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Download Free Studio 5 With 47 Free Multimedia Software

Free Studio is all in one solution for your needs. As the name implies, the application is free. The tools available with this suite are available separately, To get one you have to pay a heavy price.  Free Studio presents you a set of 47 programs. The main features of Free Studio 5 are listed below:

  • Download YouTube videos with the option of selecting Video Resolution, Convert YouTube Videos to mp3,iPod,iPhone and DVD, Upload files to YouTube or
  • Convert audio files between different  formats, Trim audio files, Convert video files to mp3, Rip audio CD's, Burn audio CD's
  • CD,DVD,BD Burning, Convert DVD videos to mp4 (for iPod,iPhone,Sony PSP, AppleTV),mkv,avi,
  • Different video converters for the AVI,WEBM,3GP,MP4 files,  Convert video to flash flv,swf and JPG format, Convert video to DVD format, Flip & Rotate Videos, Trim Videos
  • Resize the commonly used Images, Record the Desktop Screen
  • Convert videos for Android,BlackBerry, HTC,Motorola,Nokia,Samsung,LG and  Sony Phones
  • Convert videos for Xbox,Nintendo,PSP,PS3 and Tablet PC
  • Convert videos for iPod,iPhone,iPad and AppleTV
  • Convert images to 3D (3D images can be viewed only with stereo anaglyph glasses)
  • Convert videos to 3D (3D videos can be made using two videos with a small horizontal shift and also with a single video file )

Free Studio 5

Whenever  you want to convert any video or audio file you will see conversion progress on the 7 Aero Interface Taskbar.

FreeStudio Progress

Every conversion program gives you the option to save either audio or video in different formats and with a set of predefined settings. Although you can change these settings.

You can convert a batch of files easily. You can also convert real player rm, rmvb and quicktime mov formats.

Audio files can converted into mp3, m4a, aac, wav, wma, ogg, flac, ape.  The conversion is so great that it preserves your previous tagging.

Video files  can be converted into WebM, MP4, WMV, AVI, MKV, FLV, SWF, MOV, 3GP, M2Ts.

The setup file will ask you to install the DVDSoft Toolbar but you can cancel its installation.

All the conversion tools are similar in usage.

Open Free Studio –> MP3 & Audio –> Free Video to MP3

Now you can simple drag n drop or add files using the Add Files Button. You can choose the format of audio file, default is MP3. You can also choose the quality. Configured presets available are MP3 Audio Book, Old Standard, High Quality True Stereo, Lame Standard, Lame Extreme, Lame Insane.

You can also configure MP3 quality manually with the Preset Editor button available on the left. After you open the Preset Editor click on the New button and you can now manually set the Format, Sample rate, Channels and Bit-rate. When configured in Free Studio, type name of the new Preset in the Name Field and Description of the new parameters. Click Convert and it will start conversion. After a few minutes you will have the converted file in the Music Folder (Default selected Folder).

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