New Free Studio 5.0: Last Free Software from DVDVideoSoft

DVDVideoSoft has published new Free Studio 5.0 with re-designed interface. It bundles all free applications developed by the company as their number has grown considerably within the last months.

New Free Studio 5.0 contains 8 sections: YouTube, MP3&Audio, CD-DVD-BD, DVD&Video, Photo&Images, Mobiles, Apple Devices, 3D. Thus the company managed to include all 39 programs in the new interface for easy access to any of them, including four new converters: Free Video to LG Converter, Free Video to Nintendo Converter, Free Video to Samsung Converter, Free Video to Sony PlayStation Converter.

This Free Studio is the last free release by DVDVideoSoft. The next upcoming versions will require purchasing. All minor upgrades for the current version of Free Studio 5.0 will still be free and available for download, so there are still several months to be able to enjoy free usage.

However, DVDVideoSoft has prepared a special grant for their fans and followers. The company is planning to integrate a special section at where everyone can leave his/her e-mail to which an activation code for the new commercial version of Studio 6.0 will be sent. This is specially done to encourage people who have been with the company for quite a time to go on using the programs. The only thing required now is to follow DVDVideoSoft news and not to miss the chance to register.

Meanwhile, Free Studio is still free and available for direct download from the company’s website:

About DVDVideoSoft:

DVDVideoSoft ( is an independent developer of multimedia software programs for video and audio processing. The company was founded in 2006 as an affiliate distributing paid software. Today DVDVideoSoft offers 39 applications which are simple to use and functional, writes step-by-step instructions on how to solve different multimedia tasks with the help of its programs and, if necessary, provides free comprehensive support in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese and Japanese. The amount of everyday visitors to is constantly growing and today reaches 400,000.