Trying to pick up blogging but getting confused with all the different types of platforms? If you’re not sure where to start then blogging tutorials could be just what you need – and there are tons of them available, most of which come in the form of convenient ‘how to’ video guides that will show you what you need to do.
If you’re able to convert and optimize those video guides for mobile devices then you’ll find that they’re even more useful. Once you transfer the guides over to your tablet or smartphone you can watch and listen to them while carrying out the instructions on your PC without having to ‘tab’ between screens. It isn’t even difficult to optimize your blogging tutorials – especially not with the Movavi Video Converter.
In no small part due to the accessible and user-friendly interface of the Movavi Video Converter, you’ll be able to convert and optimize any videos in a matter of minutes. It simply requires you to add the video you want to convert, choose a format, and click a button to start the conversion. If you’re worried that you won’t know which format to use then there’s hundreds of presets available that cater to specific devices and platforms – including mobile devices and online video sharing platforms such as YouTube or Facebook.
Aside from being able to convert .MP4 to .MOV, .AVI, .WMV and other formats, the same easy method of converting videos can also be used to convert images and audio files as well – and there are tons of other features that may come in handy fairly often. In particular it is generally useful for blogging to be able to enhance the quality of videos, cut and combine video segments, create animated GIFs, extract audio from video, insert customizable text as captions, and take ‘stills’ directly from videos.
Long story short, the Movavi Video Converter will be a useful tool that can help you to convert and optimize your blogging tutorials while also providing you with a ton of options that you will undoubtedly end up using on a daily basis to help take care of your blog’s media requirements.