit worried: complaints of crashes abound, with people generally trashing the software.

Anyway, once I had it all installed, I queued up the various AVCHD files, which the software properly organised into the correct clips and directory structure: source material totaled about 70GB spread over about fifteen clips, or so.

Now, none of these clips is massive - the longest were just over an hour - so I want to make it clear that I can only base this review on the job for which I used it.

It was great, to be honest. It dealt with the material in just over five hours (although it's "estimated time" calculation stated nineteen hours at the outset, and constantly revised this figure downwards during the conversion process), didn't crash, the output looks great with no generational loss, digital artifacts or anything of the sort.

It must be said that the app is not exactly pretty to look at: a few more hours in the interface-design-process with someone who has an aesthetic eye and has kept up to date with design trends would have helped no end. It looks hokey - no other way to put it, really.

This is, however, of minimal importance when you get to deliver work to the client sooner than promised with no pulling out of hair, cursing of names or psychotic breakdowns.

So, based on the limited paces to which I have put this product: no problems, at all.

[BTW: you can only convert to ProRes if you happen to have the codec on your system together with a legal (or seemingly-legal) version of FCP or related software.]

Pros
  • The fact that it works, for a start, and natively organises AVCHD files into the correct directory structure.
Cons
  • The interface. It looks crap. Sorry.

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