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Video file conversion (.asf to anything else)

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I recently got a converter for my parents that records VCR tapes and saves them as video files, very useful for them. It works fine however it saves the videos as .asf files which are very difficult to playback, very touchy and unreliable. I am looking for a converter that can quickly convert them to something more usable like .mkv or .mp4, anything else really. Any suggestions, free or paid would be very helpful.
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WinFF should convert your files. It's a GUI for the FFmpeg framework and it's pretty versatile.

Alternatively, you could use Mpegstreamclip.

Both are free and should suit your needs, however, I use them both regularly and have had higher success rates with WinFF.

Hope this helps. :)
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