If you ever feel frustrated that you have videos scattered over too many devices, you're not alone. You also probably have older videos in formats that you can't even watch anymore.
It's understandable. It's easy to take videos from your smartphone or tablet, so you take videos of everything. You have videos from birthday parties, holiday celebrations and vacations, many of them recorded on devices you haven't used in years.
What good are those videos if you can't watch them? There's a site that helps to ensure all your videos are in formats you can view, and that are easy to edit. It's called Any Video Converter. (Make sure you use the free versions; see links next page.)
The best part about AVC, besides being free, is that there are so many options to convert videos. For instance, if you're using a Windows PC, you can convert from MP4, MPEG, VOB, WMV, AVI, MOV, and many others, to MPG, MP4, AVI, HTML5 WEBM, HTML5 OGG, HTML5 MP4, and many others.
Note: AVC also works on Macs; see download instructions next page.
Plus, you can take your videos from your old devices, or from the Internet, and convert them to play on numerous devices. You can convert videos to watch them on Android or iOS devices (see photo), tablets like Amazon's Fire, or game consoles like Xbox, and more.