Gets the job done (right) I'm using this app on a Nexus 6P, running 6.0.1, at the time of this review. The app works better than video converters that I tried on Windows. It compresses my DSLR footage the least when converting from .MOV to .mp4, and it retains most of the detail in the pro version. I would encounter issues on other apps where the sound would not be included in the converted file; this one is not a problem. You should give this app a try as your default appliance for converting videos.
Ads STILL THERE after Buying! The spiel about me being able to remove banner ads is simply not true. The banner ads are still there and every bit as annoying after I paid my money. I am extremely upset about this. This is an absolute dishonest move by the developer.
Has worked well for my application on my Samsung Galaxy S7 Has worked well for my applications on my Samsung Galaxy S7... But, I don't like there is no setting for the app that collects all the media off my phone when I open the app. I assume this is creating duplicate files to the app and consuming storage. I'd rather be able to browse and pick only the file I want to convert.. Other wise, great app and job team.
Would be great but Now getting error after buying. Can't Update App / Duplicate Provider Authority. Please fix to allow update. This happened after taking over development from roman10. I sent you an email but it was unanswered. EDIT.. Thank you… issue is fixed.
Works Beautifully Only issue I see is the newer versions of Android OS (in my case, Marshmellow on a Note7), severely limits what directories an app has access to, when I would much prefer that the app wrote all converted videos into my DCIM folder so that I can find them. It could make its own directory there ('converted'), for all I care, but trying to find the default directory where the converted video files are saved to is a nightmare. How do I set a default directory and give an app permission to access it? OS limit.
Thank you so much, does exactly what I want it to! Needed it to convert mov to mp4 to show in gallery. For some reason it won't allow me to trim the video. No big deal as,I can do it in the gallery
- fix duplicate provider authority
- adds a converting details page
- adds ability to pick a random file
- adds faq page
- better explain what each profile does
- bug fixes
- adds context menu for quick access
- improvement on transition
- app renamed to Audio/Video Converter Android
- improved performance for thumbnail generation
- bug fixes
- webm with vp8 and vp9 support
- flac support
- ogg audio support