VideoZip is a simple-to-use program which allows you to convert video clips to AVI, MPEG, WMV and RMVB. It can be handled by individuals of any experience level.
The interface of the application is clean and pretty intuitive. Video clips can be imported into the list by using either the file browser or treeview (the "drag and drop" method is not supported). Batch processing is allowed.
In the queue you can check out the source path, frame size, duration, target format, status, estimated size, along with output destination and profile of each video. All you have to do is set the target format and directory, in order to proceed with the encoding job.
Furthermore, you can configure audio and video settings when it comes to the frame size, frame rate, codec, bit rate, sample frequency rate, channel mode and others. But you can also preview clips in a built-in media player and crop them, edit profiles, clear all tasks, move items up and down in the list, and others.
The video processing tool runs on a moderate amount of system resources, has a good response time, quickly finishes a task and preserves a good image and sound quality. There's also a comprehensive help file with snapshots that you can look into. Unfortunately, VideoZip froze a couple of times during our testing when we attempted to access the "Option" area. Plus, the interface needs some improvements. Other than that, we strongly recommend this tool to all users.