Video Converter for Zune - Kigo Video Converter Pro
Kigo Video Converter Pro for Mac is a video converter for Zune. It can convert popular video for Zune. After conversion, you can playback those videos on Zune.
Kigo Video Converter Pro is an excellent Zune movie converter. It enables you converting all popular audio and video files such as MPEG, AVI, MKV, WMV, MOV, FLV, MP4, 3GP, 3G2, Mpeg TS/TP (for HD Video) to Zune format.
It converts video with high output quality, fast conversion speed and various eatures such as video file trim. fThis Mac Zune video converter is also easy to use, to complete the conversion, you just need a few button-presses.
There are embedded a web video downloader inside Kigo Video Converter.
Batch conversion is supported by this powerful video converter.
There are 2 preset to choose for output format: WMV format or MP4 format.
Version: 3.1.2 Size: 13.5 MB Support OS: Mac OS X 10.4 or Later
Zune is a portable media players sold by Microsoft. Zune players come in two variants, one hard-drive based and the other flash-memory based. Both play music, videos, and podcasts, display images, and receive (but not record) FM radio. You can share files wirelessly with other Zunes and via USB with Xbox 360s and Windows PCs. Any Zune can also be synced wirelessly with a Windows PC.
The Zune entertainment software platform and supporting products designed and marketed by Microsoft include Zune Marketplace Software, the Zune Social, Windows 7 Media Center (Podcasts only) and Xbox 360 (TV & Movies).
Zune HD supports Video formats including: WMV, MP4, H.264 video, DVR-MS
Because of the screen size and the video sources, they may need to convert the videos on computer before importing their clips to this beautiful portable device. If we want our videos playback on Zune, we must convert the unfit video files to Zune video files by MP4, H.264 or WMV formats.
Step 1 : Download Kigo Video Converter, install it
To convert video for Microsoft Zune, you need a video converter first. Download and install Kigo Video Converter from this website:
Step 2: add video files
Launch Kigo Video Converter. You can add your video files by pressing "Add Files" button to add video from your Mac, or you can just drag and drop your video into the application.
Step 3 : Select video format for Microsoft Zune
In the application select output format from "Profile" drop-down list. Since Microsoft Zune supports MP4 and WMV formats, you can select the corresponding video formats.
You can set the output filename and output path by clicking "Output Filename" and "Output Directory".
If you do not want to convert the whole video file, you can set "Start Time" and "Stop Time" to convert a part of the video.
Step 4. Change default profile as needed
If you don't want to use the default video or audio encoding settings, just click the "Video" or "Audio" button to set these settings. In "Video" dialog box, you still can set the parameters such as video codec, video size, bit rate, video fps and more to get the better video quality.
If the converted files belong to audio files, you can set the parameters such as audio codec, audio bitrate, sample rate, audio channel and more to get the better audio quality in "Audio" dialog box.
In the end of the dropdown list of profile, there is an item named "Save current profiles...". Click on it will update the preset profiles to be current profiles. If you have changed some of the profiles but don't click the item, it won't be saved when you quit the application.
Step 5. Convert video for Microsoft Zune
Click "Encode" button, then Kigo Video Converter will start encoding your source video into desired output format.
Step 6 : Find the converting and converted file
When encoding is on-going or finished, go to left panel, click "Library",in the dialog-box, you will find the converted files in the corresponding format label. You also can see the converting dialog-box by clicking "converting" button. And in the middle window, right click on the converted file and select Open File Location, then you can check this video in the output folder from the hard drive.
- Mac OS X 10.4 or later.
- At least 512M physical RAM.
- 1G Hz Intel or PowerPC processor, or above.
- At least one DVD-ROM.
- 1024*768 resolution display or higher.