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Conversion of avc file format to m1v file format beta

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Convert MPEG-4 AVC Advanced Video Coding movie to Moving Pictures Experts Group video (MPEG-1 IPB).

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MPEG-4 based AVC videos can be converted to MPEG-1 format in almost any video converter today.

Microsoft Windows software Microsoft Windows icon - convert avc to m1v on Windows

Freemake Video Converter icon Freemake Video Converter

One of the most popular and succesfful free video conversion sofrware

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Convert from avc file

Yes, Freemake Video Converter supports avc file conversion as a source file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

to m1v file

Yes, Freemake Video Converter supports m1v file conversion as a target file type.NoNoNoNoNoNoNo

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Additional links: Open avc file, Open m1v file


Files with avc extension are MPEG-4 AVC Advanced Video Coding videos. MPEG-4 AVC compressed video format is used as a standard to distribution high definition video. AVC providing high video quality at lower bit rates than MPEG-2, H.263 etc.


The M1V file extension is related to the Moving Pictures Experts Group video MPEG-1 video compression format. The .m1v file stores MPEG-1 compressed video.


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