Question Does windows have a built in media(audio,video,image) converter?

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I have Camtasia Studio installed. I have to edit a .webm type video but it doesn't allow importing .webm and other many types of video formats. How can I convert my video with a built in video converter as I don't want to install any third party softwares and want to go with a free option. If not so please tell me how can I import other unsupported video formats in Camtasia Studio 9?
Even a little help will be appreciated
 
You can use ffmpeg which is completely free and comes as a standalone exe, as in you don't need to install it you just run it through command prompt or with a front end if you like.
Handbrake is a another great option although you need to install that one.
 

howtobeironic

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There is actually a Windows 10 built-in solution, the Video Editor, but it only works stuff->mp4 and it is very limited. So, ffmpeg if you want opensource, handbrake if you want a GUI.
 
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You can use ffmpeg which is completely free and comes as a standalone exe, as in you don't need to install it you just run it through command prompt or with a front end if you like.
Handbrake is a another great option although you need to install that one.
Thanks dude for helping me 😊
 

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