TEncoder is a multithreaded video and audio converter that uses MEncoder, MPlayer and FFMpeg. It can download video/audio from video sites like youtube. I can also rip unprotected DVDs. It can convert almost every video and audio type to each other. Subtitles with same name as video can be hard-coded into video. Up to 8 simultaneous encoders can be run so encoding time decreases. You can select between multiple audio and subtitle tracks. Extracting video or audio content is possible. Edit subtitle and audio delays and part of video that will be encoded. Effects like deinterlacing or cropping can be applied to videos.
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- Supports almost all video formats
- Multithreading enables you to use all cores of your CPU
- Subtitles can be hard-coded into video
- Output video codecs are: Mpeg1, Mpeg2, Xvid, Mpeg4, H264, FLV, WMV, VP8
- Output audio codecs are: MP3, WAV, AAC, OGG Vorbis, AC3, Mp2, Speex, Opus
- Rip unprotected DVDs
- Download video from sites like YouTube.com
- Choose between FFMpeg and Mencoder as encoder
- Select between different audio and subtitle tracks for each file
- Skin support
- Do two passes to improve quality
- Pass custom commands to encoders
- Preview files before encoding
- Select between 840 device presets
- 64 bit support
- Watermark videos with image
- Dub videos with external audio files
- Create video using image and audio
2014-10-22 Like one guy, did not know it could Windows 7 32bit! Does not state Windows version requirement on Main Page! Shame! Downloads 64bit version... 32 bit under all files. 2014-10-22 After bugging out on 64bit version (shame again), found and gave the 32bit version a go; that hopefully will run! Added Star, it ran. 2014-10-23 Easy Install of 32bit version, program is fairly easy to use, and does so far... some what I expected. However, for some reason the layout doesn't feel intuitive. eg: Wanted to convert to .avi, so I drilled down encoders for .avi, and didn't find one. Found a profile(?) that said 'Odys_MP_X56_avi' and expected .avi for that; but, it used Xvid. Perhaps Xvid uses .avi, I personally don't know, so don't know what an Odys is, did recognize a lot of the profiles, I see where this could be useful for people who don't know anything about encoding... but, not intuitive for me. Opted for an X_Box format, so friend can view... we'll see. Might fail because I didn't format on XBox yet, if so that's Microsoft's shame when they can't even maintain compatibility within their own family. Added two stars for pretty much doing what I needed; but, there's something funky about the way it's laid out; we'll see as time goes by. It did complete the tasks requested, and my machine didn't go to sleep while it was running... almost tempted to give it a star just for that, even MS fails at that from time to time.
Thank you for the valuable converter and video utility. But I'm sorry, the main download offered doesn't reveal itself as 64 bit until the very very last moment. Could you please differentiate among every offered file what is 32 and what is 64 bit?