The interface of the tool may seem a bit overwhelming at first, but it is actually quite intuitive.
You can import media files to the queue by using the file manager or the "drag and drop". Batch conversion is supported.
In the list, you can see the name, details, duration and output format for each clip. The best way to convert a file specifies the output destination and format.
But you can also configure the audio and video parameters (eg, quality, speed, volume, size, image settings, sampling resolution) and advanced options (eg using core CPU, deinterlacing, high quality engine).
Also, you can see the video in a small integrated media player, seat and trim (the configuration can be reset to their default values), take a snapshot, enter the name change of the model, set the audio language and modify the default output profiles.
The video converter uses a moderate amount of system resources, it includes a help file with pictures and quickly leave a job without freezing or crashing. We have not encountered any problems during our tests. The image and sound are kept in a very good quality of output videos.
But WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe as an excellent tool to encode clips, and urged all user levels suggests.
WinX HD Video Converter Deluxe 5.6.1 Build 20150828