Converting Videos for Websites with Movavi Video Converter

When you’re thinking about publishing a video on your website, the big question you need to ask yourself is: How? In most cases people either tend to upload their videos to platforms such as YouTube and then embed the video from there, or provide it as a download link hosted on their own website. In either case, knowing how to convert your videos is going to come in handy.

Movavi Video Converter

By using Movavi Video Converter, making sure your video is ready to be published online is really quite easy. It will allow you to optimize your video for online video sharing platforms such as Facebook or YouTube, or even convert it to a universally compatible format so that it can be downloaded and watched with no issues. If you’re interested in a hard copy of your video, you could even convert video to DVD.

All that you need to do is add the video that you want to convert and choose the format or preset that you want to use to convert it. From amongst the hundreds of presets that are available you’ll find many that cater to mobile devices along with online video sharing websites such as Facebook and YouTube. Once you’ve selected a preset or format you can simply click ‘Convert’ to start the conversion.

To really make sure that your videos turn out the way that you want, you could even use Movavi Video Converter to edit them. It will allow you to trim out unwanted segments of video, merge video clips together, enhance the video quality, correct common problems such as shaky or pixelated video, and even crop or rotate the video frame.

On top of all that, Movavi Video Converter is also more than capable of dealing with other types of media files and will help you to convert audio and image files, extract audio from video, create animated GIFs from video clips, and even save screenshots directly from video frames.

In a nutshell, Movavi Video Converter has all the tools and features you’ll need to take care of your day to day media needs for your website. By exploring its features and learning how to use them you may even be able to do a lot more with your media files than you’ve done in the past, and that could really prove useful.