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The giveaway has ended. Winners have received their free license by email. Congratulations to the winners. More than 400 contestants entered and we had way to few licenses to give out. Thank you for your interest in our giveaways and if you didn’t win this time, good luck next time. 

Aimersoft Video Converter Ultimate is an all in one fully loaded yet easy-to-use program to help you easily and quickly convert video and DVD, burn video to DVD, download online videos and edit your home videos so that you can play and share videos anywhere you like.

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Aimersoft Video Converter ScreenshotPROS: Easy to use. Working straight out of the box. Very intuitive.CONS:None reallyVERDICT: This program is so easy to use that even beginners can finish converting videos without any learning time.!PRICE:USD 59.95

VERSION REVIEWED: 4.2.4

READ MORE: Aimersoft Video Converter

Convert files between all popular video formats

With over 30 major video formats to choose from, take virtually any video from you digital camera, online video sites like Hulu, YouTube, Google video, etc. and watch it anywhere. Here are just a few of the 30 + available video formats to optimize your video:TS, HD AVI, HD WMV, HD MOV, HD AVI, MTS, M2TS, AVI, MP4, WMV, MPEG, MOV, FLV, MKV, 3GP and more.

Features

  • Convert any 2D video in AVI, MKV, MOV, MP4 and more to 3D videos.
  • Rip DVD to all popular video formats
  • Extract audio or photo clips from DVD
  • Download streaming video online
  • Customize frame size, trim video, add effects
  • 6X Faster Conversion Speed

The Competition

Entry is easy…

Send me an email at competition@mintywhite.com, with subject: “Aimersoft”.

Giveaway Competition ends on July 27th 2012, so make sure you enter before that. Winners will receive their free license directly from Aimersoft.

 



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  • Ang087

    Aimersoft used to be Danuisoft. It had been about a year since I used it because I had been a way for awhile. When I opened the Danuisoft prgram, I got a popup wanting me to upgrade. I figured it was free since I had already purchased it last year.
    I was wrong. Right after I upgraded, it then said “Aimersoft” and was asking for the registration number and my e-mail address. Neither worked, and it took me to Aimersoft where I would have had to purchase it. I wasn’t paying 59.95 again just to upgrade it. If wouldn’t have even upgraded if I had known that it would convert Danuisoft to Aimersoft. I could not even use my Danuisoft software after that happened, and had to uninstall it. I used Revo Uninstaller to make sure I got all the registry files off associated with it.
    I’m using DVD Author now, and it’s awesome! It let’s you convert most formats where you can burn the video to DVD. You can also make chapters, edit them with different background themes and music, etc. The best thing is that it’s free, and I like it much better than Danuisoft/Aimersoft.
    http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-author/

  • Nice Giveway. Please count me in.
    Thanks..

  • Just send a message. Thanks for the giveaway…

  • Long

    Nice share.plz count me in
    email: cd4pro@gmail.com
    Thank you:)


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