ContextConvert Pro is a convenient, powerful, and highly configurable Windows application for converting among nearly all conceivable multimedia formats.
Tightly integrated with the Windows interface, ContextConvert Pro provides immediate conversion capability from any Windows context (right-click) menu. Simply right-click on any audio, image, or video file, and you can immediately convert it to any other supported format.
You can predefine the folder that will contain your converted files, allowing you to complete your file conversions with a single click. Power users will enjoy the comprehensive set of settings and properties that are available for complete output control, including audio frequency, bitrate, and channels; AVI codecs; MPEG types (MPEG-1 standard, MPEG-1 with VCD extensions, MPEG-2 standard, MPEG-2 with Super VCD extensions, and MPEG-2 with DVD extensions), WMV profile, image quality, and image color depth.
Multi-page image conversion support is extensive. You can convert from one multi-page format to another, extract multi-page images and create a set of individual files, grab the first page only of a multi-page file, or build a new multi-page file from selected images.
Whether you're a web designer who needs to convert files to different formats, or a hobbyist who wants to standardize your collection of multimedia files, ContextConvert Pro gives you the tools you'll need.
Two-way conversions are supported among Audio CD Tracks (CDA), MP3, WMA, OGG, and WAV.
For video, conversions between AVI, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, WMV, and ASF are provided.
To be fair, I had to give a neutral rating. The only reason I downloaded it was because I saw this:
"Simply right-click on any audio, image, or video file, and you can immediately convert it to any other supported format." and this "Two-way conversions are supported among Audio CD Tracks (CDA), MP3, WMA, OGG, and WAV."
I'm not sure who wrote the description, but wouldn't a "two-way" conversion among "supported formats" imply that I can convert a .wav into a .cda?
I'm not interested in any of the other formats (especially mp3's because they usually sound horrible), so I couldn't test the program. I can't knock a program that I can't test.