Cisdem has updated its robust and uncluttered Video Converter to V4.6.0 recently. The new version solved six bugs that collect from users' feedback, and improved the performance for better user experience.
Cisdem Video Converter offers the easiest operation and thoughtful features- batch video conversion & download, video editing, specifying output resolution, DVD ripping, etc. It can convert files to 500+ optimization profiles for playback on practically any device, as well as do mass video downloading at 30X faster speed without hindrance or quality loss.
"This upgrade focuses on fixing residual bugs of the software," said Edward Riley, the Cisdem project manager. "Video Converter has already been a fully functional program that supports all types of input & output formats for video conversion, and lets you download videos from heaps of websites. Although the minor issues left have little effect on the overall use, Cisdem is committed to eliminating all the issues and striving to create a professional program with zero bugs."
The new version completely fixed the following issues:
This Mac video converter supports a plethora of file formats, from 4K-capable codecs to HD and legacy codec formats, like H.265 or H.264 codec format of MP4, MOV, MPG, TS, TRP, M4V, M2TS, MTS, MKV, etc. Also, it helps you convert videos directly to the presets that are compatible with Apple device, mobile phone, game console, portable video player and more.
It gives you the power to download video & audio from various popular platforms, including YouTube, SoundCloud, MyVideo, Veoh, VideoBash, eBaumsworld, GodTube, Bandcamp, FunnyOrDie, and many others.
You can merge, trim, crop, rotate or put different effects in your video for making it more comfortable and higher-quality.
The software supports to rip DVD discs to mainstream formats, including noncommercial and commercial ones.
You can upload your personal videos to YouTube in batch, with original quality retained.
Cisdem Video Converter for Mac 4.6.0 is available for download and purchase on https://www.cisdem.com/video-converter-mac.html. It is priced at $49.99 for 1 Mac/lifetime license, $74.99 for 2 Macs/lifetime license and $137.99 for 3~5 Macs/lifetime license. The free trial is available for download at https://download.cisdem.com/cisdem-videoconverter.dmg.
Cisdem, an international leading software company established in 2009, is dedicated to developing and releasing multimedia, PDF, data recovery, and utility software. The company sticks to updating and enhancing the software to keep pace with the marketing demand. For more details and information, please visit https://www.cisdem.com/.
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