OS X Mavericks is the newest major operating system release for Mac users, versioned as OS X 10.9, and it’s just around the corner as Apple sets the stage for an October 22nd event.
Packed with over 200 new feature enhancements and refinements, it includes some very handy new features that will make a lot of Mac users happy. One of nice features is improved QuickTime player that is slated to support a range of following audio and video files for ease of media playback.
AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), Apple Lossless, AMR, AIFF, AU, A-LAW, MACE, Core Audio, MS ADPCM, MIDI, MP3, PCM, QCELP, QDesign, WAV, and Micro-law
3GP, 3G2, Animated GIF, Apple ProRes, AVI, DV, Cinepak, H.261, H.262/MPEG-2 Part 2, H.263, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, MsVideo1, MPEG-1, MPEG-4 Part 2, Motion JPEG, Pixlet, Qtch, Quicktime MOV, Quicktime VR, and Sorenson Video.
But when you upgrade to the new version of Mac OS, you may find that most of your video files still can’t be played. And you will at some point need to change the format of a video file, for example to transfer a video or a clip to a different file type for
- viewing on a mobile device
- uploading to the internet
- playing on QuickTime player
iFunia Video Converter for Mac (Mavericks is ready) enables you to do any of these tasks in seconds. The app supports all popular video and audio formats: AVI, MKV, MOD, MOV, 3GP, FLV, WMV, TOD and more. In addition to encoding video into other formats, the program lets you easily change any 2D video into a beautiful 3D movie and adjust the 3D effect according to your individual preferences. Just sit back, and enjoy a familiar story in a brand new multimedia format.
How to Change Video Format on Mac Mavericks?
You can change video format using iFunia Video Converter for Mac in just three simple steps.
Step 1: Add a File to the Program
Drag & drop to load any video file or you can select the video from Movies, iTunes and Camera. Then, you will see such an interface as below:
Step 2: Choose an output format
Open the Output list and choose the appropriate output format for your video. If you want all the files to be converted to a same format, you can simply tick off the “Apply to All”.
Step 3. Start converting video on Mavericks with a click
When you finish all the settings above, simply click the Convert button to begin changing video formats on Mac OS X Mavericks.