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Free online multimedia conversion tools

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Have a lot of multimedia files in all sorts of formats? Would you like some of the less known ones converted into friendly, popular formats that everyone can play? Do not really know where to start, what programs to look for, what programs to use, or how to use them?

In this populistic article, I will show you a selection of useful websites that you can use to manipulate your media files, without having any programs installed on your machine, without any dependency on the operating system or the browser you use, without any great knowledge in media manipulation.

Just point to the right file, let the cogwheels churn and out comes a cookie!

Simple, appealing, yes, yes, yes. Indeed. Read on.




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