A free tool for converting video files and burning discs
- A fairly intuitive (self-explanatory) user interface
- A very small and easily installed program
- Burn videos and music to CDs and DVDs
- Uses duel core when converting
- Some of the function icons are redundant
- The grey colour scheme is functional but ugly
- Duel core and multiple core rendering speed differences are negligible
- Has a limited number of output file types
Convert and change your video files
Ultimate Video Converter is a tool where you feed it a certain video file and it converts your file to whatever output file you choose. Despite being an old and run-of-the-mill converter, it is good how you are able to adjust the file settings to actually alter the quality of the video. In essence, it also turns this converter into somewhat of a video editor too. Some of the function icons are redundant, such as how the email button leads to an error because it is trying to prompt email software that no longer exists. Plus, the themes and skins do not apply because many media players do not use them anymore. Alter the settings if you downloaded a video with an NSTC framerate and you need a PAL framerate.
Still useful for specific jobs
Ultimate Video Converter allows you to convert your videos and adjust some of their settings. Its free conversion tools are not so impressive since its range of input and output files is limited and doesn't include. However, the ability to affect settings while converting is going to appeal to some users who do not want to spend hours rendering their videos through a fully-featured video editor. It could be useful for video hobbyists, programmers create video-related apps, people testing A/V equipment, and people who are trying to fill smaller hard drives with video content.