Free Studio 5 – 47 Bundled Multimedia Applications

imageIt’s a kind of truism in business, that you should try to cover all the bases in the business you’re in. You can see this played out in the software industry in which, multiple applications are often bundled, or stacked, into suites. The objective being, of course, to prevent the competition from gaining a foothold with the customer.

Not unusual then, to see three, four, or as many as six applications, all bundled under one umbrella. But, I must admit, I had never seen forty seven applications bundled into a single package. Until that is, I came across Free Studio 5.

Free Studio 5, is an all-in-one package bundling forty seven free multimedia applications,  laid out in 8 sections, for easy access to any application: YouTube programs; MP3 and Audio; CD, DVD and BD; DVD and Video; Photo and Images; Mobiles; Apple Devices; and 3D applications.

I’ll point out – I have not tested any of the applications in this free offering. Still, you may find one, or more, of the applications to your liking.


A quick point about the Windows 8 Metro interface. I’ve become a fan of Windows 8, including the Metro interface – but, the installation of Free Studio 5, with it’s forty seven applications spread across a huge piece of screen real estate (as shown below), is just a bit bizarre.


The free application for Windows 8 users – Start Menu (shown below) – on the other hand, provides access in the more familiar drop-down arrangement with which Windows users are more familiar.


Free Studio’s individual components can be checked out, by clicking on the appropriate link below.

Free YouTube to MP3 Converter

Free YouTube to iPod and PSP Converter

Free YouTube to iPhone Converter

Free YouTube to DVD Converter

Free YouTube Uploader

Free Uploader for Facebook

Free Video to Android Converter

Free Video to Apple TV Converter

Free Video to BlackBerry Converter

Free Video to HTC Phones Converter

Free Video to iPad Converter

Free Video to iPod Converter

Free Video to iPhone Converter

Free Video to LG Phones Converter

Free Video to Motorola Phones Converter

Free Video to Nintendo Converter

Free Video to Nokia Phones Converter

Free Video to Samsung Phones Converter

Free Video to Sony Phones Converter

Free Video to Sony Playstation Converter

Free Video to Sony PSP Converter

Free Video to Xbox Converter

Free Video to Tablet PC Converter

Free DVD Video Converter

Free Video to DVD Converter

Free Video to Flash Converter

Free 3GP Video converter

Free Video to MP3 Converter

Free Video to JPG Converter

Free Audio Converter

Free Audio to Flash Converter

Free WebM Video Converter

Free MP4 Video Converter

Free AVI Video Converter

Free DVD Video Burner

Free Disc Burner

Free Audio CD Burner

Free Audio CD to MP3 Converter

Free Screen Video Recorder

Free Image Convert and Resize

Free Video Dub

Free Audio Dub

Free Video Flip and Rotate

Free 3D Photo Maker

Free 3D Video Maker

System Requirements: Windows XP SP3, Vista, Win 7 and .Net Framework 2 SP2.

Download at: DVDVideoSoft


Filed under downloads, Freeware, Multimedia Tools, Software

3 responses to “Free Studio 5 – 47 Bundled Multimedia Applications

  1. hipockets

    Hey Bill —

    I just installed Free Studio. For the curious, the FreeStudio folder contains 47 subfolders with 2772 files and uses about 730 MB of disk space. Attractive interface.

    I looked for the kitchen sink, but couldn’t find it. :>)

    FYI, anyone installing it should pay attention to the installation screens.

    During the installation the potential user (a) is told that an “IMAPI”* file must be installed, (b) must decide if he wants to install a DVDVideoSoft tool bar, and (c) must decide if he wants to install a browser add-on that will facilitate contributing to the ASPCA (haven’t seen that before).

    It will be interesting to see how these apps compare to their free competitors.

    *(Image Mapping —something-or-other-my-memory-fails- me-here— Interface (from Microsoft))

    • Hey Hipockets,

      I’m shocked the kitchen sink wasn’t included. What were they thinking. 🙂

      IMAPI – don’t see it referenced very much. Last time I saw this (frequently), was back in the days of Windows 98 repair floppies. From MS – enables the creation of optical media using a variety of file systems.

      Thank you for the additional info – appreciate that.



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