The professional iSkysoft AVI to MPG Video Converter for Mac is a mustTo finish the AVI to MPG task easily and quickly . It is the very AVI to MPG converter with high quality which offers you super fast conversion speed and loss-less quality conversion additional to the basic video conversion function.
Have downloaded some AVI files on line or recorded some amazing AVI video clips with your camera and would like to change AVI to MPEG/MPG for Mac for burning DVD or convenient playback on players? If so, you'll need to convert AVI to MPG and this article would help you a lot with its detailed easy-to-practice but efficient Mac conversion guide.
Launch the converter, drag & drop AVI files to it. To add files, you can also go to the "File" menu, choose "Load Media Files" to locate the AVI files you want to add. Batch conversion is available, so you can add several files at one time. In addition, you can toggle "merge" on to combine several AVI files for getting a continuous video file.
MPG is the file extension for MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 files. So here, you can go to the format list, choose either "MPEG-1" or "MPEG-2" under the "Video Formats" section as the output format.
What's more, the AVI to MPEG/MPG Converter for Mac (Mac OS X Lion included) also allows you to edit the files before you start the conversion. You can crop the black edge of your video, trim the video even apply some cool effects like Old-film to the clip to improve your files. Detail info in the Guide of Video Converter for Mac.
Just hit the "convert" button, and leave the smart Video Converter for Mac to finish the rest for you. In addition, if you are too busy to wait for the end of the task and happen to have to leave, you can set "after the conversion shut down my computer" which then makes the smart AVI to MPEG Mac application automatically shut down your Mac.
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Drag & drop the WMV files to the Video Converter for Mac. Alternatively, you can nvigate to the File menu, and click
As a common digital video format standardized by the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG), MPG typically incorporates MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 audio and video compression and is often used for creating movies that are distributed on the Internet. And MPG is the file extension for MPEG-1 or MPEG-2 files.