The latest version of StarWind V2V Converter is a very professional and useful tool for the conversion of virtual disks in both directions.
Window repair mode
StarWind V2V Converter makes it easier to migrate VMs and virtual disks between different hardware sets by bootstrapping the migrated VMs in Windows repair mode. In addition, the utility is able to convert physical machines into virtual machines. In both cases, the VM automatically adapts to the new hardware environment, thus avoiding any compatibility problems.
StarWind V2V Converter works with all major VM formats: VMDK, VHD/VHDX, QCOW2 and StarWind Native IMG. it works in two ways, converting from any VM format to any VM format, and therefore has better functionality than similar converters.
StarWind V2V Converter allows easy conversion of VM formats directly from one hypervisor to another. You do not need to create copies of the source and target VM files on your local computer, making the conversion process particularly easy.
StarWind V2V Converter allows the migration and copying of VMs between hosts using different hypervisors. It is also able to convert physical machines to virtual machines located on any industry standard hypervisor server without the risk of breaking data consistency. The utility is compatible with major hypervisors such as Microsoft Hyper-V, VMwareES., Citrix XenServer and KVM.
StarWind V2V Converter Green is a free virtual machine disk file format converter that enables mutual/bi-directional conversion between the image file formats used by common virtual machines. Supported image formats include VMDK, VHD, VHDX, QCOW2 and StarWind native IMG format. It is compatible with common virtual machine monitors, including Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware ESXi, Citrix XenServer and KVM.
In StarWind Converter’s Virtual to Virtual (V2V) mode, you can convert VMware VMDK to VHD/VHDX or VHD/VHDX to VMDK, making it easy to change virtual disk image formats or to migrate or port between different virtual machine products. The conversion operates on a copy of the virtual disk, while the source virtual disk file is not affected in any way.