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4Media Video Converter Standard for Mac FAQ

General questions:

  • Q: What are system requirements for running this video converter Standard for Mac?

    A: If you want to run this video converter Standard for Mac on your Mac, here are the minimum requirements:

    • Intel® processor
    • Mac OS X v10.5 - 10.6, Snow Leopard support
    • 512MB or above RAM
    • 100MB available disk space for installation
    • Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher
  • Q: Where do I download this video converter Standard for Mac?

  • Q: I have gotten my license code and how to register?

  • Q: How to get started with this video converter Standard for Mac?

  • Q: How should I do to check the loaded file's information in the program?

  • Q: Where are the other settings like Frame Rate and Sample Rate appeared on the right of the main interface in the previous versions?

  • Q: Can I edit the ID3 Tag information for the output files?

  • Q: How can I modify the settings on the right panel of the interface for my conversion job?

  • Q: Is it possible to save the profile with the modified settings as a new one for use next time?

  • Q: Is it possible to get a clip/segment of my video file converted?

  • Q: How to avoid the glitch during the output audio playback?

  • Q: What does 'Add Output Profile' mean?

  • Q: How can I know the most proper values for video and audio bit rate within the output size I expect?

  • Q: What shall I do to transfer the output files into my iPod/iPhone/iPad?

  • Q: How can I get MP3 files transferred to PSP?

  • Q: Can I make certain settings to improve the image quality of the output 3GP file?

  • Q: The output 3GP files are playable well by QuickTime but the video and audio get out of sync after playback on my phone. Why?

  • Q: Why does my PPC stop and close the player suddenly when playing the output WMV file?

  • Q: What do I need to do to get better audio quality in the output 3GP files?

  • Q: Which one is better in the two kinds of MP4 output forms if I want to get better quality?

  • Q: Which profile should I choose for my PSP?

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