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uRex Video Converter Platinum

A powerful and professional video converting solution which can convert almost all the popular video formats on your PC to various formats.

Convert the popular video formats on your PC to various formats like AVI, MPEG, WMV, DivX, MP4, H.264/AVC, AVCHD, MKV, RM, MOV, XviD, 3GP, and audio MP3, WMA, WAV, RA, M4A, AAC, AC3, OGG. Also, it makes you to enjoy movie on on your PS3, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, Xbox, Google phones, iPad, iPad2 and other digital multimedia devices with ease.

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