Add Media Files
To start converting media files, you need to add them to Wondershare UniConverter (originally Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate) firslty. There are different methods to add the files.
Video Tutorial: Wondershare UniConverter - Add Media Files
Method 1: Add Media Files by Buttons
Click Add Files at the top-right corner of the window directly, or click the inverted triangle beside Add Files and select one of the buttons from the drop down list to add files from different sources.
1. Add Folder: You can add all the files in one folder from here.
2. Add from Device: You can add files from the connected device.
3. Add from Camcorder: You can add files from the connected camcorder.
Situation 1: A File Explorer window will pop up if you click Add Files or Add Folder. Find and select the files you want to convert, and click Open to add them to the conversion queue.
Situation 2: A Load Device Media window will open if you click Add from Device or Add from Camcorder. Find and select the files you want to convert, and click Add to Convert List to add them to the conversion queue.
Method 2: Add Media Files by Drag and Drop
Drag the media files you want to convert from the File Explorer window and drop the files into the conversion queue of Wondershare UniConverter (originally Wondershare Video Converter Ultimate).
Method 3: Add Media Files from Media Browsers (Mac Only)
Click the Media Browsers from the main interface.
Then you'd get a separate window, which diplays video or audio files from iMovie, iTunes and Photo Booth.
Click the drop-down icon to view your target video or audio files, then click the + icon in the bottom-left corner to add them into the program
Note: Click the play icon in the bottom-right corner, you'll be able to preview the media files before importing them to the program.
The Introduction of The Conversion List
After you have added the files, they will appear in the conversion list. Here, you can view the information about the files, choose audio and subtitle tracks, and manage the output file. On the left side, you can see the input files' media information and the editing section, and on the right side you can manage the output files' format and their presets.
To remove a file from the list, click the X button at the top-right corner of the file.