Convert any File using cmd

Author: koolkhalid95
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need a converter to convert files huh......not any more check this video out and discover a new way to convert any file using command prompt...... HAVE FUN :)))))


  1. It's renaming, not converting. Absolutely useles.
  2. I honestly can’t see the screen. The resolution is so bad. I can’t make out the pixels. Is they’re a text version I can read
  3. ROTFL!!!
  4. slam mjy koi batye ga meri sb pix vlc m hogai h me usko pic m kesy cnvrt kru
  5. fuckkk it worked , I didnt believe at first hahaha
    I open cmd, type CD DESKTOP (which is the location) CD securre(name of the folder) then click rename . *.mp3 hahaha shit Im impressed
  6. Thanks a lot for the big help!! Very much appreciated...Cheers,
  7. Your full of it sure its going to change too it but it will not open it what your changing it too the file in use of another format its useless. Waste of time.
  8. Using the steps shown, I converted ms word to pdf format but I can't open the pdf file. could you advise?
  9. For just changing file extension this trick is very useful.. Thanks:)
  10. great help! Thanks!!!
  11. o.O ...
  12. wtf
  13. it worked!!!!! yay...took me few trys but it converted 12 of my bitmap images to jpeg images....thank you thank you....
  14. my head got spining.... realy spining... dammm
  15. my brain at this point isn't even talking. all i hear is silence. kms. no
  16. fu##in LEGEND BRO
  17. thanks bro it worked for me
    soo helpfull
  19. do you know how to use cmd?
  20. LMFAO LOL!

    Renaming a file does not change the metadata inside the file. For that you would need a conversion app.

    Renaming files merely changes the extensions of files - in this demo.

    Go ahead and rename that #.txt into *.mp3 and try to play it on your mp3 player - LOL!