Allok MPEG4 Converter has been designed to transform nearly all known video files into MPEG-based videos that your iPod, iPhone, PSP, Xbox 360 or mobile phone can play. It supports all well-known video codecs and file formats, such as AVI, WMV, FLV, 3GP, MOV, or MKV, and it is also capable of extracting their audio stream and save it as a standalone audio file.
In order to make all users happy, the program conveniently combines device-based output profiles with customizable output settings. Device-based profiles allow novice users to start enjoying the program’s conversion capabilities right away – all you need to do is select the input files you wish to convert and the profile of your choice. These profiles are neatly organized in various categories or “devices”, such as iPod, PSP, PS3, Xbox 360, or Cellular Phone, together with some generic categories for other video and some audio codecs. More experienced users can tweak the various settings associated to each profile, and thus somehow “create” their own output profiles. Regardless of their level of expertise, all users are granted the same level of flexibility when building their conversion lists. You can add any combination of supported video files, and assign a different output profile to each of them (if so desired).
Due to its flexible combination of video and audio files, this video converter can also be used as a standard audio conversion tool, as well as a convenient utility to extract the audio soundtrack of your video files. Though the list of audio codecs supported is shorter than that of video formats, the program offers video-to-audio and audio-to-audio conversion capabilities for MP3, AC3, AAC, WMA, Ogg, WAV, and M4A audio files.
The program comes with a simple yet convenient media player for you to preview your source video files and to listen to any source audio files. If only it would add some basic video editing capabilities to its already existing intuitive interface, fast re-encoding processes, and multiple batch conversion support, this Allok utility would become a serious option to consider.