.mp4 to .avi converters?

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.mp4 to .avi converters? by gifi4 at 9:50 AM (772 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

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    Looking for some .mp4 to .avi converters, I currently use "Pazera Free MP4 to AVI Converter". I am converting files that are roughly 250 MB and the problem I am having with the Pazera converter is that the fps (frames per second) seem to get slower as it goes on, before the file reaches 50%, it manages to get itself down to 1 fps and will take 10 hours + (based on my calculation).

    Preferably the converter should be free, although if it's a well known and good paid converter then list it aswell please. 1 more thing, the converter doesn't specifically have to be for .mp4 to .avi ... It just has to include the option to convert .mp4 to .avi.
    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Converting a file with it now, I'll let you know about the quality, even if it's crap quality, thanks, it's so much faster than my other converter.
     
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    Rydian, my file came out with perfect audio and video, thank you so much.

    @Berthenk Thank you for the suggestion but since Rydian's converter works to my standards, I don't need your converter, but again, thank you for the suggestion.
     
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