Miro Video Converter
Miro Video Converter
3.0

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Miro Video Converter free download for Mac

Miro Video Converter

3.0
06 November 2012

Convert videos to iOS-compatible formats.

Overview

Miro Video Converter has presets that will convert video to the correct sizes and formats for popular phones, iPods, and other media players. Just convert your video and copy it to your device

What's new in Miro Video Converter

Version 3.0:

New features:

  • Batch Processing
  • More devices and output formats
  • Better control for output size and aspect ratio
  • Output of progressive MP4 files for web playback
  • Improved WebM output quality with SD and HD options
  • Thumbnail generation
  • Some additional output options for video developers
  • And it’s all wrapped up in an incredible new UI!

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15 Miro Video Converter Reviews

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Traspler
09 April 2010

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I really like the simplicity of the app as it does everything a normal user wants without bombarding you with values you have no clue of how to adjust. Sadly this won't allow you to change any of the presets as some are terrible. The OGG Theora preset seems sensible but the G1 preset for example is terrible!! I converted the same small file with Miro and HandBreak (Using the iPhone preset with resolution and extension change): Miro's result is slightly smaller in size but has way worse video and especially worse audio quality than HandBreak's result. The other problem I found was that it nearly never shows you the progress. Mostly it will just show you the striped bar but actually starts converting. If the presets get some more tweaking and the small UI glitches get fixed, I think this could be a really great video converter.
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Version 1.5
Chrischram
31 July 2017
This excellent app may have been abandoned. None of the links on the developer's site work anymore.
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Version 3.0
IvanJ5678
10 December 2015
1. It's .pkg instead of that kind dragging into /Applications folder directly. 2. It's a bit slow and I finally choose Adapter. (which is .dmg installation)
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Version 3.0
Funjoy
01 November 2014
Tried downloading app twice - once from Macupdate, once from developer's site. Each time the dmg would unpack, but the app would not launch - OS X told me that the file was damaged and told me to throw it in the trash. Oh well.
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Version 3.0
Gary30
15 January 2013
I recently purchased iFFmpeg (and like it). The screen shot for Miro looked remarkably similar and so I checked it out and, yes, this is another GUI front end for FFmpeg. Miro is simpler than iFFmpeg which may be a good thing for many. But if you want to tweak more stuff, then a more full featured GUI would be useful. Conversion times for identical movies are virtually identical to other FFmpeg-based converters.
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Version 3.0
DeProfeet
07 November 2012
On Mountain Lion v10.8.2: "“Miro Video Converter” is damaged and can’t be opened." Developer may want to look into this.
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Version 3.0
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zo219
zo219
21 February 2013
Note: This sometimes happens with downloads. Try a fresh copy.
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Fb-eye71
07 November 2012
Miro is easy to use and does what it says. But the new UI for version 3 is just horrible. What were they thinking?
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Version 3.0
CR1776
21 March 2012
Won't do any conversions to any format on OS X 10.7: "moov atom not found" for example. And you can't even copy the error log. Very un-Mac-like and unreliable. If the features worked, it sounds good though.
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Version 2.6
kbaxxx
30 August 2011
Excellent app - better than most of the paid apps. It just works. The only format I have to use another tool for is swf/flv. Gets my html5 video processing done nicely.
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Version 2.5
JavierRD
15 August 2011
i convert a flv video to mp4 for my ipod,so i did the conversion in Quicktime X but the result was pixelated and bad quality,this Miro converter do the job very well (good quality conversion to mp4) so try this.
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Version 2.5
Bruce-Juice
31 July 2011
While I do use Handbrake for most of all my converting needs, Miro is great for making quick conversions for the web (Theora for example) when you don't need to tweak the video. It's three step process -- select video, select output format, and convert -- makes it simple to use. (The only format I ran into problems with was 3gp)
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Version 2.5