Windows Phone 7 Video Converter
Ripping DVD and converting videos for Windows Phone 7
Want to watch DVD movie and videos on your Windows Phone 7? Now use Aura DVD Ripper to enjoy any video or audio files on Windows Phone 7 on the go!
Windows Phone 7 Series is more than the Microsoft smartphone we've been waiting for. With this mobile phone you can do a lot of things including watching videos on the go. If you want to enjoy a DVD movie or some beloved videos on your Windows Phone 7, you need to use Aura DVD Ripper. This versatile Windows Phone 7 video converter can rip DVD and convert various video files like AVI, WMV, 3GP, MP4, MPG, etc. to your Windows Phone 7.
Besides Windows Phone 7, Aura DVD Ripper can also rip DVD and convert videos for many other media player devices like iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, etc.
The Windows Phone 7 Video Converter downloads online videos like Youtube, Nico, MetaCafe and Google videos, and then converts them to videos for your Windows Phone 7.
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The Windows Phone 7 Video Converter is compatible with Windows 7, Vista and Windows XP. It does not support Mac yet.
If you are satisfied with this Windows Phone 7 video converter, you can purchase it at low price to own a whole package with 12 software.
Windows Phone 7 video converter features
Aura DVD Ripper - the Windows Phone 7 video converter can do a lot of things for your Windows Phone 7: ripping DVD movies, converting videos, downloading Youtube videos and other online videos...besides these features, the Windows Phone 7 video converter has many other remarkable features that worth a usage:
- Support more than 30 typs of input video formats
- Support iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP, mobile phones and all other media players
- Extract sound tracks from DVD and videos and save in audio format like MP3, WMA, AAC, etc.
- Customizable output profiles
- Cut off videos and add effects on videos
- Select DVD chapter, subtitle, language and even angle for conversion
- Normalize volume for video conversion
- And more…
See the complete list of features of the Windows Phone 7 video converter.
Ripping DVD for Windows Phone 7
Ripping DVD with Aura DVD Ripper for your Windows Phone 7 is very simple and effective. With the Windows Phone 7 video converter, you can rip your favorite DVD movie to Windows Phone 7 video for watching it on the go.
You just need to download Aura DVD Ripper and install it, then start the program. Load your DVD disc, then click OPEN DVD to load the DVD movie in the Windows Phone 7 video converter, choose Microsoft Zune HD Movie as output profile (WMV movie or MP4 movie), since Windows Phone 7 plays the same videos as Zune does. Then easily click CONVERT to start ripping DVD movie for your Windows Phone 7 phone.
After ripping, click Output Folder at the bottom left corner to get the converted videos and transfer them to your Windows Phone 7 and enjoy watching them anytime and any place you like.
Converting videos for Windows Phone 7
Wanna convert various videos for your Windows Phone 7? You can convert AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, MPG, 3GP and any other popular video formats to your Windows Phone 7 with Aura DVD Ripper.
Firstly h it the ADD VIDEO button, then add the videos to the Windows Phone 7 video converter, choose Microsoft Zune HD Movie as output profile, change the video size to 800×480. Then click CONVERT button to start converting.
You can also convert Youtube videos to your Windows Phone 7. Just hit the Youtube button to open the pop up box, paste the url of Youtube videos in the form and then click OK. Hit the Convert button to start downloading and converting Youtube videos. You can also download other online videos like Google videos, Nico videos and MetaCafe videos and have them converted for your Windows Phone 7.
After the high efficient converting, hit Output Folder to get the converted videos and transfer to your Windows Phone 7.
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About Windows Phone 7
Windows Phone 7 is the successor to Microsoft's line of Windows Mobile phone operating systems. It's based on the Windows CE 6 kernel, like the Zune HD, while current versions of Windows Mobile are based on Windows CE 5. Microsoft announced the new OS at Mobile World Congress 2010 in Barcelona, and says that the first handsets to run it are supposed to be released by the holiday shopping season of this year.
Just like any other mobile platform, the success of Windows Phone 7 may come down to the apps. Microsoft says many familiar mobile applications will be coming, including the Associated Press, Foursquare, Seesmic, Sling Media, Shazam and more.
- At first, only large 800 x 480 (WVGA) touchscreens will be permitted, but 480 x 320 (HVGA) devices will make an appearance "later."
- 256MB of RAM or more
- 8GB of internal Flash storage or more
- No support for microSD cards
- A Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU with DirectX 9 graphics support
- FM radio
- 5 megapixel camera or better with flash
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