I have purchased a new computer (desk top) with Windows 7 Home Premium, 64 bit.Then I bought Office Home & Student 2010 (32 bit, I think)
Do I need to change this to 64 bit?
Not sure what to do here?
Anybody who can help, thanks.
If you are looking for a way to convert ISO to MPEG, you are at the right place now. This guide here is telling you the easiest way to convert your ISO files to any video or audio format you wish.
As we known, ISO is a DVD image file that contains all the files to make up a DVD. And it can only be played with virtual driver software or similar tools. But chances are that you can convert your ISO to MPEG or other video formats for other use as long as you get a DVD Ripper, which can do much help.
In addition to convert DVD ISO to MPEG and other audio/video formats, it also allows you to manually adjust encoding settings to customize the output video quality and file size. Plus, if you want to edit videos, adjust subtitle, select audio track, add text/picture watermark to videos, all these can be easily achieved with this powerful tool.
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