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Audials your universal converter for WMV

WMV is the best video file format for your and Windows Media Player. You can playback WMV files with your WMV player. Audials is your WMV converter. Audials converts WMV to AVI, WMV to DVD, WMV to MP4. Enjoy your WMV video files on your computer. Your videos can be played back at your PC, MP3 player, cell phone, Apple iPhone, Apple iPod or Microsoft Zune Player.

The Universal Video Converter for any case and every device

Audials assists you in dealing with aggrevating file-formatting problems associated with your video, flash clip and movie files. Furthermore, Audials reliably solves file formatting-issues via the “PerfectVideo” quality guarantee.

Audials is the solution you need, if you are having difficulties playing your videos, flash clips or HD movies on your playback devices. Audials simply converts any and every video file in the highest possible quality. Audials lets you conveniently convert M4V into WMV and then use these freshly converted files on your portable devices. More about the product

Thanks to its many features and options, Audials has proven to be a very useful tool for users, as indicated by its success and popularity around the world. The Audials’ software engineers have included numerous functions and settings, so that you are able to use Audials to quickly and automatically tackle any task without requiring a PhD. This also includes allocating file formats that can be converted for the most popular portable devices. No need to be an IT genius to figure out Audials! With Audials, you can simply select your cell phone or multi media player from a list of manufacturers and Audials then finds the right settings automatically. It’s like taking candy from a baby!

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Instruction for converting M4V to WMV
Start Audials.
Switch to the “Converter” view located in the “Universal converter” section.
Click the “Files” button and choose the “Add files” option from the drop down menu.
Select the files you want to convert. They will now be added to the list in the “Converter” view. As an alternative, you can always drag and drop files to the view.
Choose the profile with the desired file format from “Convert”. The default setting is “Universal, videos for Windows Mediaplayer”, which is well suited for PCs. Other predefined profiles are also available, for example for Smartphones or Tablets.
For fine adjustments or selecting a profile that is not pre-configured, simply click the button with the two arrows pointing upwards. You will then see a menu containing several output formats and a a large selection of available target devices (like Android & Apple iOS Smartphones and Tablets) you can make your selection from.
Once the output format is configured, click the “Start” button. The progress will be displayed in the “Converter” view, next to the files.
The converted files will show up in the Audials player on the right side of your screen after the conversion is complete.
You can now play the files with Audials or drag and drop them into another application or Windows Explorer to export them.

Audials has got the right software to solve any problem with file formats

With Audials Moviebox or Audials One, you can convert M4V Video files as well as all other Video and Movie file formats.

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About M4V

M4V files are iTunes Video Files. The M4V file format is a standard file format for videos for iPods and PlayStation Portables developed by Apple. Nowadays, Apple’s products like the iPod, iPhone, and iTunes Store, are becoming more and more popular so M4V files are becoming more commonly used. The M4V file format is based on the MPEG-4 AVC video compression, which is a global media standard with the aim to provide optimized video podcasts for the iPod. More Details how to record videos or movies from Apple iTunes

About WMV

WMV (Windows Media Video) is a compressed video compression format for several proprietary codecs developed by Microsoft. The original video format, known as WMV, was originally designed for Internet streaming applications, as a competitor to RealVideo. The other formats, such as WMV Screen and WMV Image, cater for specialized content. Through standardization from the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE), WMV 9 has gained adoption for physical-delivery formats such as HD DVD and Blu-ray Disc.

Windows Media Video is used for both streaming and downloading content via the Internet. Microsoft's Windows Media Player, an application bundled with Windows XP operating systems, lets you playback and manage a range of audio and video file types, including, of course, WMA and WMV.