When you go on a trip, do you research the place that you’re going to be visiting beforehand so that you can find out more about it? More specifically, do you like to watch travel videos of your destination and learn more about the place, sights to see, people and its culture?
If the answer to both those is ‘yes’, then have you ever considered taking some of those travels with you on your trip? Assuming you have a mobile device of some kind (i.e. a smartphone or tablet) then you could transfer the travel video over to one of them so you will have it with you on your trip and can refer to it at any point if you need more information.
The only thing you need to do to make this happen is convert your travel videos so that they are compatible with your mobile devices. On top of that you may also want to optimize and compress them, so that they don’t take up too much space. The good news is all that (and more) can be done using Movavi Video Converter.
With the help of Movavi Video Converter, starting to convert video files will be a piece of cake. However the real advantage when it comes to converting travel videos for mobile devices is the fact that the software includes hundreds of presets so you can just select your device and let it automatically optimize it. At the same time you could also compress your travel video to a specific size by setting the desired output file size.
All that still just skims the surface of Movavi Video Converter’s capabilities however. It can in fact convert audio and image files, create animated GIFs, rip out the audio track from videos, and grab screenshots from them too. If you like you could even use it to edit your videos by enhancing their quality, cutting and combining video segments, inserting customizable text, and much more.
The sheer number of options that this will open up is staggering, but suffice to say you should be able to not just convert and take your travel videos with you – but do a lot more too. In particular you may want to use Movavi Video Converter to cut out the parts of the travel videos that you feel are really important, and save them as shorter (and smaller) clips that will be more convenient to go over when you travel.