The avi video format is probably the most popular video format with the exception of flv which dominates the market for smaller videos. Almost every software player can play the avi format but barely any mobile device (like iPods, iPhones or other cell phones) can. Users who want to watch movies on their devices that do not support avi need to convert them into a format that is supported by it. A popular format that is supported by many devices is the mp4 format.
An avi to mp4 converter can be used to convert the videos so that they can be played on these devices. Probably the easiest to use avi to mp4 converter is Convert Avi To Mp4 which can convert avi videos with minimal user interaction to the mp4 format.
The main advantage of this software program is that it supports a wide variety of input formats ranging from avi to mpeg, wmv, divx and xvid. All of these formats can be converted to mp4 without the need for external programs or codecs. Everything is built in and it only takes a few seconds to start the conversion.
Convert Avi to Mp4 is compatible with most Windows operating system including Windows XP and Windows Vista. Some users might find the avi to mp4 converter to easy to use as it does not come with any settings or parameters that can be changed. Users who simply want to convert a video format to mp4 without having to set any conversion parameters will find Convert Avi To Mp4 the perfect companion for that undertaking.
Update: The program is compatible with all recent 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Free alternatives that you can try as well are Kirara Encoder, a useful video encoder supporting all major formats including avi to mp4 conversions, or the free video converter Kastor.
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