The Xbox is a video game console manufactured by Microsoft. The 1st version of the console was released on the 15th of November, 2001. Initially, the console was available only in North America, then in Australia, Europe and finally Japan in 2002.
Xbox became the 1st gaming console produced by an American company since 1996.
The 1st version of the console featured a standard 733 MHz Intel Pentium 3 processor, and a built-in hard disk what was absolutely new for the consoles. Following the release of the gaming console, in November 2002, Microsoft released Xbox Live, a free online service that allowed users to download new content and play with other users through a broadband connection.
The next version of Xbox, Xbox 360, was launched in November 2005. The Xbox was soon discontinued. Support for the Xbox Live on the 1st Xbox version ended on the 15 of April 2010.
The PlayStation Vita in a portable game console developed by Sony. It was released on the 17 December 2011 in Japan. On the 22d of February, the console became available in North America, Europe and the rest of the world.
The updated Video Converter presents new video conversion presets for popular game consoles: Sony PS Vita and Microsoft Xbox. Now you can watch your favorite movies and video clips on a large TV screen via Xbox or on a handy PS Vita console. The available video qualities: Full HD 1080p, HD 720p, and 640p. For Xbox users may choose among WMV, AVI, or MP4 formats and switch 5.1 sound for WMV video.
Let's check how you can prepare media content for watching on your gaming console.
Of course, the very first step is to update your Freemake tool. Download the new version here. Then,
When the clips are ready, transfer them to your console. Then connect Xbox to a TV and enjoy the films on a big screen.
For PS Vita, follow the steps above but this time select "to Sony" output option.
Then select your device from a drop-down menu, choose a folder for the visual and encode them.
After that, connect the gadget to your computer and add your movies onto a device.
In case you plan to transcode visual for Xbox or PS Vita regularly, add these options to Favorites by clicking the Star sign next to the format option.