The program’s main interface may seem confusing at first, which is right. However the learning time is very short. When you figure out the basic working of the program, you will get going very easily.
Here, I recommend you to look at your video file first before starting the conversion. Go to the folder that contains your video file, right click on it, select “Properties" and switch to the “Summary" tab. Click on the “Advanced >>" button and you will see your video file’s properties in detail. Note the values for width, height, audio bit rate and channels.
When you make the fine-tuning, input these values when you are converting your movie. SUPER does not make any upscaling (or upconversion if you will), which is changing the resolution of a video file to a higher value. So, if your video file’s scale is 352x240 (Width x Height), SUPER will not make it 704x480. Setting up higher values than the original will just make your conversion time longer without any significant effect.
When you are done with checking your video file, simply drag and drop your video file to the lower part of the interface, where it writes “drop a valid multimedia file here." SUPER will make a small check to see if the file is a corrupt/unrecognized file. Then you can start the conversion process by clicking on the “Encode (Active Files)" button. In the screenshot you see the simple configuration to have an output file to be written directly to the DVD to be watched in a home theater system.