Neswolf File Converter
Neswolf File Converter is an all-in-one converter that targets media content, documents, BAT, EXE and Java files, to name just a few.
It eliminates the need of having to use multiple converters and provides a quite straightforward approach, to the advantage of beginners as well as professional users.
The installation process takes only a few seconds, following which you can make acquaintance with the user interface, which is not too fancy, remaining intuitive throughout your whole experience with it.
Everything you need is encased in the main window, inside a few simple fields that take very little to understand. Despite accomplishing such a complex purpose, you will be amazed by the simplicity of the commands.
It all comes down to selecting the source file that can be an image, a document (text, PDF), a compressed archive or a video. The next step is to select the output format and here, you’ve got a lot of options, including JPG, ICO, BMP, PNG, GIF, DIB, TIF, AVI, FLV, 3GP, MP4, MOV, MKV, MPEG, WMV, TXT, DOCX, RTF, BAT, Java, ZIP, RAR, PDF, VBS, EXE, APP, APK, WAV, PSD, XLS, PSD, PPTX, DVF, CDA, FLA, DIVX, HTML, CAB, TFF, INFO, DLL, LOG, M4V, EML, XML, XAML, XSS, CPP, RAM, ACT, AU, IVS, MPC, RAW and DMG.
The first thing you’ll notice about the above list is that it contains few audio formats, however, it is possible to process songs between various audio types by manually typing the output format in the dedicated box (you can do this for any format, actually).
We’ve tried the converter on more than half of the output formats and it completed the job fine, aside from a PDF file, which we wanted to turn to text format (TXT, DOCX and RTF) – it processed the document, but the result was indecipherable.
Bottom line, Neswolf File Converter is a very promising endeavor that could really grow with improvements in certain areas. The conversion speed is quite good, compared to other converters.