WinXDVD Software Pans out 8K Video Conversion and Gives away HD Video Converter Deluxe
WinXDVD Software is confirmed as one of the first developers that pan out converting 8K ultra HD videos. It is giving away 8K-supported WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, valid until Dec. 4.
With 2014 WinXDVD Thanksgiving sales in full swing, the giveaway of 8K-supported WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe v5.2.2 begins and will last until Dec.4. This giveaway sponsored by WinXDVD Software is also coupled with a 75% off WinX Black Friday Gift Pack starring well-received DVD ripper, DVD copy program, HD Video Converter Deluxe and DVD player software as a gift.
Also launched for Cyber Monday, the giveaway is available to all people to get the video converter without a penny and any condition at:
WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe is one of the most popular video converters in the market. Moreover, it is capable of downloading and converting 4K and 8K UHD videos, which makes it superior to other converters. It is adept in converting H.265/HEVC 4K or 8K videos to H.264, MPEG, etc. videos for portable devices. Thanks to cutting-edge technologies, it excels in converting any SD, HD, Ultra HD movies and videos for playback on PC, Mac, Apple, Android, Microsoft and more gadgets and players.
There’s no end to the tweaking users can do with WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe, the Thanksgiving freebie. It spans from video converting to online video downloading, photo slideshow creating and video editing. What’s more, it also provides a useful solution to YouTube not playing problem. 83x faster converting speed is realized attributing to its support for multi-core CPU, improved configuring for i5 i7 CPU and optimized AMD 3DNow! and Intel SSE3 SSE2 MMX Instructions. It works well with a wide range of input and output formats including MP4, MOV, AVI ,WMV, H.265, H.264, MKV, AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, MOD and other standard definition or high definition videos. Coming with 410+ preloaded profiles, it enables users to convert videos to Apple iPhone/iPad, Android Samsung/HTC, Microsoft WP8/Surface, Sony PSP/Xperia and other devices supported formats with ease.