This is a transcoder for all multimedia formats, for which
input plugins exist.
It has a track queue, which lets you configure the options for each track.
If you start transcoding, all tracks of the list will be transcoded in a batch process.
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The main window
General track configuration
Libquicktime encoder configuration
Configuration of the deinterlacing filter
Options for rendering text subtitles
Configuration of the H.264/AVC encoder
Configuration for audio CD creation
- Encoder options can be configured for each Audio/Video stream individually
- Default settings, which will be used for newly added tracks, are configured
- You can load/save profiles: Once you found your favourite settings for
a particular transcoding task, save it as a profile. Then, whenever you
loaded the profile, you can simply drag tracks into the tasklist and transcode them.
- Task lists including all settings can be saved for later use.
- Audio downmixing and resampling support
- Simple framerate converter (works by droppping/repeating pictures).
- Support for nonconstant framerates and nonsquare pixels.
- You can drag files, URLs or tracks from the
gmerlin player, filenamagers or webbrowsers into the task list.
- All streams of the source go either into one file or into separate files. Unneeded streams
can be disabled.
- Text subtitles can be exported in various formats or converted to graphic subtitles.
- Graphic subtitles can be blended onto video streams or exported separately.
- Encoded files can further be postprocessed.
- Support for 2-Pass transcoding
- Support audio volume normalization.
- Automatic channel reordering when transcoding multichannel audio streams.
- Support for audio- and video filters.
Output formats cover a wide range from highly compressed consumer formats
to uncompressed formats for later editing. Since it reads and writes fairly
compatible Quicktime files, it can be used in conjunction with
video editors like cinelerra or
For a full list of supported output formats, see the sections about
text- and overlay subtitle encoders and Audio/Video encoders.