FormatLab PRO - Convert or Compress Video Audio Formats In One Click

By: Rishabh Bhardwaj | Date: July 5, 2022, 2:24 p.m.

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FormatLab is a powerful Video/Audio Converter and Compressor for Linux OS which supports MP3, MP4, AVI, WMV, MKV or other file formats with Lossless Quality conversion.


Features of FormatLab:

  • Supports **All popular video/audio formats** with lossless compression.
  • Convert **large HD videos** and movies as well.
  • Convert Video into **25+ supported output formats** in one click
  • Support **10+ Popular Audio** format with bitrate and channel enhancement
  • Support **Drag and Drop files** into the app
  • Support Video Quality options to change lossless quality for a video file
  • Support **FPS option** to decrease frame per second of a video
  • Cool System Monitor App inside to see your CPU usage while converting files.
  • Play Converted Videos/Audios In App Itself.
  • Expect new updates and more format support in near future

 

Supported Video output formats:

'mp4', 'mov', 'wmv', 'avi', 'flv', 'f4v', 'mkv', 'webm', 'mpeg', 'm2ts', 'mpg', 'asf', 'swf' ..etc

Supported Audio output formats:

'mp3', 'm4a', 'wav', 'wma', 'aac', 'ogg', 'pcm', 'aiff', 'flac' .. etc

Support Valid input video formats:

'ogg', 'rmvb', 'wmv', 'm4v', 'vro', 'm2v', 'webm', 'mpeg', 'tp', 'mpg', 'ts', 'm2ts', 'mpeg4', 'm2p', 'mkv', '3gp2', 'mpeg2', 'mod', 'tod', 'mxf', 'swf', 'mts', '3gp', 'dvr-ms', 'mov', 'amv', '3gpp', 'mpv', 'avi', 'ogv', 'dat', 'flv', 'mp4', 'vob', 'ogm', 'qt', 'avs', 'asf', 'mpe', 'rm', 'trp', 'm1v', 'f4v', 'm2t', '3g2', 'nsv', 'dv', 'divx' ..etc

Support Valid input audio formats:

'mp3', 'm4a', 'wav', 'wma', 'aac', 'ogg', 'pcm', 'aiff', 'flac' ..etc


ABOUT AUTHOR

Hi, I'm Rishabh Bhardwaj, A passionate individual who loves building Web Applications and Linux Applications. A software Developer by profession and a Linux lover by choice. I am also an open-source enthusiast and Linux app developer. I learned a lot from the open-source community and I love how collaboration and knowledge sharing happened through open-source.

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