TL;DR: A lifetime subscription to the Freemake Complete Video Conversion Suite is on sale for £16.73, saving you 79% on list price.
There aren’t that many major video file types, but when you’re converting back and forth, it probably feels like there are hundreds. Maybe thousands. If you’re trying to compile a video library with files coming from a variety of sources, you might have to bounce between shady conversion sites and apps that destroy your video quality. If you know you’re going to have to convert video files on a consistent basis, why not get an app that actually does it for you reliably?
The Freemake Complete Video Conversion Suite works on even some of the most hyper-niche file formats, supporting over 500 video file types. Usually, a lifetime license to Freemake would cost £80, but for a limited time, you can get it for £16.73.
With this conversion suite, you actually get two video tools: Freemake Video Converter and Video Downloader. If you need to convert, download, or share video files, Freemake could be the right tool for the job. Convert video from AVI, MP4, DVD, Blu-ray, iPhone, PSP, Android, Xbox, and over 500 other formats with a few clicks without loss of quality. Download directly from YouTube (including full playlists), Facebook, Vimeo, and thousands of other video-hosting and social media sites.
Convert or download 4K and full HD videos without a drop in quality, and even trim parts of videos before you convert them. Once your files are converted, you can upload them to iTunes or iOS automatically, send them to YouTube from your desktop, or browse your collection. You can even enable parental controls if you want to let your little one roam free in your video library.
Download nearly any video, convert it to nearly any video file type, and watch it on nearly any device that supports video. For a limited time, you can get a Freemake Complete Video Conversion Suite: Lifetime License on sale for £16.73.
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Freemake Complete Video Conversion Suite (Lifetime Subscription)
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