You are about to run out of a hard disk free space and still not ready to decide which home video is worth storing and which should be deleted? Of course nowadays you can just use your DVD-R drive and burn as many DVDs as you want to free your hard disk space but it's not the way out for you because you need an instant access to your media instead of spending time in searching for the necessary disc among hundreds of them. The way out is to reduce the size of all the home video you have on your hard disk using AVS Video Converter so to have extra free space. The steps below will help you to solve your issue successfully.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSVideoConverter.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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To select a video you would like to convert hit the Browse... button next to the Input File Name field. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video file:
After having selected your input video file, pay attention to the Formats tab of the Main Toolbar placed at the top area of AVS Video Converter window (click the More Formats button to open the More Formats Toolbar which contains some additional formats, if necessary). Click the button corresponding to your input video file format:
Click the Advanced >> button to see the additional file parameters:
Choose the Conversion Options tab that will help you compare the input and output file parameters. Pay attention to the following properties that should be the same in the Input File and Output File sections correspondingly: Frame Size - i.e. video image width and height and Frame Rate:
If the corresponding values of the Output File section for Frame Size, Frame Rate differ, correct them by selecting the values which are equal to those of the input file from the appropriate control boxes.
To reduce the video file size saving its format means to set a lesser video and audio codecs bitrate for an output file as compared with an input one. Set a lesser value in editbox labelled as Bitrate in the Video section. You can also reduce an audio bitrate value if it turned out to be more than that of the input file:
If the selected codec allows to evaluate the maximum output file size, you can see the Max File Size in the Output File section.
Choose the directory to save. To do that click the Browse... button placed to the right of the Output File Name area:
Specify the directory for saving the result and click Save:
Everything is ready to start the reduction procedure. Click the Convert Now! button:
The process will take some time depending upon your hardware, the input file size, its format and parameters applied. After that you can find your reduced output video in the destination folder.