Allok Video to PSP Converter

Allok Video to PSP Converter 6.2

It can help you convert video to PSP-compatible profiles
3.7  (3 votes)
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Allok Video to PSP Converter can help you watch your favorite movies on your PSP. This tool has a nice interface, which is unlikely to pose any difficulty while you use it. Multiple input formats are supported, including most popular ones. Fortunately, it supports batch conversion and using various processor cores, which can significantly reduce the time spent on encoding the files.

The tool supports some basic authoring features; however, it definitely lags behind other similarly priced converters in terms of available functions. Thus, you can use it to trim a part from a video clip but not to extract various segments from the same source. Moreover, you can embed subtitles from external files and fortunately, various formats are allowed. As you make the changes, you can also preview what they will look like once the conversion is finished.

The program is intended mainly to convert video to PSP-compatible formats; therefore, the range of output formats is obviously limited; yet, the availability of some target audio formats allows you to extract audio from video as well. The output profiles can be easily customized and new ones can be created out of the changes you make. Unfortunately, you will need to apply the same conversion settings to all the files on your list. Finally, the application can let you split large files automatically according to a list of standard or customized sizes.

Briefly, Allok Video to PSP Converter is a fine application. However, it is my duty to tell you that there are other converters with more features with a similar price and even for free.

Pedro Castro
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Review summary


  • It is easy to use
  • It supports batch conversion
  • It supports multiple input formats
  • It lets you embed external subtitles


  • It does not provide as many editing functions as other available converters
  • The range of output formats is limited
  • It does not let you use individual conversion parameters
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