Would like to be able to output to different formats using different codecs. AVI, H.264, DIVX, etc...
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This is a massive undertaking the way the situation is right now. It seems to me that the Java Media Framework is completely unsupported, and that I would have to invest a serius amount of time into this in order to get it working. I have tried and failed. The only thing I was able to produce that actually worked, apart from .mov files, were really big .avi files (DVD-sized video or even bigger, with the exact same quality as the smaller .mov file.
If someone knows a way to make this work in a good way, any help is appreciated. If someone can just point me in the direction of any codecs that actually work, apart from the one's I use, I would be very grateful.
Until then, the films can be re-coded into many different formats using different currently available video tools such as RAD video tools, VirtualDub, and probably even VideoLAN VLC (VirtualDub does not currently take the files produced by KRUT directly as input, but if you have already converted your file into e.g. .avi, VirtualDub can be used to re-compress your file).