Eugene, OR - Software Development Resource or simply SDR has finally released their 39th landmark free software resource now open for public consumption in their website. The DVD to MP4 converters solves the inconvenience of bulky DVDs that aren't compatible with handheld and smaller viewing devices such as laptops and smartphones. This move will soon be followed by another milestone with their 40th release set soon.
Weighing MP4 and DVD File Formats
In the world of MPEGs or the audio files, ascending numbers mean more power and sophistication and in all of its history, mp4 can lay claim that it's the better platform than its older brother.
While many consider this as a thing, MP4 is just actually a geek way of saying that a player has more capabilities than normal mp3 players. It can usually play video and other formats not commonly known to be playable using mp3 devices such as .amv.
On the other hand, the landscape of home viewing has drastically changed from the first year DVDs were introduced in 1995 and the current year. Just barely 10 years after it was introduced, most households now enjoy watching things digitally or through online streaming – think Netflix era as compared to the traditional cable options which many Americans now consider very costly.
DVD, though has greater advantage when it comes to storage, it tends to be bulky with consumed space of the circular CD – making it inconvenient for laptop and other capable device users that don't have DVD players.
Mobility is the number one question when it comes to the motive behind this conversion and SDR has found the ultimate way to bridge this gap.
They recently released their free DVD to MP4 converter which marks the 39th free resource they have ever produced in the recent months.
Many avid movie fans now enjoy digital content without the need for a CD. MP4 is the evolution of the most supported audio file format today which is MP3, considering that MP4 is capable of large storage and compatibility with a lot of formats, the choice is a fine innovation.
About Software Development Resource
Their team of talented software engineers, programmers and developers have a combined experience of 30 years in the industry. They started as a small shop and quickly grew to now include team members from around the world. They believe that showcasing their talent with the introduction of free useful software programs is a way to help the community and increase their productivity. SDR offers custom software solutions to streamline businesses.
243 Peach Drive, Oregon USA