AVC to Zune Converter
AVC to Zune Converter software directory lists the most popular AVC to Zune Converter software that can help you convert AVC files to Zune Player.
Our professional digital video/audio editors test various software and pick the best one(s) from them. With software listed in this convert AVC to Zune software directory, you can conveniently convert AVC files to Zune Video. Please click on their titles for details.
Cucusoft Zune Video Converter Suite
is an all-in-one Zune video conversion solution. This Suite includes 2 software -- " Zune Video Converter" and " DVD to Zune Converter". Support rip DVD to Zune and convert MPEG, VOB, DivX, XviD, AVS, M2P, MPG, M1V, M2V, AVI, ASF, WMV, MOV, RM, RMVB, Dvr-ms, AVI to Zune (MP4/3, WMV/A format)
PQ Zune Movie Video Converter
is a One-Click solution to convert AVI to Zune, Dvr-ms, Tivo, DivX/Xvid movies, WMV, MPEG, RealMedia videos, etc to Zune video. Support batch video conversion, WMV, MPEG-4, AVC(H.264) video format, auto-stretch to 4:3 options, etc.
Avex Zune Video Converter
convert AVI to Zune, convert DivX/Xvid, WMV, Tivo, FLV, GVI, MPEG videos (and many more) to Microsoft Zune video format in one simple click. The software features superb video & audio quality and fast conversion speed. And it is very easy to use.
ImTOO Zune Video Converter
is powerful Zune movie converter software for Microsoft's Zune MP3 Player, which can convert almost all popular video formats such as WAV, MP2, MP3, AC3, CUE, APE, CDA, 3G2, DivX, XviD, MPEG, MP4, WMV, MOV, RM, RMVB, ASF, VOB, 3GP, iPod, PSP, AVI to Zune MPEG-4, WMV, and helps you watch movies and videos on your Zune anywhere and anyway.
With Advanced Video Codec / H.264 the MPEG-4 Standard defines one of the newest and also one of the technically best available, state-of-the-art Video Coding Formats.
Zune is Microsoft portable MP3 media player will be launched this year (maybe November). Zune is the brand and device name like iPod, and comes from the project Argo.
Zune is under Microsoft's new Entertainment & Devices Division, and is headed by, among others, Robbie Bach, J Allard (Corporate Vice President and Chief XNA Architect), and Bryan Lee (Corporate Vice President and CFO, Entertainment and Devices Division), which accounts for the division of this project from the rest of Microsoft, similar to how the Xbox project was also strictly separated.