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What is the best converter used for converting mp4 format to psh file format.

Unfortunately, we do not know about any possible mp4 to psh conversion or what it should be used to. MP4s are videos and it doesn't look like .psh files are, so it doesn't look like a video conversion. If you are looking for something specific, or know anything useful, please write it in the discussion or our forums.

Updated: November 4, 2022

Unfortunately, there is no detailed software record in the database for this conversion.

This conversion entry was verified by us and conversion from mp4 to psh was flagged as wrong or not possible.
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An mp4 file extension is typically used for MPEG-4 multimedia files defined by ISO 14496-1 standard. Commonly used for video and movie files and supported by vast number of media players.


Files with psh file extension are in most cases slideshows created in ProShow Gold and ProShow Producer programs.

Files with psh file extension can also be found as data files from Punch! Home Design software.

A psh file extension is related to the video games developed by JoWood.

Files with psh suffix may also potentially be found as firmware flash files for some Lexmartk printers.


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