HEVC was developed with the goal of providing twice the compression efficiency of the previous standard, H.264 / AVC. Although compression efficiency results vary depending on the type of content and the encoder settings, at typical consumer video distribution bit rates HEVC is typically able to compress video twice as efficiently as AVC. End-users can take advantage of improved compression efficiency in one of two ways (or some combination of both);
IFME helps you to organized, manage queue, manage plugins, and choose compiled x265 and more! Support AviSynth natively with build-in awesome library like InterFrame & Script Editor
- 32bit & 64bit available
- Guided Queue
- Add or Remove audio stream
- Add or Remove subtitles
- Add or Remove fonts
- AviSynth Support
- Plugins Support
- Extension Support
- GUI-CLI Hybrid
Easy to use. Encode my videos to mp4 or mkv with HEVC x265 which usually means 20-50% file size decrease while i can not recognize video quality change. SW is crashing sometimes (Net framework error), but i treat it as minor issue. Overal great SW and very helppfull.
I was pleasantly surprised, it looks very good
Internet Friendly Media Encoder v6.1 has some issues that need to be fixed. It happens sometimes. When a video has started encoding on IFME, the software shows that it is encoding the video. After a long wait, the encoding is finished and I check the output folder but there's nothing there!! I checked if the file got hidden somehow but still nothing. This problem doesn't occur with warning. So there's no gurantee that my 6-16 hours of encoding will have a result in the end. Like I said, this bug doesn't show always but sometimes. So a user can't encode a large video with this uncertainty. I hope you will look at this bug and fix it 'cause this bug really needs fixing.
Extremely easy to use & output files are excellent.
Very easy to use and good output quality