Nokia have launched the Internet Tablet Video Converter which is, by far and away (IMHO), the single best video converter for Windows for owners of the Nokia Internet Tablets.
The interface is powered by Mozilla, and is a smart, black GUI looking vaguely reminiscent of the Hildon desktop:
From here, videos can be dragged and dropped on to the window; or added explicitly by clicking on the "Add" button. There are also buttons in the top-right (corresponding to the status bar on a Maemo device) for an about box and to bring up the settings.
Interestingly, the far-left hand side contains the button "Video", suggesting that future versions may handle DVDs or other media sources. There's no sign of that in the app, yet, though.
Converting a video
Videos are converted into MP4 files (rather than all the other media converters which target DivX/Xvid). This is only of technical interest, as the user experience remains the same.
Multiple videos can be converted simultaneously, with the total progress and time remaining, and each video's progress and ETA shown in the interface:
Once converted videos can be copied one at a time, or many together to a connected tablet through the interface; as well as deleted etc. Converted videos are kept over a number of instances, but a maximum number of videos can be specified which, once reached, will result in the oldest converted videos being deleted.
The settings button brings up a simple UI, from where the quality of the converted videos can be set on a slider; and more advanced settings like where the converted videos should be stored:
As with my own tablet-encode it uses a preset-based system with options ranging from "low" to "best".
For Windows users (who don't want a scriptable program such as tablet-encode), this is definitely the best media converter available.