This tutorial explains how easily can convert your DVD files to HTC Desire format with just couple of clicks.
If you want to watch DVD files everywhere including a mobile device, you will need to convert DVD to a more compatible format.
With Program4Pc Video Converter software, you can change the format of your video or rip a DVD with just a couple of clicks. The program supports a wide range of media formats, including HTC Desire, AVI, MOV, MP4, WMV, and MPG (MPEG). You can also use Program4Pc Video Converter to extract audio from video and convert music to and from MP3, AAC, WAV, WMA, and other audio formats.
Converting DVD to HTC Desire format is really easy, just follow the four simple steps below:
Click Add Files and select the files you want to convert to HTC Desire format. If you want to work with video on DVD then you will need to hit the Add DVD button instead. You can add files in just about any input format, as Program4Pc Video Converter supports wide range of video formats. You can convert DVD to HTC Desire format, as well as other formats and devices. Whichever file format you want to work with, Program4Pc software will do the job perfectly.
Step 3: Specify the Format and Settings
In the lower part of the converter window, select the preferred video format, then choose your desired preset among available HTC Desire presets.
Step 4: Convert Your Videos to HTC Desire
By default, converted files are saved to the specific folder. To change it to a different output folder, click the Browse button next to the Output Folder field and choose the new folder. Click Convert Now to start converting DVD files to HTC Desire format. After the conversion is complete, the folder containing the converted files can be opened to watch converted files.
That was very easy and now you know how to use Program4Pc Video Converter as HTC Desire converter and how to convert any video file to HTC Desire whether it's DVD to HTC Desire, DVD to HTC Desire, WMV to HTC Desire, or any other formats.
Our converter is also a fast way to extract music from movies by converting the video files to MP3, AAC, FLAC, WMA, or other audio format.