Where is a Good Mpeg Encoder When you Need It?

By: Ted Peterson

I recently got an opportunity to convert some of DVDs into DivX and then after a search on the internet found the ImTOO MPEG Encoder, a good conversion utility. My experience with any conversion utility has never been so great until I started working on this conversion utility which appears in a simple GIU (Graphical User Interface). For a trial I picked up and loaded my favorite DVD into the CD tray and initiated the conversion process to DivX in few simple steps and went out for some grocery shopping which took me around 30 minutes and when I returned back the conversion was already done, wow! That was quick.

Further I looked over and found that this ImTOO MPEG Encoder also supports other video conversation formats like AVI, DVD, MOV, CUE, CDA, VOB, WMV, XviD, 3GP, 3G2, Animated GIF, MP4, and many more which is great. Many other software encoders or converters present today are either heavy or takes a while for the conversion process to finish. Sometime I've had even bad experience where my computer would sit right there at some percentage of progress and would never come out it. Looks like finally, there is an excellent solution available thanks to ImTOO Software Studio.

Also, the software is meant for almost anyone from any age group to use as it's so simple. If you are a newbie or a beginner, then pickup the Wizard Mode which will guide you through the steps leading to a final conversion where you can pick the source and the destination formats and that's all, the conversion process will begin. If you already have previous experience in the video conversion area with some other utilities where you wasted your time, then you will love this software as you can pick many files in different formats and get them all converted into one single format output file.

Here is the catch! This software does not wait for the first file to convert followed by second and third etc, if you are using a multi-threaded CPU, the conversion process will begin for every file at the same time. There the more files you convert at the same time, the same time it takes to convert them. So if you were only converting one file which would take 30 minutes, now instead of that, start converting 2 or 3 files at same time and they will all take 30 minutes together. I have never seen this happening in any other video encoder or converter software.

Now the Advanced mode is not any different and is also very simple to handle and does the same work a wizard mode would do. It all depends whislafjch mode you are comfortable using as once you grow in your video conversion experience, a wizards mode does not sounds like an obvious option. The other options available is an overwrite function which can be used whenever you want the files to be re-written using the built-in encoders and a zoom/split function giving full control in users hands. If you don't like any part in the movie, you can preview it and cut it out.

Increase you land up in some sort of confusion which I would doubt, still don't worry as there is support available even for trail packs. It software works on any Windows 2000/XP and even Vista RTM. Why wait go grab your copy and let other know about this cheap and best software they all can afford to buy.

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