When did file formats get so out of control? Documents, audio, video, and images all have different formats, and while some seem to be more accepted than others, you may have to use some of the more obscure file formats on certain occasions. For me, the most vexing file formats involve video. I can’t even begin to tell you how many times I’ve tried to watch a video only to find out that the format of the video wasn’t supported on the device or software that I was using. This can be very frustrating, and even though there may be software that can play multiple video formats, it’s not of use in some situations. The last thing that I want to do is spend (read: waste) some time trying to find downloadable software that will convert my videos to the appropriate format when I can just use an online service like Movavi Online Video Converter. 

To get started, either upload or provide the URLs for the videos that you want to convert (there are a couple of restrictions in terms of video length and size), select the desired output format, and enter your e-mail address so that you can be contacted when your videos are done. Movavi Online Video Converter is capable of converting and saving online videos from services like YouTube, and you can also combine all of the videos that you’ve specified into one video file.