Here is a review for Sothink Video Converter from FlashFlex.com. Thanks a lot to FlashFlex, and we feel glad to share the review:
SourceTec software started soon after the Internet became popular in 1997. Located in the capital of Hubei province, Wuhan, China’s third ranked science and technology city, SourceTec specializes in flash video and DVD authoring tools for web developers. Marketed under the brand Sothink, the free video converter also has a paid Pro Version available. We will get into the differences later, but because of a support mixup (see the conclusions section), we ended up reviewing the Free version.
It has many unique features, one of which will save time or web developers who have to make a snapshot of the video so they can include that in the startup. It will convert videos to image series which shaves a little time from development, and adds flexibility to the product.
It handles all the following formats: AVI, WMV, ASF, MKV, H.264, RM, RMVB, MOV, QT, MP4, DV, 3GP, 3GP2, 3G2, 3GPP, MPG, MPE, MPEG, DAT, VOB, ASX, TS, MTS, FLV, RA, APE, WMA, MP3, M4A, AAC, AA3, OGG, FLAC, WAV, etc. So you can use it as your AVI converter, MKV converter, 3GP converter, MP3 converter, and so on.
It supports the following smart phones and devices: Apple iPod (touch), iPad, iPhone 4, Nexus One (Google Android), BlackBerry, Nokia, HTC, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Sony PSP, Wii, Microsoft Xbox 360, Zune, and more.
It has some basic video editing tools, such as trim and sizing. It supports multiple codecs, and variable bit rates, frame rates and aspect ratios.
As for mobile, it covers the gamut of smartphones and enables you to make quick work of converting those last-minute videos that you want to watch on the plane, only to discover 10 minutes before you have to leave that the formats are incompatible and you must make a quick conversion before it’s ported to your phone.
Adding files – you may add multiple files at once. They are visible within the application and the view can be adjusted for details and thumbnails with a resize applied to the perspective. This turns out to be a nice feature if you’re working with hundreds of files.
Previewing files – The Sothink video converter is a pleasure to load and preview your files with, to select your encoding profile is very easy from the drop-down and your profiles can be saved for easy recall.
Converting files – The output folder is contained in a panel at the very bottom of the app and is very easy to set with the browse and open buttons in plain view.
Performance – I tried multiple file formats and was pretty impressed with the speed. The Sothink averaged about two minutes of conversion time for every five minutes of video (640×480) and it didn’t seem to matter what the format was. When converting for the smartphone sizes, the time was significantly decreased.
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