Wednesday, January 18, 2006


Need to convert your camera's .3gp files into an .avi format? This program is really fast and easy to use. I love it. - Marc

From the website -
"The Mobile 3GP converter is using "3GPtoRawAVI" converter to convert 3GP files (3rd Generation Partnership Project, *.3gp) to uncompressed AVI files (*.avi) in a user-friendly way. The 3GP video files must have audio in order to be converted. The program offers two modes, one for single file conversion and a second for multiple files conversion for converting many 3GP files at once. In a single file conversion you have the option to convert only the audio, only the video or both. The 3GP file format is being used by the majority of modern mobile phones that have the ability to capture video."

Miksoft also has several other programs available that you might want to check out -

MIKSOFT MovieSlave

The MovieSlave is a very simple cross-platform (Windows, Linux) movie manager. It can automatically fetch movie details from the IMDb.

MIKSOFT Mobile AMR converter

The version 1.4 of Mobile AMR converter is now available. In the new version MP3 to AMR conversion has been aded. This program uses Sony Ericsson AMR converter, to convert AMR files (*.amr) to wave files (AMR to WAVE), and vice-versa (WAVE/MP3 to AMR) The AMR format is used by mobile phones mainly for audio recording.


TaskFX is a simple and useful to-do list manager, with alarm for tasks in specific date and time and the ability to show selected tasks at the start-up of the program. Also, a birthday reminder is available.


A free DVD player with user DVD database, user selectable colour schemes, DVD decoders included and features enough for an average user.

I probably should post this on my computer blog but I think the .3gp converter belongs here easily enough.


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