Freemake Video Converter 2.1: First 2011 User-Suggested Freeware Release

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The first 2011 release of Freemake Video Converter, coming to respond users' suggestions, is enhanced with new features: full subtitles support, new photo slideshow manager, and many others.

Freemake Video Converter

The year 2010 witnessed a significant increase in the converter's popularity, we got tons of emails with suggestions. The version 2.1 comes to implement those of most demand.

Freemake.com, the developer of free alternatives to paid software, releases Freemake Video Converter 2.1, the first 2011 major update that introduces a bundle of new features frequently requested both by users and respected tech editors. The new version of free video converter features the full subtitles support, ISO creation, updated photo slideshow manager, enhanced options for DVD/Blu-ray burning.

Freemake.com is one of few freeware projects that can boast of the high-level interaction between end users and the development team. "The year 2010 witnessed a significant increase in the converter's popularity, we got tons of emails with suggestions", says Eugene Polevshchikov, the product development head. "The version 2.1 comes to implement those of most demand".

The updated Freemake Video Converter 2.1 is now capable of converting DVD/MKV/MOV videos with embedded subtitles to any of the supported formats or multimedia devices, including iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP, Xbox, and Android. In case a video doesn't contain any subtitles, the free video converter can easily embed external SSA/SRT/ASS subtitles. Also, Freemake Video Converter makes it possible to add an audio file for converting with video content. All these new features let customize the resulted video according to users' needs and create original video interpretations.

Substantial improvements were implemented to DVD/Blu-ray burning. Version 2.1 allows to save the output DVD/Blu-ray video to the hard disc drive either as an ISO image or DVD/Blu-ray folder, thus making it easy to generate multiple copies of one and the same disc. Also present is the option of DVD to DVD/Blu-ray conversion.

Freemake Video Converter 2.1 comes with the enhanced photo slideshow manager which offers full editing facilities, including the ability to add, rearrange, remove, shuffle or auto-rotate photos, plus create a panorama effect. Users can easily organize pictures within a slideshow before publishing it to YouTube. The ergonomic and intuitive interface reduces learning curve to the minimum. Even non-technical people can make the most out of this free video conversion tool.

About Freemake Video Converter
Freemake Video Converter is a free video application which combines powerful video conversion facilities with unmatched multimedia management services like online video ripping, DVD/Blu-ray burning, video editing, and uploading any multimedia content to YouTube. The software is absolutely free and doesn't contain any toolbars or hidden costs.

About Ellora Assets Corp.
Ellora Assets Corp. (http://www.freemake.com) is a fast growing IT company with divisions in the USA and Russian Federation. The company specializes in the development of free video solutions for end users worldwide. All freeware products under Freemake brand can be found on the official website: http://www.freemake.com.

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