How to convert video files with Kigo Video Converter Pro for Mac
This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to use Kigo Video Converter Pro for Mac to convert video files on Mac OS X (Tiger , Leopard and Snow Leopard).
With this Mac video converter, you can easily convert all video formats such as MPEG1, MPEG2, MP4, TOD, MKV, 3GP, 3G2, MOV, AVI, TS/TP (for HD Video) to any popular video formats including FLV, MKV, MOV, MP4, M4V, AVI, and MPG, and extract audio form video to MP3, AAC, OGG, WMA and WAV with excellent audio quality and super high conversion speed.
Step-by-step guide to convert videos
Free download Kigo Video Converter Pro for Mac.
There are two versions - Intel version and Power PPC version. Choose the suitable version according to the processor of your iMac / MacBook / MacBook Pro / MacBook Air / Mac Pro...
Install and run Kigo Video Converter Pro
Add files to convert
There are 3 file sources for you to import, including general video files, DVD files and website videos.
Load local videos from hard disc
Step1: Click （Or do this through the menu item File->Add Video）, then a adding window appear.
Step2: Locate and select the files you want to import.
Step3: Click the Open button, then you can see all the files you chose are shown in the file list.
It provides 2 extraction modes so that you can import and convert the main DVD movie or import all titles to convert. You can choose the one which you like in the preferences settings. Open it through Menu->Kigo Video Converter Pro->Preferences:
Load website videos
Step1: Click the library My File->Download, you will find all downloaded files are listed here.
Step2: Select the file you want to convert and click the button Add To Convert List. Then all the files you selected are shown in the Pending Files->Converting list.
Choose an output video or audio format.
From the screenshot below you can see that the output formats are classified according to different portable media players. So it is convenient for you to choose a suitable output format for your portable media player.
You can also choose an audio format (MP3, WAV, AAC) if you just want to extract audio from video on Mac OS X.
Tip 1. Kigo Video Converter Pro For Mac provides optimized presets for iPod, iPhone, PSP, PS3, Apple TV, Zune, Creative Zen, Toshiba Gigebeet, Windows mobile, MP4 players and MP3 players. All these make the video conversion for your portable devices as easy as just a matter of a few clicks!
Tip 2. If you want to set video and audio encoding settings by yourself, like setting a lower bit rate to compress the video, just click the general, video, audio and subtitle button to customize the parameters of the output video and audio.
You can save the converted files anywhere you like, or just keep the software's default output directory. If you want to rename the output files, input the name in "Output Filename".
Start the video conversion
Click to start converting
Tips: You can preview the video files before conversion in preview window to check if the video is the right you want to convert.
Besides, before conversion, you can edit your videos. Kigo Video Converter Pro can help you crop video size, edit video effects and add watermark, trim video clips and merge video segments into a single file.