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4K Ultra HD Video Conversion Now Available from Wondershare's Video Converter Ultimate

Wondershare adds 4K Ultra HD video support to Video Converter Ultimate and introduces HEVC (H.265) standard making converting to the highest quality video content fast and simple.

VANCOUVER, July 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Wondershare continues to be an industry pioneer by announcing today that Video Converter Ultimate (VCU) now offers 4K video conversion and HEVC/H.265 compression, the new VCU is available now.

With tech leaders such as Sony, Microsoft and Samsung now supporting 4K, it is clear that 4K video content is the next generation of HD viewing. Wondershare has joined this league of innovators by adding 4K conversion to their popular video conversion software, Video Converter Ultimate (VCU).

4K video packs in more pixels horizontally and vertically to deliver the best picture quality available. VCU users can upgrade their HD videos to 4K and convert from 4K to virtually any format. The new VCU can also edit, compress and download 4K videos without loss of quality.

"Our engineering team worked hard to provide the cutting-edge conversion technology that handles 4K content from streaming services such as YouTube, Netflix, 4K Ultra HD camcorder and more to ensure no video quality loss display or conversion (be it from or to)," said Mini Wan, Product Manager for VCU.

Aside from the 4K upgrade of VCU, the functionality of the High Efficiency Video Codec (HEVC/H.265) has also been added. This codec compresses video file sizes up to half of its original size, freeing up precious computer storage space. Conversion is significantly faster, saving time as well. Like the 4K, the HEVC has lossless quality, giving VCU owners the combination of small file size with extremely beautiful video quality. 

"VCU upgrades our users' favorite TV shows, DVDs and Blu-Ray movies -- even YouTube clips and smartphone videos -- for higher quality, stunning results .The new 4K support and super HEVC codec method breathes new life into video, making VCU one of the most comprehensive video converters on the market."

VCU WIN 7.3 & MAC 4.3 upgrades

  • Supports converting 4K UHD videos to virtually any formats.
  • Supports merging, trimming and editing 4K Ultra HD videos.
  • Supports compressing 4K Ultra HD videos.
  • Supports converting HD videos up to 1080P using HEVC(H.265).
  • Supports downloading and converting 4K Ultra HD Videos from YouTube.

VCU Features at a glance

  • Fastest video conversion on the market (up to 30x faster).
  • Converts over 150 different video formats.
  • 2D to 3D video conversion.
  • Edit and enhance personal media.
  • Simple YouTube video download.

Pricing and Availability

Wondershare' Video Converter Ultimate for Win Version 7.3.0 is currently available for $49.95, Mac Version 4.3.0 is available for $59.95 from the Wondershare online store. Users of previous versions of Video Converter Ultimate are eligible for a free upgrade.

Learn more about Wondershare's entire lineup of award-winning mobile, multi-media, business productivity, PDF, and system utility software products at Wondershare.com.

About Wondershare

Wondershare, an IDG invested company, is an innovative software developer dedicated to delivering the very best in software products and services to the worldwide consumer and business market segments. Wondershare has branch offices in Canada, China and Japan. Wondershare has been honored as Deloitte Tech Fast 500 Asia Pacific and China 50 for three consecutive years and Forbes Business Potential of China for two consecutive years. For more information about Wondershare and its products, please visit www.wondershare.com.

Wondershare is a registered trademark of Wondershare Software Co., Ltd. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

Business Partner Contact

Stella Hu
Email: [email protected]

SOURCE Wondershare Software Co., Ltd.

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