"Any way to convert an AVI to MPEG file, or, how to convert AVI to MPEG? Is there any super fast and practical AVI to MPEG Converter software for me to use? I mean the one with powerful functions."
Leawo Video Converter, the best AVI to MPEG Video Converter is not only fast, powerful, but high output quality! Fast conversion with no quality lost, powerful video editing functions, such as cropping, trimming and adjusting, etc. Let's have a try immediately:
The steps below are for a detailed tutorial to use this Leawo AVI to MPEG Converter.
Open the converting program and add files
Drag your AVIs into the program, or click add icon to input the videos. Have a preview by double clicking the file name.
Edit video with customized features
Click edit icon to adjust the video effects, trim a video clip you like, and crop for a video dimension to your screen.
- Under "Trim", set the "Start Time" and "End Time" points for a video length.
- In the droplist of "Letter Box", select a "Crop" style, or adjust the offset values for a precise cropping.
- Under "Effect", drag the slides of "Brightness", "Contrast" and "Saturation" for a better visual effect. Drag "Volume" slide to adjust the volume.
- The "Watermark" part offers functions to give image watermark or text watermark on the video.
Start the conversion
Click "Convert" in the bottom right to start the conversion, and OVER, and your AVI is MPEG now, whatever you want to do with it, burn to DVD, or VCD, as you like. Fast conversion speed!
AVI (Audio Video Interleaved) file is a sound and motion picture file that conforms to the Microsoft Windows Resource Interchange File Format (RIFF) specification. AVI files (which end with an .avi extension) require a special player that may be included with your Web browser or may require downloading.
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.