Free: Winx HD Video Converter Deluxe V5.15.3 License Code @ Winxdvd

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Bothered by your cumbersome 4K videos? Get a free licensed copy of WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe to convert and compress large 4K video size for convenient storage, easy playback, fast sharing and more.

  • Complete support for all large video files, including 4K videos recorded by camcorder, DSLRs, GoPro, DJI, mobile devices, oversized videos downloaded from online or bulky videos got from friends, etc.
  • Up to 90% file size reduction by removing unwanted part, lowering video resolution, adjusting codec, frame rate, bit rate, etc.
  • 98% original quality reserved thanks to the High-Quality Engine and De-interlacing engine.
  • No.1 fast speed powered by Intel/NVIDIA/AMD hardware accelerated GPUs.
  • Convert 4K/HD videos to MP4, HEVC, H.264, AVI, MOV, MKV, WMV, iPhone, Android, Xbox, PS4, Apple TV, etc.

How to get:
Head over to the page, enter a valid email address and then you can get the license code and setup of the program instantly by email.

There is a catch that the license code should be activated before September 24, 2019. And the giveaway version doesn't support free updates to future versions.

Or you can get the Mac version via the following link if necessary.
https://www.macxdvd.com/mac-video-converter-pro/4k-video-com...

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Comments

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    surely better off just using Handbrake?

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    Compared to Freemake Video Converter this version has very limited options / choice of format. It has set formats but I couldnt find a way to create a custome profile.

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    Although a one-off licence (DO NOT UPDATE —- this disables original licence), and is simple to use, this software is for ripping DVDs only and has way too many limitations and nag screen to purchase upDATEable version of software and other software they have. No a very pleasant business model imho.

    My preference is for a combination of MakeMKV (to rip both DVDs and BlueRay to a RAW mkv file and then using Handbrake to convert to preferred audio/vido codecs & compress to suit device works for me.

    While MakeMKV is free, the Beta licence expires for time to time and a bit of trickery is involved in getting it up and running again. Although this has bee a BETA version what seems like forever, a USD50.00 purchase of a n unlimited licence is worthwhile because it is frequently being improved and has a very vigorous & helpful community forum for help on any issues. Copy protection and audio & video codecs for BluRay are in a state of dynamic change and MakeMKV seem to be on top of this more than anyone.

    While the attitude toward these programmes appear to be about piracy, my ripping and copy of my BluRays, DVDs & CDs is for file creation so that I can put my movies, TV shows and music on my multi-media NAS devices and playback anywhere (in the house or away from home) via PLEX from any of our devices.