MeGUI is the most comprehensive GUI based ISO MPEG-4 solution. It suports MPEG-4 ASP (xvid), MPEG-4 AVC (x264), AAC, MP2, MP3, Flac, Vorbis, AC3 audio and various common containers support (MP4, MKV, AVI, M2TS).
- Easy to Use and Fully Customizable to Your Business
- Relational Customer Database and Best in Class SLAs
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I have nvidia GTX 570 graphics card. but it is not use in video encoding and processing pls configure GPU Acceleration option in encoding and processing
First of all, i wanna say that i feel bad every time someone says a bad review or give bad rating for this awesome application, probably they are just novice in using this one. not to mention, megui isnt really a child play software with a direct to the point function since this is an advance encoder. even at first hear of this software, i wasnt able to figure out how to use it. i havent seen or used a software in my entire life that can match meGUIs quality output in terms of size. as i get use to this software, i do everything in profiles, i just select profile and everything is ready for encode. its very awesome software, its a powerful media encoder too. Im loving the pop info, hope there could be more info on one click encoder. Whats puzzling to me now is where i could find the track name that appears in one click encoder if i set the subtitle to force. Im loving it actually because thats the track name i want to input but i dont know how i did it or i forgot where i accidentally inputed that value. Anyways, very nice software, you would love it and tthe more you get to know how to adjust the encoding settings for better quality with respect with size, the more you're gonna get excited using the software. Im only wishing that there could be more languages selection added for the audio track. Thank you for all the hard work developers.
A essential media manipulator. This should have been ported to linux a LONG time ago, work on that.
need a x32 bit .., is available ??? please...
I'm using MeGUI to overlay my subtitles on mkv videos (that also have embedded default subtitles). I read the video source with DirectShowSource command, then TextSub my srt file on the video. The problem is that the output video has two subtitles, mine over the default one. Is there a command to ignore the default embedded subtitles for my case?