Using videos as an educational resource is becoming more and more popular – and it is easy to see why. Unlike text or image-based educational materials, videos can let you actually see what needs to be done and is known to improve learning ability too.

If you’re using educational videos then the one thing that you may need is a way to convert them to different formats – just in case you run into a video format that you can’t play, or need to transfer it to a device that has a narrow range of compatible formats. One of the easiest ways to convert videos to other formats is with Movavi Video Converter ( as it consists of 3 simple steps:

  1. Click ‘Add Media’ and then ‘Add Video’ and select the video that you want to convert (or drag and drop it in place).
  2. Open up the ‘Video’ tab and select a format or open the ‘Device’ tab and choose a preset for the device so that it automatically uses the appropriate format and settings.
  3. Click ‘Convert’.

By following those steps you will be able to convert your educational videos to any format you require. The user-friendly and intuitive nature of Movavi Video Converter will ensure that you are able to quickly familiarize yourself with its interface and features, and can then apply them to your videos.

As you start to become more familiar with Movavi Video Converter, you’ll notice that it can do a lot more than just convert videos to different formats. If you want you can actually use it to convert other types of media files (i.e. audio and image files), but that is still just the tip of the iceberg and its capabilities will let you also enhance the video quality, create animated GIFs, grab screenshots, cut and join video segments, insert captions, extract audio tracks, and much more.

Odds are these features will come in handy when you’re using videos as an educational resource. In particular you may want to use Movavi Video Converter to cut out important points from some videos and save them as short clips that are easier to refer to. The flexibility of the software will give you no shortage of options really, and it is up to you to decide how to best tweak your educational videos to suit your needs.