Permute is a quick image, audio, and video converter. You can use it for files of all formats because Permute can convert anything into anything (almost). For water to wine conversion you’d have to refer to other authorities, but media files can become whatever format you need them to. Plus, Permute also has some additional goodies like merging two videos in one or adding a subtitle track.
Sounds good? Well, it looks good, too.
Permute key features
What’s good about Permute is that you don’t have to get MP4 converter or FLV converter specifically. Instead you have an any video converter, which deals with all possible formats. You can quickly convert video you’ve uploaded into one of the dozens of formats and it literally takes one click.
What goes for video, goes just as well for the music converter in Permute. You drag an audio file into the app and choose what you need it turned into. Whatever you need, be it Apple Lossless or FLAC, Permute has your back. Drop, choose, done.
Video to audio converter
This is a tricky moment for most converters, but Permute doesn’t have a trouble converting video files into audio as well. This way if you only need an audio track from the video you liked, you can have it, no need to look for it separately. Voiceovers and interviews, all yours to use.
Also, instead of opening those Photoshops, Illustrators, and Sketches to convert image from JPG to PNG, you can drop it into Permute. Two clicks and your pictures are ready. The image converter has anything you might need: BMP, GIF, and even TIFF.
A few neat things about Permute is that it can also merge two videos into one for you. That’s pretty cool, considering you don’t have to use complex video editing software or look for online tools to take care of it. Right click on the clip of choice and select “Merge with”, done.
Converting to ISO
Get your files easily prepared for burning on a DVD (if you’re in need of a DVD, my oldschool friend) or for a virtual drive. Any file can be converted into ISO format, which is exactly what you need to make it burnable.