Kate's Video Toolkit

Kate's Video Toolkit

This toolkit is an easy-to-use, all-in-one solution for all your video needs
3.4  (16 votes)
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Kate's Video Toolkit is an easy-to-use, all-in-one solution for all your video needs. It can convert AVI, WMV, MPEG, MOV, MP4, 3GP and ASF files into a variety of output formats, including AVI, WMV, MPEG, MOV (Quick Time), VCD, and DVD.

If you are one of those who love to play around with sounds or edit videos, then this tool has just been designed for you. With this tool you can experiment with different combinations of any of the more than 70 3D transitions available, and its 50+ marvelous effects. One of its main assets is the built-in video player, so you can preview, watch, and listen to your creations without the need of external tools. It also offers you the possibility of changing the frame size and the frame aspect ratio, of cutting and joining your files, of mixing audio and video files together, and, of course, of converting them from one codec to another. The cut and join feature allows you to select the start and end frames while watching the video.

Most of these features are available in the trial version reviewed here, which is available free of charge. This tool is compatible with most Windows operating systems.

mike sheth
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Review summary


  • All-in-one converter and player.
  • Supports Windows Vista and Windows 7.


  • Slow when converting larger files.

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Malloc I used this for some simple video clipping and it worked very well for my needs. I will use it in the future! The software is very nice and very simple to use! thank you Kate!

A note for people to avoid unwanted third-party software when installing not only this but any free software in the future... To avoid adware and other unwanted third party software from being installed when installing any free software, you MUST select custom install and then deselect all other suggested products. Otherwise you will get software that you did not expect to install. Yes this blows but it seems like all free downloads have taken to this misleading practice so just a heads up for everyone. This is how they trick you these days and sadly even big companies like Oracle have taken to it. I swear that this happened to me when I installed the latest Java SDK not too long ago! You can't blame the independent guys/gals as they need to make money somehow but Oracle? Come on!

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Lucas Dreyer

Lucas Dreyer I installed Kate's Video Toolkit and now I have adware! There was no option to exclude additional components during the installation. Now Firefox randomly opens a link to a weird website.

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