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Movkit Zune Video Converter

Movkit Zune Video Converter is a powerful converter supporting nearly all video format, including AVI,MPEG,ASF/WMV,RMVB,RM,DivX.With it,you can easily convert AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV/VOB/MOV/DIVX/XVID/RMVB/RM to Zune WMV MP4. As default setting, MovKit Zune Video Converter offer existing presets to use parameters .Just select a… Continue Reading →

Movkit Pack Platinum

ALL-IN-ONE solution for Video conversion ,A powerful tool to create perfect picture quality DVD backups and use DVD ripping and copying software which can copy DVD to iPod. You will get real DVD copies of your DVD collection winthin 30-40… Continue Reading →

Movkit Batch Video Converter Pro

Movkit Batch Video Converter Pro, it supports almost all popular video conversion between each other to meet your needs for a variety of video formats, while providing powerful functions you do not have a complex set, you can finish the… Continue Reading →

Movkit PSP Suite

Movkit PSP suite is a powerful Converter suite supporting all formats file,you can easily convert them to PSP Movie(MP4,AVC).You can view output in the program using Preview feature before converting. As default setting, Movkit PSP suite offer existing presets to… Continue Reading →

Movkit DVD Copy

Movkit DVD Copy is a powerful tool to create perfect picture quality DVD backups,using specialised transcoding technology You will get real DVD copies of your DVD collection winthin 30-40 minutes without any loss of quality. You get completely the same… Continue Reading →

Movkit PSP Video Converter

Movkit PSP Video Converter is a powerful converter supporting nearly all video format, including AVI,MPEG,ASF/WMV,RMVB,RM,DivX.With it,you can easily convert AVI to MP4/M4V/MOV, ASF/WMV to MP4/M4V/MOV,AVI/MPEG/ASF/WMV/VOB/MOV/DIVX/XVID/RMVB/RM to PSP Movie(MP4 AVC). As default setting, MovKit PSP Video Converter offer existing presets to… Continue Reading →

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