As the name of this software implies, River Past Crazi Video for Cell Phone allows you to convert video files to the format supported by mobile phones, namely WMV. It can be used by individuals of any experience level.

The interface of the program is plain and simple to navigate through. Video clips can be imported into the queue by using the file browser or treeview (the "drag and drop" method is not supported). Batch processing is allowed.

In the list you can check out the initial and output name and format, duration, audio and video properties, along with estimated size and status of each clip. Once you establish the output WMV profile and directory, you can proceed with the encoding task.

On top of that, you can adjust the video quality and set the maximum audio and video bit rate, remove an item from the list or clear the entire queue, play clips in an external media player, as well as trim videos by marking the start and end position, and others.

The video encoding software takes a reasonable amount of time to complete a task while using a high amount of system resources. It has a good response time and didn't freeze, crash or pop up errors during our testing. Plus, you can check out a well-drawn help file with snapshots.

However, River Past Crazi Video for Cell Phone doesn't do a good job when it comes to preserving the image and sound quality. Also, its interface is outdated and you cannot change the program's behavior (e.g. enable the program to automatically turn off the computer after conversion). We recommend this tool with reservations.