Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 14, 2007
DVDVideoSoft, an independent software vendor, announces the launch of its new Web site and free video editing software . This site also provides a free video converter and multimedia software guides and tutorials. Unlike software and shareware catalogs collecting third-party products, DVDVideoSoft carefully designs, develops and releases all free software titles under its own name and makes them available to computer users without any hidden fees, subscriptions or registrations.
Today DVDVideoSoft at http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/free-dvd-video-software.htm offers 10 simple tools that let computer users do a lot of video tricks, including the downloading of YouTube clips to a hard drive or the playback of YouTube clips on portable players, such as iPods, iPhones, PSPs or cell phones, or turning videos into MP3 songs or mobile phone ringtones with the Free YouTube to MP3 Converter.
Videos can also be turned into web-friendly Flash clips with its free video to flash converter; audio can be extracted from video files with its video to MP3 Converter; and video clips can be uploaded to YouTube (bypassing YouTube's Web interface) with its YouTube uploader. Videos can be converted into other formats using its iPhone converter or its YouTube to iPod converter. Unwanted parts from MPEG videos can be cut without re-encoding and without sacrificing the original quality using its MPEG cut software. In addition, videos can be prepared and played on PC or portable devices using its 3GP Converter or Video-to-iPhone and iPod Converters.
And this is just the beginning... in the coming months DVDVideoSoft plans to release several new offerings, including Free Video Rotate and a Free Video to JPEG Converter. The existing programs will also support more video formats and devices.
All programs from DVDVideoSoft are absolutely free and run under all Windows versions, including Vista. The users' privacy is highly respected and no spyware or adware is utilized. Video Editing Software and its video converter collection is also available in a variety of languages, including English, German, French and Japanese.
Besides free downloads, the site provides many tutorials and guides. Choices of tutorials and topics are great, so if computer users ever had questions on how to burn movies to DVD, delete scenes from video without re-recording or split a DVD into chapters, DVDVideoSoft provides the answers.
For more information on DVDVideoSoft's free Video Editing Software and video converter selection, visit http://www.dvdvideosoft.com.
In addition to its software site, DVDVideoSoft runs Free On-Line Video Conversion resource VIDOKY (http://www.vidoky.com), one of the most popular video download sites on the Internet.