MPEG-1 is a lossy video and audio compression standard commonly used for making VHS-quality digital video and CD audio. It is the most widely compatible audio/video format, and you can convert videos to MPEG-1 to play on almost all media players, including DVD/VCD players. This blog below will focus on how to convert MP4 to MPEG-1 format in an easy and fast way. Please read on.
A dedicated MPEG1 video converter is required for a smooth MP4 to MPEG-1 conversion. WonderFox HD Video Converter Factory Pro is a such video converter that can easily convert MP4 to MPEG1 videos without issue. It can also convert multiple large MP4 files to MPEG-1 in batch mode. Meanwhile, it provides more output profiles that you can convert MP4 to MPEG-2, MP4 to MPEG-4, MP4 to MP3, and so much more. You are also allowed to adjust the video resolution, bitrate, aspect ratio, volume, cut and join videos, etc. before the conversion.
Launch HD Video Converter Factory Pro on your desktop and open the “Converter.” Next, import your MP4 files into the converter by drag-and-drop. You can also use the add buttons to add files to the conversion list.
Click to open the right-side output format page and navigate to the “Video” category. Choose “MPG” as the output format as it is the container used for MPEG-1 videos.
Now, open the “Parameter settings” below the output format section. In the Video settings, change the video encoder to MPEG1VIEDEO from the drop-down list. After that, click “Ok” and return to the main workspace.
Tips. You are free to modify other settings like resolution, bitrate, frame rate, etc. Or just leave them as default.
Finally, choose an output path from the bottom output folder box and click “Run” to start the conversion. It should be done within a short time. After the conversion, you can view the output MPEG1 videos in the output folder you just set.
Converting MP4 to MPEG (MPEG-1 or MPEG-2) is easy with the video converter mentioned here. You will also find the program come in handy when dealing with other video and audio conversions. Anyway, I hope you enjoyed this post. Thanks for reading. Have a nice day!