foxtab video converter

May 4, 2011 at 21:50:33
Specs: Windows 7
I may not have a problem. I am running FoxTab VideoConverter ver. 2.3.02 on a Win7 machine. My biggest complaint (if it can be considered a complaint) is that there appears to be no "Minimize" button ? ? Or am I missing something?

On the positive side, amid all the screams about the program being "infected", I have run a check of the program and system, before and after use, with up-to-date versions of Norton, Avasl, AGP, MalwareBytes, and Microsoft anti malware programs -- all report the program and the system clean. I fail to see the problems so many seem to be having. Are we all using the same product??

In addition, FoxTab has never failed to repair an AVI file that reported as bad (wouldn't load) in WinMediaPlayer, VLC, RealPlayer. Corel Video Studio, AVS Video Editor, Magix Movie Edit, or Ulead Video Studio 10/12. I often do LONG scrfeen captures in Snag-It which, if too long, produce a corrupted file that won;t load in the aforementioned programs -- they WILL run, however, in GOM ! !

From my experience, this is an very good product at ANY price and and INCREDIBLE program for FREE ! !

VERY highly recommended.

Llerrah J. Snilwar

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May 4, 2011 at 22:21:56
Foxtab converter is acts like a half virus from all I read.if you are a sane person never use it.if you want an all in one converter download FORMAT FACTORY.its 100% safe.I've used it for 2 years.without any problems.I've used it with Avast 6(now using it with avast 6) and I've used it with Malwarebytes.And both of them found no viruses so format factory is compleatly clean unlike foxtab which is a half vius.Download format factory here:

it can convert video files,audio files,picture files,and it has a lot of other tools.
Its a great program.Unlike Foxtab.

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May 4, 2011 at 22:25:55

from all the things you said about foxtab,format factory can do them better

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