Video Software Conversion Xilisoft PSP Video Converter

Xilisoft PSP Video Converter 5.1.23.0612 for Windows

by Xilisoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (10 votes)

File Details

File Size 15.3 MB
License Shareware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,918
Publisher Xilisoft Corp.
Homepage Xilisoft PSP Video Converter

Publisher's Description

Xilisoft PSP Video Converter can convert almost of all popular video files such as DVD, VCD, SVCD, MOV, RM, MPEG, 3GP, AVI to PSP video format with ease. The software allows you to adjust video size such as 160x112, 324x248 and 368x208 (16:9 full screen on PSP). Support 15 and 29.97 frame rate. Also, it can convert all popular audio files including MP2, AC3, AAC, M4A, OGG, WMA to MP3. All Encoders and decoders are built-in. You can convert multiple files at the same time because of multithreading supported.

Latest Reviews

ninjeratu

ninjeratu reviewed v2.1.52.831b on Sep 9, 2005

Not the best interface in the world. Why it is skinnable I don't know, but I guess someone figured the default interface was bad enough that you had to be able to make a new one. The conversion process is straight-forward and easy, even though the files are not renamed. You can easily batch convert, but the program lack profiles so you have to manually edit the settings all the time (unless you're happy with one setting, of course). Very strange for a $45 program. On the other hand you have lots of settings to change - for all your tweaking needs. It does not include a transfer utility, so you have to cut and paste (and know where to put it..).

It's quite fast, compared to other converters, and still the quality is acceptable. A guesstimate is that it's 10-30% faster than PSPVideo9 and 3GP Converter. A nice feature is that you can include subtitles and you can choose audiotrack when ripping a DVD.

Is it worth $45? Maybe for the subtitles. And to be honest. That PSPVideo9 is free doesn't mean it's actually better. It's limited, rather slow and has a horrible interface (even worse than Xilisoft's).
3GP Converter is also free, and much better than PSPVideo9 in some aspects.
4/5 for the DVD-ripping and speed. 3/5 for the rest.

ArabianNight

ArabianNight reviewed v2.1.50.714b on Jul 25, 2005

Nice program...not gonna pay though. LOL all the pixel mastorbat*rs are gonna enjoy this....

Avg. Rating 4.4 (10 votes)
Your Rating
ninjeratu

ninjeratu reviewed v2.1.52.831b on Sep 9, 2005

Not the best interface in the world. Why it is skinnable I don't know, but I guess someone figured the default interface was bad enough that you had to be able to make a new one. The conversion process is straight-forward and easy, even though the files are not renamed. You can easily batch convert, but the program lack profiles so you have to manually edit the settings all the time (unless you're happy with one setting, of course). Very strange for a $45 program. On the other hand you have lots of settings to change - for all your tweaking needs. It does not include a transfer utility, so you have to cut and paste (and know where to put it..).

It's quite fast, compared to other converters, and still the quality is acceptable. A guesstimate is that it's 10-30% faster than PSPVideo9 and 3GP Converter. A nice feature is that you can include subtitles and you can choose audiotrack when ripping a DVD.

Is it worth $45? Maybe for the subtitles. And to be honest. That PSPVideo9 is free doesn't mean it's actually better. It's limited, rather slow and has a horrible interface (even worse than Xilisoft's).
3GP Converter is also free, and much better than PSPVideo9 in some aspects.
4/5 for the DVD-ripping and speed. 3/5 for the rest.

ArabianNight

ArabianNight reviewed v2.1.50.714b on Jul 25, 2005

Nice program...not gonna pay though. LOL all the pixel mastorbat*rs are gonna enjoy this....

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