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Giveaway of the day — WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe 5.5.3

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, all-in-one video software as an Ultra HD video converter, slideshow maker, video editor and video downloader, gives you an ultimate control over SD, HD and 4K resolution video files.
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User rating: 365 (59%) 251 (41%) 34 comments

WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe 5.5.3 was available as a giveaway on January 4, 2015!

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WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, all-in-one video software as an Ultra HD video converter, slideshow maker, video editor and video downloader, gives you an ultimate control over SD, HD and 4K resolution video files. The latest version of WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, after several strides and countless minor updates over the past year, has finally shown as the most perfect and stable version with unbeatable video converting functions and speed.

The major updates:

  • Made a great leap in conversion speed to amazingly 300-400 fps or more in a recent update, while keeping highest possible quality.
  • Became the pioneering video audio software to support the next-gen H.265/HEVC video encoding tech and the high-end 8K & 4K UHD videos (up to 8192×4320 resolution) download and conversion.
  • Added with 130+ brand-new profiles for all prevailed devices, e.g. iPhone 6/ 6 Plus, iPad Air 2/mini 3, Galaxy Note 4/Edge.
  • Supported 12 languages on the interface, which is more convenient for non-English users.

Extra offer for GOTD users: Get the full version of WinX DVD Ripper Platinum or HD Video Converter Deluxe at only $29.95. Buy now, enjoy lifetime free upgrade and up to 75% off discount.

System Requirements:

Windows 98/ NT/ 2000/ 2003/ XP/ 7/ 8; Processor: 1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above; RAM: 256 MB RAM; Free Hard Disk: 100MB space for installation; Graphic Card: 256 MB RAM

Publisher:

Digiarty Software

Homepage:

http://www.winxdvd.com/hd-video-converter-deluxe/?gotdoffer

File Size:

42.2 MB

Price:

$49.95

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#25

Can this convert Blu-Ray to DVD?

Reply   |   Comment by Bono  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#24

Installed successfully on Windows 7. However, this version of the program runs like a turtle literally. It's so slow that it is almost unusable.

Reply   |   Comment by Rey  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#23

I had a much older version (3.5.??), but this new version installed (Win 7 64) easily over the older version, AND the registration code was a snap to get. I used an older copy of WinX DVD Copy Pro (from this company) last night to copy a Disney movie, and it worked great (the software I have used from this company have been very good). Hope to see a newer version of WinX DVD Copy Pro offered here soon. Thanks for very good software, and for free!

Reply   |   Comment by Powder_Skier  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#22

Testing WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe 5.5.3

As a video converter it does what it has to, with tons of formats. I've tried a few, and it's OK.

Maybe not the fastest, smartest, but many converters I tried are slower, or know less, or have

unfriendlier interfaces.

As a slideshow maker it has serious limitations. My old GPS can play the same slideshow, with

the same transitions. Seriously, it can.
Pros:
- It's a slideshow maker.
Cons:
- You can't select/add/remove individual pictures , only folders.
- You have three options for ordering your slides: folder, name or date.
- Absolutely no control over the transitions.
- No FX.
- You can't add titles, credits, captions to your slideshow.

Here's what I made with some of my desktop backgrounds copied to a new folder:

http://youtu.be/_WixyYs0tc0 . I created the title/credit by adding text on two images (000.jpg and zzz.jpg).

Conclusion: I vould not buy it at the current price, but as a giveaway, it's definitely a keeper for me - as a video converter.

Reply   |   Comment by Geza  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#21

If a vendor is going to offer HEVC H265 support, they really do have to additionally add decent GPU processing as the time that it takes to convert using H265 can be interminable and not worth the effort.

As a general video converter, it doesn't match the Aiseesoft alternative that is currently my software of choice in terms off speed of conversion.

Average at best.

Reply   |   Comment by PhilS  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#20

Can someone please comment on this software's "video downloader" feature?

Will it work on YouTube, VUDU, the network channels' streaming feeds of shows, for example?

Reply   |   Comment by DD  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#19

So many of the freebie converters I used to recommend to beginning video editors (i.e. Freemake) are now loaded with Open Candy that I've recently been recommending WinX's converter even if it's not a give-away. Of course, I've installed the WinX converter on my own computer and have tried it out by inter-converting MOV (QuickTime), AVI, WMV, MP4 and MTS files with it. I like this converter. It's easy enough for newbies to use without problems and gives excellent results. WinX programs have a solid track record and I've never had to worry about my homepage or Google search engine being changed after I install them.

