As the title of this software implies, Videora Xbox360 Converter allows you to encode video files to formats supported by Xbox360 but also by Zune devices.
The interface of the application is plain. Video clips can be imported via the file browser only, because the "drag and drop" method is not supported. Batch processing is not permitted.
So, all you have to do is specify the output profile and destination, in order to initiate the encoding task. But you can also set the CPU usage level and select the conversion mode (prompt, normal or power).
Furthermore, you can enable Videora Xbox360 Converter to automatically turn off the computer after it finishes a task and to queue files for conversion, remove an item from the list, create profiles, and others.
The video processing tool takes up a moderate-to-high amount of system resources, has a fair response time, quickly finishes a task and generally manages to keep a decent image and sound quality. You can also look into a well-drawn help file for all user levels.
On the other hand, the interface can be difficult to navigate through and Videora Xbox360 Converter popped up several errors during our tests, as well as crashed a couple of times. We recommend you look for something more powerful than Videora Xbox360 Converter at this moment.