MacX Pro Video Converter: Free! (for now)

I just got an email from a small web-based software company, Digiarty, that is giving away full copies of their video converting software to celebrate the launch of their latest website, MacX. Essentially, it takes a variety of video formats (including Mac-specific ones like .MOV, as well as PC-specific ones, like .WMV and .AVI) and converts them into any variety of formats, including pre-made “templates” (like “iPhone” or “Apple TV”).

Here’s a clip from the email:

MacXDVD Software (www.macxdvd.com) is our new website which mainly focuses on Mac products, but also with

Windows version included. For the coming Thanksgiving, we are running giveaway on both Mac and Windows version of MacX Video Converter Prountil Nov 15. So I am writing to see if you would be interested in this giveaway and share this giveaway news or review it on your site.

The Giveaway Page: http://www.macxdvd.com/mac-video-converter-pro/

Built in 420+ video/audio codecs and advanced HD video decoding engine, MacX Video Converter Pro owns powerful capabilities to convert among all HD video and SD videos and transfer to Mac, PC, iMovie, iTunes, iPhone iPad, iPod, etc.

It also enables users to download YouTube videos and convert to other format or create VOB files from video for burning to DVD.

How to Get MacX Video Converter Pro for Free

1.     For Mac users, download the full version of MacX Video Converter Pro by click “Download for Mac” button, and use the license code: AY-DSJGNKY-6E7E777

2.     For Windows users, download the full version of MacX HD Video Converter Pro for Windows by click “Download for Windows” button, and use the license code: BO-UMUJUMYT-FBOBXO

MacX Giveaway Page

  • themecreator

    Hey, just what I was looking for! It's so annoying with all the videos you want to convert to ipod format. But with all kinds of programs (which I've used so far), you always get this copymark thing sticking all over the screen… I guess this program won't leave any mark, since it's the full version?

    • http://technoheads.org Salem

      Nnnope :) and if you want more advanced features, try MediaCoder. It

      isn't as simple, though, and gets very confusing at times.