Reply   |   Comment by Mujer  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#18

I already made this comment on the german page, but was not published there:
It's my favorite converter. But the german language is a pain. Digiarty, no quality control on that matter?

Reply   |   Comment by Eike Justus  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#17

If it helps at all...

While most of the current crop of video converters &/or rippers look very similar, both outside & under the hood so-to-speak, I wouldn't look for that to change anytime soon.

In the US at least, I think a very large portion of people prefer to only stream on-line video to whatever device or HDTV they're watching at the moment. Another very large portion is perfectly OK with whatever their cable or satellite provider gives them. What I think are smaller portions prefer to either store video on hard drives, or else purchase Blu-Ray discs, building a collection the same way folks used to with DVDs, or VHS tapes before that. The market made up of people interested in converting video is limited. Shooting or recording video is popular -- editing &/or converting that video is not.

That means there are not huge sums of money to be made nowadays selling mid to low range video editing or conversion software. And because of that you do not & will not see companies putting a large amount of resources into developing something better or new. For the last month companies that have done most of their R & D in the past, e.g. Nero & Corel/Ulead, have been offering their flagship video software for ~80% [or more] off. That sort of price reduction does not happen when your product is selling well at full price.

Low cost & free video converters use ffmpeg for the most part -- ffmpeg.org -- wikipedia.org/wiki/FFmpeg . The software basically needs to provide an interface or GUI, then feed the input video to ffmpeg which does the actual conversion. There's simply not a whole lot of room for innovation, regardless any tendencies [that may/may not exist] to copy someone else's design.

Rippers are perhaps a different story because of DRM -- unless you re-record video with DRM [basically taking a screenshot per frame], someone has to put continuing time, effort, & money into handling that DRM. I suspect that you would find some brands that are better than others. A ripper is a converter that can take a DVD &/or Blu-Ray disc with DRM as input.

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#4: "No need for me for a more detailed test. I don’t know, how many times I have seen this software under different labels. "

*Most* all of these converters/rippers out of China are very nearly portable, so the biggest impact they have on Windows is the HDD space they take up. And when they work properly there should be little difference between them. I do not use them often, but when/if I do I always run a short clip through as a test. Out of the roughly 1 doz. I keep, sometimes only one or two will do what I want -- I've found that glitches, perhaps because of their frequent update cycles, are unfortunately common. Please take that for whatever it's worth.

>> "There are video editors (NLE’s) that can produce 8K-Videos for presentations at exhibitions or trade fairs. Sure, we don’t need to scale a video to or from 8K, but it’s nice to have"

The advantage for pros is that the higher the initial rez the more editing & such video can withstand -- every time you re-render &/or re-encode you lose quality [generational loss]. Unless it's done by the display hardware, say a player or display, or with PCs the graphics card, & then only as needed to fill the screen, up-scaling video is very often senseless -- zooming in on a picture, e.g. in you favorite image editor, does not increase the quality, but lessens it.

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#8: "the program fails to recognize a DVD image mounted to a virtual disk. For example, I’m using Imdisk (and it doesn’t work with Daemon Tools either) to mount ISO images of DVDs I’ve either ripped or authored, and clicking on the grey “Open DVD” button on the main panel does nothing."

NOT questioning what you've posted, I would humbly suggest re-examining the reason(s) you mount virtual discs in the 1st place. The virtual disc software is IMHO [& experience] all trouble prone, regardless the brand. I have DVDFab's Virtual Drive installed because I can easily turn it on/off, & then only because Sony's DVDA will not write Blu-Ray as folders on HDD, so I mount the [ISO] results & copy the files/folders. I've not found anything I could not do to DVD or Blu-Ray as files/folders on a HDD, so I avoid the extra hassle of ISOs almost entirely.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+29)

"NOT questioning what you’ve posted, I would humbly suggest re-examining the reason(s) you mount virtual discs in the 1st place. The virtual disc software is IMHO [& experience] all trouble prone, regardless the brand. I have DVDFab’s Virtual Drive installed because I can easily turn it on/off . . . "

Well, here's a good example. Say you've downloaded an ISO that is double-layer size, and you want to burn it to disk. The only way I know to set the layer-break in ImgBurn is to first mount it to a virtual drive. The *free and portable* ISO Toolkit works very well for that purpose, and I've never had an issue with it.

