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FSC Excels with Another Free Offering in Updated MKV File Converter


Posted Oct 12, 2014 by PressR
Freedom Software Company experiments with another free product release from their talented team of expert developers in their third free give away of the month.
 

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Pressnews.biz (Press Release) Oct 12, 2014 -- Alameda, CA - Freedom Software Company experiments with another free product release from their talented team of expert developers in their third free give away of the month. It features the mkv to mp4 converter to help video enthusiasts reach a better audience with a more mainstream choice of file format in today's internet exchanges. The new release is developed by Scott Straub.

From Indie to Mainstream

MP4 is currently the world wide web's standard when it comes to free to play and premium online video and audio streamed content.

It has been declared de-facto media file by the International Organization for Standardization [ISO].

However, other competing file formats such as Flash or FLV also have some dominant market share in big names such as YouTube and Hulu.

MKV on the other hand is developed by a team of independent developers with funding from a French non-profit and solicits help from ongoing users, and developers who wish to unite the world's container file format wars with an open framework alternative which is Matroska's MKV. Its users can alter the player or format according to how they see fit for their endeavors however, it's still not as widely popular as competing WAV, AIFF, and AVI files from two of the world's competing tech-giants.

But truth be told, there is another file that is considered the best alternative today when it comes to online video and audio streaming and that is the MPEF standard with backing from ISO itself.

More and more people appreciate the influx of MPEG's audio and combined file formats that support came rushing in just years after its initial release in 2001. It had a long-time riff with Microsoft's M4A files due to MP4's technology being backed by Apple's Quicktime format, their natural competitor.

Although this is the case that MKV wants to eradicate, MP4 became successful after it proved to be the better technology and the siding of ISO in the riff between giant Microsoft. M4A files are actually just audio components of MP4 files.

Since MP4 is backed by a standardization, it's generally more supported than most other competing file types available in the market today.

For MKV users who feel the need to not use a separate media player or any codecs in order to play MKV files which doesn't normally play in most native media players, they can use Free Software Company's own free mkv to mp4 converter to ensure a smooth transition from one mkv file to another.

About Freedom Software Company

From a group of like-minded individuals with common goals and strong affinity for software development came the idea of creating FSC. It has since then became a collective of software engineers and developers, mostly freelancers meeting in unison to create the company, give away useful day-to-day software utilities, and customized software solutions for interested clients. They aim to expand their operations soon and open an office in Europe in 2015. They are always hiring and looking for developers with versatile backgrounds in social media analysis to search engine optimization. Send resumes and CVs to [email protected] . FSC is result-oriented, software minded, social media-grounded, and has a team with a winning attitude, available 24/7.

Contact:
Andrea Leigh
Alameda, CA
[email protected]
http://download.cnet.com/Free-MKV-to-MP4-Converter/3000-2194_4-75904804.html
http://freedomsoftwarecompany.com/
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Contact Email : i...@freedomsoftwarecompany.com
Issued By : Andrea Leigh
Website : Freedom Software Company
Country : United States
Categories : Technology
Tags : MKV to MP4,
Last Updated : Oct 12, 2014

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