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Miro Video Converter for Mac

miro_video_converter_icon.gifMiro Video Converter for Mac is a free application that gives you a really easy way to convert almost any video to MP4, Ogg Theora, iPod, or a specific phone.  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.  It's so easy a caveman could do it!

This handy little app has presets for a variety of formats and devices, which seems to be an ever-changing hurdle these days.  Supported devices include:  Android phones, iPhone, iPod Touch, iPod Nano, iPod Classic, Google Nexus One, PSP, and more.  Converts virtually any video file to MP4 or Theora including:  AVI, H264, MOV, WMV, XVID, MKV, & FLV.
miro_video_converter_formats.png To use it, just drag and drop a video you want to convert into the application, select your preset, and let it go...it quickly converts your file so all you have to do is add it to your portable device.  The file is saved in the same folder as the video source.  With the intuitive interface, it easily takes the hassle out of converting video, not to mention, it's completely free!

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