Reply   |   Comment by Gene  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

@Mike
NOT questioning what you’ve posted, I would humbly suggest re-examining the reason(s) you mount virtual discs in the 1st place. The virtual disc software is IMHO [& experience] all trouble prone, regardless the brand. I have DVDFab’s Virtual Drive installed because I can easily turn it on/off, & then only because Sony’s DVDA will not write Blu-Ray as folders on HDD, so I mount the [ISO] results & copy the files/folders. I’ve not found anything I could not do to DVD or Blu-Ray as files/folders on a HDD, so I avoid the extra hassle of ISOs almost entirely.
While I appreciate your comments, you may have very limited experience with the many highly convenient uses of emulation, so I'll respond:

First, let me get out of the way that as it pertains to today's offer, the DVD-load function is broken. Period. Re-read my post, I'll bet you a month's pay that the problem is one of the two things I conjectured. It has nothing to do with virtual disks being trouble-prone--an assertion which is certainly news to me, considering that I've been using VDs for almost a decade and a half to install software, play games, and archive my movies without an ounce of trouble. Imdisk is rock solid, and I use it almost every single day.

Now, as to your comment that I should revisit why I use emulation: again, your comments are appreciated, and I'm sure well-intentioned, but they are myopic. I use drive emulation & virtual disks for several different disparate applications, and have been doing so for over thirteen years.

The first major use is archiving. Every single DVD (or Bluray) I've purchased has been archived to an image file, over 700 discs. These images reside on an array of network drives, and can be streamed to several set-top media boxes in the house (and even over the internet).
A good 20% of these are children's movies, including many expensive Disney films or Studio Ghibli collectibles. Over the years, my two kids get to use and abuse burned copies. When one gets scratched and becomes unplayable (as it inevitably does), I simply burn a new copy from the archive. I calculate that I've saved around $800 over the last twelve years due to this practice.

A second use is convenience and portability. For example, I have a lot of technical or training DVDs in my collection, including a crapload from The Great Courses. If me, my wife, or one of the kids wants to watch something on the go, I'll load up one of the disc images of interest, and transcode the specific chapters (or the whole disc) to a video format, like H264. At this point, the video can be loaded onto someone's phone or tablet and watched at their leisure. In some cases I'm only interested in the audio, for car-listening let's say, so I'll demux and transcode only the audio portion from that DVD image.

A third use is professionally. I do freelance video production, and as I'm authoring a final disc comp for a client (for when the client wants a DVD), I will stage everything to the hard drive. I will then build a DVD image for prototyping and to make sure everything works as planned. If the client wants to see how everything looks before I burn them copies (or before they press discs), I upload the ISO (along with a freeware portable image mounter, if they don't have one). The image is nicely self-contained and idiot-proofs everything for them, so I don't get exasperating questions like "What's this VIDEO_TS folder?", or "how do I play VOB files?" This method also allows me to iteratively tweak, without having to burn and waste physical discs. BTW, this is not some unique or ingenious system that I cooked up--almost every other video production guy does this, and benefits from using ISO disc images in this way.

So you see, for you to suggest that somehow disc images are not useful or are obsolete, is silly. Someday, maybe soon, physical DVDs and even Blurays will be obsolete. But in my world, this is still quite a ways off from happening, and the manipulation of disc images and drive emulation produces an immense amount of convenience for me.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

@Gene
“NOT questioning what you’ve posted, I would humbly suggest re-examining the reason(s) you mount virtual discs in the 1st place. The virtual disc software is IMHO [& experience] all trouble prone, regardless the brand. I have DVDFab’s Virtual Drive installed because I can easily turn it on/off . . . ”

Well, here’s a good example. Say you’ve downloaded an ISO that is double-layer size, and you want to burn it to disk. The only way I know to set the layer-break in ImgBurn is to first mount it to a virtual drive. The *free and portable* ISO Toolkit works very well for that purpose, and I’ve never had an issue with it.


Well said, Gene. Although, you can also use IFOEdit to work with layer-breaks directly with the Video folder containing the VOB files. And even using ImgBurn, you don't need to burn a physical disc or even compile an ISO to preview the breaks. You can choose "Build an Image" using the raw video files, and if your output target is double-layer, ImgBurn will ask you to choose where you want to place the layer break.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#16

I like today's giveaway. For converting video I usually prefer to use 'Video 2 Video' Which allows loseless conversion (http://www.videotovideo.org/) or 'FreeMake Video Converter' which uses acceleration both for nVidia as well as for ATI, also allow youtube video download (http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/). If you download FreeMake, be sure to click 'custom installation' and check-out all the "additions". both Video2Video as well as FreeMake are free and very good.
So why do I like today's giveaway? because it is one of the only video converters that in the 'Edit-Crop' section, allows to enter the exact time for start and finish, while most other converters use a drag bar which is hard to use and not as accurate. Thumb up for me

Reply   |   Comment by Gordon  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)

A word of warning, Gordon...

