VIDEOzilla 2.8 is a powerful application that allows you to convert a lot of video files from one into another. The program supports AVI, RM, MOV, MPEG, ASF, SWF, FLV, WMV, M4V, 3GP, 3G2 and many more. All you have to do to convert your video files is to right-click on the video file you want to convert and then click on the format you want your file to be converted to. VIDEOzilla 2.8 allows you to customize your conversions by modifying some advanced settings, such as video frame rate, bit rate, audio bit rate, frequency and channels (mono and stereo)
Using this efficient conversion tool, you will also be able to extract any part of your video files an save it as an audio file. The program supports saving your video files as WAV and MP3.
With this program, you will be able to convert your video files so that you can extract them to the most popular mobile devices, including iPhone, iPod, Zune Player, Mp4 player and so on. You can set the program to play the video once the conversion is done. The program will also allow you to preview the video file during the conversion.
From plenty of video conversion tools available, the one that stands out is Videozilla for its sheer simplicity. Instead of opening in a standalone application, it integrates into the Windows shell seamlessly and appears in the right-click menu of any file that it supports.
VIDEOzilla 1.0 seamlessly integrates
into the Windows shell and works absolutely transparently
throughout the Operating System. Therefore it is low on system
resources. To convert a video file to another format, the
user has to right-click on the file in Windows Explorer and
select the "Convert to" option on the context menu.
A complete set of codecs allows conversion to all currently
popular video formats including AVI, MPEG , WMV, RM, DVD ,
ASF, and QuickTime MOV. What's more, the user may configure
the desired output settings such as start and end points,
width and height, video and audio quality, frame rate and
This video-conversion application
will appeal to those who value convenience. Videozilla's interface
is atypical for this type of software but is nonetheless convenient.
Clicking the program's desktop shortcut leads you to an instructional
screen, though you'll also find an icon for accessing the settings.
Instead of providing you with a main window for browsing your
PC and adding video clips, Videozilla works via the Windows
Context menu. By right-clicking a video file you can select
options for converting it to AVI, WMV, RM, MPEG, MP3, Flash,
or WAV format. The Settings menu lets you adjust your output
files by tweaking their frame rates, bit rates, and sizes. You'll
also find a feature for extracting a section of the video, but
you only can set one pair of cut points, and you have to enter
them blindfolded, since the preview screen doesn't show up until
you start the conversion process. It is nice, however, that
the program provides a basic yet attractive player. If you routinely
transform many video clips, we'd guess you'll appreciate this
utility's ease of use.