Converting Videos for Websites Using Movavi Video Converter
Before you can publish your video on a website it is always best to prepare it in advance. The manner in which you do so will largely depend on how you intend to publish the video, i.e. whether you want to upload it to a video sharing platform then embed it, or self-host it on your own web host.
In either situation to prepare your video you will need to convert it to a suitable format, and possibly adjust the video settings too. Although you might not have done anything like that in the past, it is actually a piece of cake if you use Movavi Video Converter.
Convert Videos in a Few Clicks
When you want to convert your video using Movavi Video Converter you just need to add it to the software, choose the format you wish to use, and click the ‘Convert’ button to start the conversion. If
you intend to publish it on a video sharing platform you may want select a preset that will automatically use the best video format and settings for that platform.
At the same time, Movavi Video Converter will also let you adjust the video settings such as the resolution, frame rate, and bitrate. Assuming you are self-hosting the video this may prove useful as it can help you to reduce the file size of the video and conserve some of your web host’s bandwidth in the process
Edit and Tweak Videos
If you want you could explore the other features in Movavi Video Converter and apply them to edit and tweak your video in different ways. To begin with you could divide your video into segments to remove certain parts, join clips in a particular sequence, add customizable text, or crop and rotate the video frame.
On top of that you will also be able to extract audio tracks from your videos, create animated GIFs, grab screenshots, regulate the audio levels, and much more. Frankly you could even use Movavi Video Converter to convert other types of media files – such as audio files or images.
Because of how easy it is to convert your videos for websites using Movavi Video Converter you should definitely give it a try for yourself. Odds are you’ll be able to convert your first video in minutes, and maybe even start to familiarize yourself with its other features too.