I haven't tested this latest converter that's offered on today's GAOTD, but you have to be careful when installing Freemake. The company offers an awesome set of applications that I use often, but beware during installation. You'll easily get caught with bundled software you don't want if you don't pay close attention to every screen that comes up! The installation dotes you into believing you should agree to everything that pops up with quite convincing screens that make you think are necessary as a normal part of the installation. They are not! Due diligence is highly recommended for a "clean" install!

Reply   |   Comment by Turd  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

Also the manual input of Start time and End time , Chapter making , Subtitle Syncing , Metadata Editing are allowed in Xmedia Recode Portable , a popular and multi-featured Media Converter.

Reply   |   Comment by Jahid  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#15

Unfortunately no Cuda or AMD support no extra subtitle adding possible, quite "basic" converter, I suggest using Handbrake or Hybrid, as they are more versatile, and for a simple program with a straightforward UI: dvdvideosoft.com

Reply   |   Comment by LB  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#14

I have previously downloaded this from GAOD and have found it useful and as that was an older build (5.0.6) I decided to update to this version. From initial viewing there are no major differences although from listing on website it converts more formats etc and has more output options also.
Only niggle I had with installation on my Win 8.1 laptop was that the files showed as corrupted via IE but downloaded perfectly via Firefox. No previous download issues with IE and not a firewall/anti-virus issue.

Reply   |   Comment by Ivor W  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#13

Got this last time (during the world cup I think) and it's results are excellent.
So much so that when I have to wipe my computer recently, I bought it!

Gutted it's free today... but highly recommended.

Reply   |   Comment by blea101  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#12

#9 The Full version > enjoy lifetime free upgrade. No upgrades for the 'giveaway'

Reply   |   Comment by Stewart Wallace  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#11

I was easily able to install this on my Windows XP (SP3) system. Entering the license code from the website was also easy. I wasn't pleased that I had to give my email address as I get far to much spam as it is. I guess "free" really means selling access to your email now.

The application comes up and appears to run well on my system. I'd recommend it. The price isn't high and the product does work as advertised.

Reply   |   Comment by Brian S. Wilson  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#10

Dear GAOTD, We have so many flavors of video converters with many versions, and I can not even decide which one to use if I have any DVD. Can we try an RTMP streaming video recorder please. Thank you for all the giveaways.

Reply   |   Comment by Chuck  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#9

Is there a difference between the giveaway and the paid-for? This page says there is an "extra offer" to GOTD users to get "the full version". What does Digiarty mean by that? There are too many instances of developers sending out crippleware and wasting everyon time so I hope Digiarty isn't doing that here.

Reply   |   Comment by Maurice  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)

While I could of course be wrong, I take it to mean a regular version that can be updated. Digiarty has been occasionally giving away software for a long time now, on GOTD & elsewhere, & the most I've seen has been a nag screen when you closed the app, & the last several giveaways that's gone away once you registered the giveaway.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

I believe that with the paid-for version, you are paying for lifetime free upgrades.

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#8

@Digiarty,

I have version 5.5.2 of this software. One thing that has always annoyed me: the program fails to recognize a DVD image mounted to a virtual disk. For example, I'm using Imdisk (and it doesn't work with Daemon Tools either) to mount ISO images of DVDs I've either ripped or authored, and clicking on the grey "Open DVD" button on the main panel does nothing. The program is evidently hard-coded to only recognize the physical DVD drive (the button will work when an actual DVD is in the drive) or perhaps it only sees the first mount letter.
This is an irksome shortcoming. Have you fixed this in the newest version? If not, do you plan to?
Thanks.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert Garofalo  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+31)
#7

@ post #5 by Beardx: Quote: I like the feature to make a slideshow. Best not to get too excited, then: "slideshow making" is of such minimal implementation in this product that it might just as well not be there.

Digiarty has shoved it into the pot in an effort to distinguish this converter from those regularly dished out by its commercial rival Wondershare and all those Wondershare sub-brands. But neither thought nor effort has gone into it; indeed, Digiarty itself seems so embarrassed about its inadequacy that you won't even find the word "slideshow" mentioned in the program's Help index. Instead, it's buried in some unintelligible gobbledegook about "converting photos", none of which, incidentally, the program can recognize individually as images but must import as entire folders. Ludicrous.

