Many people are wondering a way to easily watch their MOV video files on their iPhone or other popular media players that couldn’t recognize MOV video format. And there’re really so many ways to realize this. Leawo MOV to MPEG video Converter is the most efficient solution for you to convert MOV to MPEG videos so as to let you enjoy MOV videos on more MPEG friendly players easily. This MOV to MPEG converter could not only help you to convert MOV to MPEG videos, but also convert MOV to other popular video formats like MP4, AVI, FLV, etc. for different destination uses. Meanwhile, with the professional output video file parameters available for resetting, this MOV to MPEG converter could output files exactly to your needs. By converting MOV to MPEG videos, you have got the MOV files applicable to your devices and players freely as you like.For Mac OS users, Leawo null would complete the conversion with ease.
Launch Leawo MOV to MPEG Converter. Click Add Video button to import source MOV files (Click button or drag-and-drop source files on MOV to MPEG converter for Mac).
Choose MPEG as output profile
Click Profile frame to choose MPEG as output format in Common Video group. (on Mac MOV to MPEG Converter, click the icon before 3D button to enter Profile panel).
You could change output file parameters by clicking settings button next to the Profile frame: Video Codec(choose according to your destination utility), Audio Codec, Aspect Ratio, Bit Rate, Video Size (you can choose from the provided options or manually input the size you prefer), Frame Rate, etc.
Convert MOV to MPEG
Start MOV to MPEG conversion by clicking the convert button. After the conversion, you only need to transfer converted videos to your destination devices or players as you like.
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MPEG stands for the Motion Picture Experts Group, part of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), charged with creating and publishing standards for various areas of technology, respectively. MPEG standards address audio and video formats used online, in television broadcasts, and in DVD media.