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[Giveaway] FREE MacX Mobile Video Converter (Worth $49.95)

Posted In Video tools - By Techtiplib on Thursday, June 20th, 2013 With 1 Comment

MacX Mobile Video Converter is the ultimate solution for Mac users to fast convert video to iPhone iPad Android mobile devices with 100% quality reserved.
This version has redesigned Mac-style UI, more output presets are schemed for iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S4, BlackBerry, HTC New One, Nokia, and other popular phones and tabs. It would better meet the needs of converting video to iOS and Android portables under Mac OS.

With MacX Mobile Video Converter you can convert: HD videos AVCHD M2TS MKV and SD videos WMV AVI MOV MP4 FLV to iDevices; Android mobiles and tabs in a couple clicks. Full access to play video on iPad, iPhone, Android Samsung Galaxy S4/Note, Google Nexus 7, Surface, HTC New One, Amazon Kindle Fire,…

Especially, Mac video converter for Android iOS devices rests in unique HD video converting feature, letting you convert Multi-track HD videos in M2TS, AVCHD, MKV, HDTV BDAV and MPEG-TS formats to video formats optimized for Android phones, tabs, iPhone, iPad… And you can convert video to MP3/AAC/FLAC/ALAC music to make ringtone for mobile phones.

Features:

  • Convert HD and SD Videos to iOS Devices on Mac
  • Make Videos Playable on Android Mobile Devices
  • Convert HD Videos for Android Phones and Tabs, Apple Devices
  • Upload Recorded Video to YouTube, Facebook, Blog
  • Feature-Rich Video Editor Lets You Touch Up Your Videos
  • Extract Audio and Snapshot Images from Video
  • Output Video and Audio with Lossless Quality
  • Hassle-Free and Fast Video Conversion process
  • Adjustable Parameter Settings for Advanced Users

MacX Mobile Video Converter giveaway

Giveaway page: http://www.macxdvd.com/mobile-video-converter-for-mac/
Product: MacX Mobile Video Converter
License Code: BX-VSEQEOJS-ABBGLG
Regular: $49.95
Expire Date: June 30

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