Ellora Assets Corporation has announced the official release of Freemake Video Converter 4.0.3, its ad-supported video conversion tool for Windows. The new build adds full support for Fraps files, which are popular among gamers who wish to record their gaming exploits to video.
Version 4.0.3 also widens Freemake Video Converter’s support to allow the conversion of a number of additional formats including MP3 and WAV audio formats.
Fraps support makes it possible for users to convert their recorded Fraps videos into AVI, MKV, WMV, MP4, and 3GP formats, plus use the included iPhone, iPad, Android and cellphone presets. The format can also be freely edited using Freemake’s video tools, which include cutting, joining and rotating features.
Users can also upload Frap videos to YouTube quickly and easily with the application, something not natively supported by YouTube itself.
Version 4.03 also adds support for converting 10-bit video, DV AVI and AMR video files, plus MP3 files containing the MPEG audio codec and WAV files sporting the DTS codec.
A number of fixes are also implemented in this release, including those with incorrect audio or aspect ratio detection, M2V and TRP file conversion, opening DVDs containing CPPM protection and auto-crop.
Other fixes improve support for converting to PSP and iPad 3 as well as downloading videos from YouTube, YouTube Vevo and Dailymotion.
Freemake Video Converter 4.0.3 is available now as a free download for Windows PCs. Note that users will be offered additional software during the installation process – to avoid installing this, make sure Custom installation is selected in order to bypass these potentially unwanted programs.