iConvert is an elegantly-designed video converter for your iOS devices. It just works.
iConvert includes handy options for adjusting video quality, batch conversion, and the type of video codec used. While there is a free trial of iConvert, it is severely limited, as it will only encode the first 3 minutes of each of your videos. You will have to buy the full version to get rid of this limitation. This is strange as the free Mac version of iConvert doesn't include this limitation.
The beauty of iConvert is its simplicity. Just drag and drop a video file into the window, check if you want the video imported into iTunes to sync to your devices, choose a device, and hit convert. While programs like Handbrake do the same thing, its plethora of options may be intimidating for the average user. iConvert is a great video conversion program for those who don't want to think about or fuss over complicated quality options.
Speaking of quality, videos converted fine but there was a noticeable degradation in quality. This is a shame as videos set to the highest quality setting shouldn't exhibit artifacts and blocky pixels.
Overall, iConvert does the job and makes converting video for use on your iDevices into a single click affair. Unfortunately you have to shell out a lot of money to make it work.