KingConvert For BlackBerry is a software app with a pretty self-explanatory name - it allows you to prepare video files for BlackBerry smartphones. It can be seamlessly handled, even by less experienced users.
The tool's wrapped in a plain and uncomplicated GUI where importing items into the file list can be done with the help of either the file browser, folder view or 'drag and drop' method. It is possible to work with multiple entries simultaneously.
The file queue lists the name, size, type, status, location and default output folder for each video. If you are satisfied with the default settings, then you can directly start the conversion procedure after establishing the output directory.
Otherwise, you can trim clips by marking the start and end time values or by size, preview them, adjust the audio delay, make KingConvert For BlackBerry automatically power off the computer when all tasks are done, as well as save all the current settings for future tasks.
KingConvert For BlackBerry finishes an encoding operation in reasonable time while using a low amount of CPU and system memory. It has a good response time and delivers videos with a fair image and sound quality. No errors have been displayed in our evaluation.
On the downside, you cannot specify the thread priority, minimize KingConvert For BlackBerry to the system tray, or configure audio and video settings (e.g. frame rate, aspect ratio, volume level, channel mode). The app has not been updated for a long time.