How to Convert Video to Microsoft Zune?
Microsoft Zune, a series of digital products and service marketed by Microsoft, though may have dead for a long time, are still a brand of excellent portable digital media players with video and music streaming service. If you are an old user of Microsoft Zune, you may be used to view movies with this portable device. Thus, a video converter which assists you converting videos to the Microsoft Zune supported videos is a must-have.
Sothink Video Converter, with its features to quickly read all kinds of videos and convert to all kinds of mainstream video & audio formats and devices with customizations to make the resulting video to be what you like is recommended to you strongly.
Following, details about how-to are shown below.
Step 1: Run Sothink Video Converter, and load the source
Run Sothink quick launcher, and then choose Video Converter from the pop-up welcome screen.
Click the "+" or "+Add" on the main UI to navigate the source video you want to convert, or just simply drag & drop it into the main UI for loading.
Step 2: Choose your Microsoft Zune, and personalize the output video
Seconds later, the source video is loaded in. Move to the right pane, and click the profile switcher to choose your Microsoft Zune from Microsoft of Device in Sothink's profile library. Then, select the output titles, audio & subtitles you want to output.
Sothink's Advanced Settings and built-in video editor can help make the output video more suitable for your need. You can set all the video and audio parameters, trim the video, crop or rotate the display area, add watermarks, add external subtitles, adjust the output video, etc if you need.
After that, move down and select the output location at the Save to part.
Step 3: Start to convert video
Now that you've customized the output video with all settings, you can take the last step. Just click the Start button, you can have a relax, leave the rest to Sothink. Few minutes, the whole process will be finished.
OK, done! Now, you can check the output video, and then transfer it to your Microsoft Zune connected to your PC. And you can view it with your Microsoft Zune by then. Have a nice movie trip!
For more info, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/video-converter.htm.