This utility presents a handy
solution for batch-converting video files among various formats.
Most of the stability problems we noticed in previous versions
of iVideoMax have been resolved. The application has a nice,
clean interface and a convenient main window. It supports
AVI, WMV, MPEG, RealMedia, ASF, and QuickTime formats. The
conversion process takes relatively little time. You'll find
nice features for tweaking your files, including the ability
to change the frame rate and width, and a utility for merging
as many clips as you'd like. We liked the idea of creating
a video from images, but note you should slow down the frame
rate to one if you're working with still images.
The program also can split clips into up to an astounding
100 segments, providing plenty of codec choices, but there's
no control over segment size, length, or start and end points.
Home-movie enthusiasts and Web-video addicts may enjoy iVideoMax.