MediaCoder - finally we can convert RM & MOV for free!



MediaCoder is a free (open source) audio/video converter, putting
together many excellent audio/video softwares from the open source
community into one friendly GUI. On video side, MEncoder is used as
back-end, which provides support for nearly all known video compression
and container formats as well as rich and useful video filtering
features (e.g. post-processing, 3D de-noise). On audio side, MPlayer
and Winamp input plugins used as decoders, various encoders integrated,
MediaCoder can simply batch transcode among any known audio formats,
with tags transferred, file names generated, and even performing audio
filtering (e.g. resample, normalize) on the fly.

Typical applications:

- Improving compression / reducing file size (audio+video ->
audio+video) e.g. MPG/VOB/AVI/RMVB/MOV/MP4 -> AVI/MKV/MP4
(Xvid/DivX/H.264 + MP3/OGG/AAC)
- Extracting audio track (audio+video -> audio) e.g.
- Converting to normal VCD/DVD player ready video files (audio+video ->
MPEG) e.g. RMVB/MOV -> MPEG 1/2
- Converting from lossless or high-bitrate audio to low-bitrate audio
to play with portable DAP (audio -> audio) e.g. APE/FLAC/WavPack (+ CUE
sheets) -> MP3/AAC/WMA
- Ripping CDs and compressing it on the fly e.g. CD tracks->

Supported source formats:

- Audio: MP3, OGG/Vorbis, AAC, MusePack, WMA, RealAudio, FLAC, WavPack,
APE/APL, WAV, CUE Sheets, and any other formats supported by Winamp
input plugins
- Video: AVI (Xvid/DivX/H.264), MPEG1/2/4, QuickTime (mov), WMV/ASF,
RealMedia (rmvb), MP4, Matroska (mkv)
- CUE Sheets

Supported target audio formats:

- Lossy: MP3 (Lame), OGG/OGM (Vorbis), AAC (iTunes, Nero AAC Encoder,
FAAC), AAC+/Parametric Stereo (CT, Helix), MusePack, WMA
- Lossless: FLAC, WavPack, Monkey's Audio (APE), WMA Lossless, WAV

Supported target video formats:

- H.264, Xvid, DivX 4/5, MPEG1/2/4, H.263 etc.

Supported target container formats:

- AVI, MPEG 1/2, Matroska, MP4

Codec Packs & P2P Downloads:


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