Instead of providing you with a main window for browsing your PC and adding video clips, Videozilla works via the Windows Context menu. By right-clicking a video file you can select options for converting it to AVI, WMV, RM, MPEG, MP3, Flash, or WAV format. The Settings menu lets you adjust your output files by tweaking their frame rates, bit rates, and sizes. You'll also find a feature for extracting a section of the video, but you only can set one pair of cut points, and you have to enter them blindfolded, since the preview screen doesn't show up until you start the conversion process.
It is nice, however, that the program provides a basic yet attractive player. If you routinely transform many video clips, we'd guess you'll appreciate this utility's ease of use.