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How to Convert 3GP to AVI on Mac (OS X Mavericks Included)/Win (Win 8 Included)

Why need to convert 3GP to AVI? As is known to us, 3GP files are commonly used in modern mobile phones, but they are not supported by Windows Media Player and other popular media players. Well, AVI file format also known as Audio Video Interleaved may contain both audio and video content and it is supported by many media players. Suppose that you want to watch 3GP video downloaded from your mobile phone on your PC, or have lots of 3GP videos recorded by phone camera and want to upload them to the web that only accept AVI files, then you will find yourself in a situation just badly needing a 3GP to AVI Converter, so that’s why Video Converter released by CloneDVD Studio is strongly recommended for you to help you convert 3GP to AVI.

Video Converter is professional 3GP to AVI Converter, and here we highly recommend that program to help you convert 3GP to AVI with fast speed and excellent output video quality. Move your fingers following the intuitive interface and you can get the 3GP to AVI conversion done in a few mouse clicks! Now just download it and follow the steps below to convert 3GP to AVI. If you are using Mac, the equivalent Video Converter for Mac is also available. Just make sure you’ve download the right version according to your needs.

Download 3GP to AVI Converter:

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How to Convert 3GP to AVI on Win (Win 8 Included)

Step 1. Import 3GP Video Files to the 3GP to AVI Converter
After downloading, install and run the video converter, then click “Add Files” icon on the middle of the interface to import your 3GP videos to the program. Or you can hit the “Download YouTube Video” button on the tool bar to directly download 3GP files from video-share website. Batch conversion is supported so you can add and convert more than two 3GP videos simultaneously at a time. The added videos will be displayed with the detailed info like format, length, size, duration, etc. And you can also preview the videos.

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Step 2. Edit 3GP Videos (Optional)
Though this step is an optional one, it is quite important if you want to personalize your videos. With the built-in video editor, this 3GP to AVI converter offers a number of video editing functions, such as resetting the Codec, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channel, as well as Video/Audio Bitrate, etc. clipping video segments, adding subtitles, watermark and adjusting Brightness, Hue, Saturation as well as Contrast, etc.

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Step 3. Choose AVI as the Output Format
Go to the “Output Format” drop-down list; choose AVI as the output format. Or if you want to upload the output files into some device, like iPhone, iPod, etc for playback, you can choose the corresponding device name as the output format. Meanwhile, remember to set the “Output Path” to specify a destination folder to save the converted video files.

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Step 4. Start 3GP to AVI Conversion
After finishing the above steps, Click the “Start” button to start converting 3GP video files to AVI on Windows right away.

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Knowledge Sharing: 3GP vs. AVI
3GP is a video file format designed for mobile phone, which is based on the structure of MPEG-4 Part 14, otherwise known as MP4. As a simplified version of MPEG-4 container format used for viewing and recording video at 3G mobile phones, 3GP was designed to reduce the overhead in terms of storage and bandwidth to allow video files that could be handled by smart phones. 3GP is a worldwide standard for the creation, delivery and playback of multimedia over 3rd generation, high-speed wireless networks, seeking to provide uniform delivery of rich multimedia over newly evolved, broadband mobile networks (3rd generation networks) to the latest multimedia-enabled wireless devices.

AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. Files of this format have an .AVI extension. Developed by Microsoft in 1992, it has become so widespread that many people consider it the de-facto standard for storing video and audio information on PC. AVI combines audio and video into a single file in a standard container to allow simultaneous playback. Its advantage is a simple architecture, due to which AVI runs on a number of different systems like Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX and is supported by all of the most popular web-browsers.