HD Video Converter
HD Video Converter batch converts HD videos (MKV, MVI, MXF, MTS, M2TS, WMV, FLV/F4V, etc.) from your AVCHD camcorders/ DVs, and video sharing sites to other HD or common video/ audio formats for better editing on FCP, FCPX, Avid, and iMovie, or playing on popular portable devices like iPad, iPod Touch 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, Droid X, BlackBerry, PS3, Apple TV, Xbox 360, Motorola Xoom, Nook Color, Samsung Galaxy Tab, HP TouchPad, etc. with the best quality.
Supports OS X Lion(10.7).
For editing software:
Import MKV, MVI, MXF, MTS, M2TS, etc. to your FCP, FCPX, iMovie, Adobe Premiere, etc.
The fast converted files (with Apple ProRes) can be imported to FCP, FCPX, etc. without rendering.
Output framerates with decimals when encoding Apple ProRes.
Encode with third-party codecs from the FCP/FCPX installed on your computer, fast and high quality.
For portable devices:
Support output videos for almost all portable devices and tablets.
Preset device parameter profiles easy for you to finish the work by clicks.
Customizable parameters help you set and output the RIGHT video you wanted.
Simple but useful editing options help you trim, crop, enlarge volume, add watermark, and more.
Estimate the output size and time remaining.
Option to shut down computer after conversion
Supported import formats:
AVCHD Video (*.mts, *.m2ts), MOD, TOD,
H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (*.mp4),
MKV HD Video, EVO, DivX, XviD, AVI,
Audio-Video Interleaved HD Video (*.avi),
HD Pocket Camcorder Video (*.mp4),
Flip camera HD video (*.mp4),
H.264/AVC, TS TiVo, TiVo, MXF,
MPEG, WMV, FLV, H.264/MPEG-4,
MOV, RM, RMVB, ASF, H.263, etc.
Apple ProRes 422 (FCP 6 or above is recommended),
Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422 (LT),
Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy), Apple ProRes 4444, DVCPRO, HDV, Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC),
Avid DNxHD (*.mov), H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (*.mp4),
H.264 HD Video (*.mov),
QuickTime HD Video (*.mov),
QuickTime Movie format (*.mov),
WMV HD Video (*.wmv), etc.
I was recommended to your product through other users via You Tube. I use Final Cut Pro 7. Well I have just started using it and coming across your product made it possible for me to finish my product.(I had to convert 3 different files to Apple Pro Res for Muticut). I have just finished using it again to send off a viewing copy.
I use an Android phone and have found Foxreal to be very easy and faultless to use.
I like the simplicity of the interface, good job. I am relatively new to video editing, your software was by far the most 'user friendly'.
I had recently purchased a Canon XF100, and more recently Final Cut Pro X. The problem was that FCPX does not support the Canon AVCHD files. I tried a number of programs that claimed to support AVCHD, but none of them supported the Canon XF100 wrapper.
I downloaded the trial version of your program (and subsequently purchased it) and it worked flawlessly for conversion to Apple ProRes files.
Foxreal was the only one I could find that met all my required specs. I'm converting AVCHD to Prores 422. Everything seems to be working so far.
Free customer service:
Some known bugs fixing and features optimizing like
1. Realtime output preview in Crop section
2. Enhanced the preview of text watermark
3. Optimized the background effect of Output Preview window in Editing Section
4. Added Customize Profile option under Tools menu
5. Changed the default frame rate related to Apple Prores into 23.976 and removed “Original” option
6. Enhanced the import, trimming, merging, and conversion of Tivo files
7.Optimized Pocket PC VGA(*.avi)、Pocket PC(*.avi) output formats
Most Helpful Reviews
it's worth it - It is really awesome and it is really quick.
crashes - keeps crashing! haven't been able to convert any videos!
More Reviews for Current Version
Good variety of options works well. - The good: Has lots of conversion types even stripping audio from a video. Works on the older system, which I prefer! I convert over the air captured video files that often contain glitches, the program rarely crashes on these, and keeps the audio and video synced. It can change volume + or -, and brightness / contrast (over the entire video). It can trim start and end segments off It can join 2 or more files into one, which is handy because you can't just remove a center portion. Not so good: Trimming is difficult to line up to desired frame, even thought you can type in a time value. contrast / brightness is not previewed very well, may need multiple tries. interface to choose convert type a little dated. All in All it does what I need and more. Mike L.