Believe it or not, Mac OS X Lion (Mac 10.7) will become history? Yes, this is not speculation, because the next generation of Mac, named OS X Mountain Lion has been released a few days ago. And still, you can see the detailed news from its official website at http://www.apple.com/macosx/mountain-lion/
According to Apple, the next generation of Mac OS, OS X Mountain Lion is promised to be the world's most advanced operation system which is designed with innovations from iPad and it works even better with iCloud. Besides, it makes everything you do on Mac smarter, easier and even more fan.
Just as its previous version, OS X Mountain Lion can still deal with some popular formats which are commonly used on the previous versions like MOV, MP4 etc. Therefore, MOV and MP4 playback, management and editing are still available with OS X Mountain Lion.
But, what if you got video files that are happened to be none of its compatible formats MOV and MP4. Then, you need to find a program to help you. Of course, Handbrake is one of the free solutions online, but it is said that, it is no available for OS X Mountain Lion.
Don't worry, there is still an alternative. Just try OS X Mountain Lion Video Converter, it is a newly built application of OS X Mountain Lion users. With it, you can easily convert your video files like AVI, WMV, MPG, FLV, 3GP, MKV, F4V, VOB, MOD, TOD, AVCHD, MTS, M2TS etc to OS X Mountain Lion compatible file formats.
Besides converting video files to OS X Mountain Lion readable file formats, OS X Mountain Lion Video Converter is also capable of helping you make your own movies with its built-in video editing function, like video clip, video merge, video crop, video effect, video settings and video snapshot etc. Just feel free to explore more.
Simple three steps to use OS X Mountain Lion Video Converter It is just easy three steps to use OS X Mountain Lion Video Converter: Add File, Select Output Format and Directory and the Convert. Of course, you can do necessary editing with Clip, Edit and Settings functions. Just take a glance of the follow picture and you will know how to do.