Movavi Video Converter
Movavi Video Converter
20.0.1

3.0

Movavi Video Converter free download for Mac

Movavi Video Converter

20.0.1
26 November 2019

Easy-to-use video and audio file converter.

Overview

Movavi Video Converter is a video and audio file converter. Convert video and audio on your Mac. Save videos for watching on your portable device. Extract soundtracks from video. And much more...

Here's just a taste of what you can do with Movavi Video Converter:

  • Convert video and audio files between popular formats: AVI (including DivX, XviD, and other codecs), MPEG 1,2, MP4 (including H.263, H.264, and other codecs), 3GP (3GPP, 3GPP2), Flash (FLV) as well as MP3, WAV, OGG, AAC, and FLAC.
  • Use the ready-made presets for popular media players: iPod, iPhone, PSP, Apple TV, Epson, BlackBerry, and more.
  • Fine-tune any output format settings to get exactly the results you want.
  • Join multiple videos and combine them into a single movie.
  • Save time with our ultra high-performance video converting technology.

What's new in Movavi Video Converter

Version 20.0.1:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later

  • Minor improvements and bug fixes

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labman57
26 October 2018

Most helpful

How does the version manage to jump from v.8.4 to v.19.0???
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Version 19.0.0
labman57
26 October 2018
How does the version manage to jump from v.8.4 to v.19.0???
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Version 19.0.0
1 answer(s)
maryhart-1
maryhart-1
29 December 2018
It is weird. Did the developer make a mistake?
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Corlit
13 April 2017
On Mac, version 7 is full of bugs. Do not upgrade version 6. Soft not to use. Version 6 did its job: but it is untraceable.
Like (1)
Version 7.2.0
1 answer(s)
Aargl
Aargl
11 June 2017
Another star for Movavi (at least version 6...): I download mp4 audio podcasts from the BBC, unreadable by QuickTime or any portable device I have; the only app that can remux them to m4a without conversion is this one!
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Aargl
13 March 2016
I've tried it on various conversions, compared to Handbrake and iFFmpeg. - repacking of a .mkv in a .mp4 container with the so-called "Superspeed" setting: 18s (8s for iFFmpeg...) - whenever there is actual conversion, it performs equal or slower than the two others - the only point where Movavi beats flat its competitors is when trimming mp4 to mp4, there, the "Superspeed" thing is amazingly fast! (quite instantaneous where iFFmpeg took 45s!) So if you only have to trim a lot of movies, with no conversion, cropping or else, go for it!
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Version 6.2
1 answer(s)
Aargl
Aargl
19 March 2016
Since that review, I've discovered Remux and MKVtoolnix, two free alternatives for remuxing...
As for the cutting work, Movavi is not precise at all, even if you seem to be setting your IN/OUT points to the frame, at least if you plan to use the values it shows in another software.
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RogerKatz
16 July 2015
Version 5.1.0 is available for $0.99 (ninety-nine cents) at a Mac App Store sale today.
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Version 5.1.2
neartheredrocks
28 December 2014
Is Movavi just another alias company for Wondershare (and its various offsprings)?

Without having tested this application I dare to say that absolutely no video converter software can beat HandBrake. I can only encourage everybody to try this excellent free and open-source application.
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Version 5.1.0
1 answer(s)
ras-2
ras-2
06 January 2015
So are you saying Handbrake will keep my original dates on my Mac?
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ras-2
26 December 2014
Can anyone who isn't related to an video converter please tell me which one will convert videos and keep the original date on them once converted.? I bought Movavi and even with the new version which was supposed to fix this prob…its not fixed! It's driving me crazy, as I have to manually change the dates of each video once converted. OR is it something within my MAC???
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Version 5.1.0
1 answer(s)
DirkTheMenace
DirkTheMenace
27 December 2014
I think IFFmpeg can keep the original date.
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Shendarwang
17 November 2014
Too expensive! I do not have so much money to buy this converter. So I selected the similar software total video converter pro with $14.99. I can accept this price. And I have used this app for a few weeks, it is good for me!
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Version 5.0.0
Wwinter86
14 November 2014
The fastest encoding speed I've ever seen in a Video Converter.
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Version 5.0.0
Steeps-Patrick
14 December 2013
Bad app, bad GUI, bad results, bad developper Avoid
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Version 4.1.0
GeogProf
15 September 2012
Pure crap. Instead, consider this: The best video converter by farrrrr is also one of the cheapest — iFFmpeg, which easily and QUICKLY handles nearly any video transcoding job, and it only costs $12! It’s a front end for FFmpeg (vastly superior to other such FFmpeg GUIs), which is an open source transcoder/streamer/anythingyouwanter that’s under continuous development by some of the most talented and generous folks in the biz. I’m not the only one to think so highly of iFFmpeg, it’s one of the highest rated applications on MacUpdate.com at well over 4.5 stars — very few apps have been able to sustain such a rating with so many raters (over 170 think iFFmpeg is the best)! Check it out at http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/35846/iffmpeg.
Like (8)
Version 3.1.1