That's not to say this 5.3.3. version (which I already have) isn't worth downloading, because where converters are concerned, newer can sometimes, though by no means always, be better. But don't acquire it on the basis that this thing is so versatile it'll fry your breakfast eggs or clean your shoes. It won't. It's just another converter. No more. No less.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+28)
#6

Installed and registered without problems, the serial number appears just above where you enter the e-mail address, so fast not obvious.
Always liked this companies video converter and this is no exception; in settings keep original appears where appropriate.
Quick test on a short video converted rapidly into a high quality output.
Unable to change the option checking for updates as it is greyed out.

A useful video converter that I will keep amongst my squirrel like collection, just in case!

Reply   |   Comment by XP-Man  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+33)
#5

Installed and activated on Win7-64bit without problems. Get license code via entering email address.

Have got version 5.5.2 on October 27, 2014. Just update to this new version. Works well while converting a 4K resolution video clip. Recently I downloaded several converters on my PC. To be honest, they all have similar funtions. So just choose what you like.

P.S. I like the feature to make a slideshow. :) Thanks GAOTD and Digiarty Software...

Reply   |   Comment by Beardxr  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+33)
#4

Installed and registered without problems on a WIn 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system.

A company without name and address. We had had the previous version on October 27, 2014. Here are the old reviews:
http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/winx-hd-videoconverter-deluxe/

And a word from the marketing:
The latest version of WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, after several strides and countless minor updates over the past year, has finally shown as the most perfect and stable version with unbeatable video converting functions and speed.

They wrote "version", not "program" - and I hope, that the latest version is always the best one... The marketing department canceled the claim to work with 8192×4320 UHD videos. Probably there was somebody with such a cam and tested it.

The software uses parts from the MPlayer team.

Upon start a well known interface opens. There is a family of clones or is there a master programmer, who creates the interface for half a dozen companies?

No need for me for a more detailed test. I don't know, how many times I have seen this software under different labels.

If you have one of these converters installed, you can replace it with the latest version. See above.

My comment for the last versions remains valid. Except the UHD video part.

Uninstalled via reboot.

Reply   |   Comment by Karl  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+62)

"Probably there was somebody with such a cam and tested it."

You don't need to have a 8K-Camera to get an 8K-Video, Karl. In fact you will hardly ever see a video out of the cam. Videos today are a composition of recordings (e.g. greenscreen), VFX and CGI. There are video editors (NLE's) that can produce 8K-Videos for presentations at exhibitions or trade fairs. Sure, we don't need to scale a video to or from 8K, but it's nice to have ;-)

Reply   |   Comment by Hermann  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)
#3

FYI, the software is built with an auto “Check for update” wizard. Clicking “OK” will direct you to an update page. But the software will not update itself. You may also click “Cancel” to close the window.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us!

support@winxdvd.com
Digiarty Software, Inc.

Reply   |   Comment by Digiarty Software  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+25)
#2

Cool'''''we're going with today giveaway 'Game'.Many ThKs!!!GAOTD/Team/Gamers.

Reply   |   Comment by Studiopro  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-89)
#1

Dear GOTD team, thank you for inviting us to join in your New Year Rerun Activity.

We also appreciate all GOTD users giving us valuable product improvement ideas in the past year!

To get license code of the latest WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, please:
1. Download the software from GOTD.
2. Go to http://www.winxdvd.com/giveaway/gotd.htm
3. Enter your valid email address and then click "Get License Code" button to unveil license code.

Extra offers: You have a chance to get full version of WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and HD Video Converter Deluxe at $ only 29.95. Buy Now, enjoy lifetime free upgrade and up to 75% off discount.

FYI, your email address will never be shared with any 3rd parties and you will receive only the update news or giveaway news from Digiarty Software. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Digiarty Software, Inc.
http://www.winxdvd.com

Reply   |   Comment by Digiarty Software  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+33)

I have a specific question to Digiarty Software Team. Hope they will answer it.

What are the major or/and minor differences between WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe and MacX HD Video Converter Pro for Windows ?

I am asking this as I already have "MacX HD Video Converter Pro for Windows" on my System . I know that both the programs are developed by Digiarty Software . And while checking the screenshots of both I couldn't distinguish them. Even feature-wise they seem to be absoultely similar.

I don't want two similar Converter ( and from same developer as well ) but If the developer can provide some explanation about their distinct features ( if any ) to help in this regard that will be appreciable.

-Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by Jahid  –  5 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)
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