WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe: Easily Convert Your Videos to Any Format

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Something that crops up quite often in my work is the need to convert a video file from one format to another. There are so many different codecs (the type of video compression) and screen resolutions in circulation now it’s hard to keep track. Fortunately for those of us who do technical work but don’t know everything, there is a light and fast software tool that can serve pretty much all your video conversion needs.

All Purpose Video Toolkit

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe is a video conversion utility, and it’s easy to be glib about such things, but as far as I can see it converts pretty much any video format to any other format. The main reasons I need to convert video these days are for dropping the resolution of 4K clips to edit them in 1080 or switching formats of either video or sound to make clips run in the ancient video-editing software I use.

In a lot of cases for production, you also need to “conform” the source video clips you have to be all one size and weight in order to efficiently edit them together. Also, there are new high efficiency formats like the beloved iPhone HEVC, which at present has poor compatibility with editing software.

Simple Yet Powerful Conversion

Using the software is simple. Download and install it as normal. Start the program, and you’ll see a row of buttons along the top, a big window on the left for the info on the source file, and on the right a preview window for the source video.

Winx Video Converter Main

Click the video button to add a source clip. You’ll be shown a list of codecs to convert the video to. There’s a lot to choose from, with some 370 video/audio codecs, and you can convert any source to and from 4K UHD and 200 other formats, and all the usual suspects like H.264, MOV, M4V, MPEG4, AVI and even more exotic ones like MKV, M2TS, HEVC/H.265, FLV, WMV. It’s a very comprehensive tool.

Winx Video Converter Choose Output

As well as specific codecs for manual translation, there are easy-to-use one-click profiles for specific devices, like iPhone XS/X/8 (Plus), iPad, iPod, Apple TV, Android Samsung, Huawei, Sony, and Surface. This is in case you don’t know the codec’s specifics required for your conversion but know the target device.

Once you’ve chosen your target format and selected the target directory in the field underneath the main panel, just hit the big blue button, and you’re off.

Winx Video Converter Convert

The software processes the video and saves the resulting conversion to the directory you chose in the previous step. That’s it. The choice of target formats is huge, and I’m pretty sure there’s not a format you’d need that’s not in there somewhere.

All the Details

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe is available for download on the link. If you don’t want to spring for it before you try it, you can use the software as a trial, but if you do purchase a license, you can register it right away and get access to the full features. The normal price is $45.95, which to be fair is not crazy expensive, even for a cheapskate like me, but at the moment, if you hurry, you can get it for a mere $29.95.

Winx Video Converter Register

I can’t recall using a more easy-to-use video conversion utility that covers so many bases as far as target formats are concerned. This is highly recommended. As usual, if you have any questions or comments about this software or video conversion in general, please leave them in the comments below.

Phil South Phil South

Phil South has been writing about tech subjects for over 30 years. Starting out with Your Sinclair magazine in the 80s, and then MacUser and Computer Shopper. He later moved to a career in media, doing web design, video and animation for clients as diverse as Disney Channel UK, Microsoft Developer Network and the UK Government's Central Office of Information and Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council. He's designed user interfaces for groundbreaking music software, been the technical editor on film making and visual effects books for Elsevier, and helped create the MTE YouTube Channel. He lives and works in South Wales, UK.

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  1. I have a question about WinX HD Video converter deluxe. When making the conversion does also transfer all subtitles to the output? I take from the info that it only converts and doen’t burn dvd afterwards right?

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