FRONTEND for mencoder for Windows and Linux. Convert rmvb,avi,mp4,wmv, ogv, mkv, mov, mpg, vob,ogv, ogg, ogm etc To avi (divx5), xvid, dvd iso, h264 in a simple way. Required java runtime 6 and over. (On Linux is required mencoder, dvdauthor and mkisofs)
- Convert rmvb,mp4,avi,mpg,wmv,ogv, ogg, ogm, mkv, vob to avi(divx5),xvid, dvd iso image,h264
- Convert any to DVD ISO Image. Create 5 min chapters automatically.
- Volume Normalize as an user option.
- Manipulate audio rate, video rate and frame rate.
- Pause and Stop Function
- Multiples Files for Input
This converter requires Java runtime and it is big disadvantage especially for newbies. So I use FFMPEG Windows 1 Click (Intel-compiled) that is also free and open source but has no additional dependencies. You can google it or search here. That converter can automatically enhance video luminosity and loudness and produces high quality mp4 files.
You may also try Avdshare Video Converter which can Convert VOB to mp4 and other popular video formats to expand the usage of VOB further, like converting VOB to AVI, VOB to WMV, VOB to FLV, VOB to MOV, VOB to WebM, VOB to 3GP,etc.
Simple is Great! :D 1.Download 2.Un-zip 3.Click "SimpleVideoConverter.jar" Must have free Java installed and running.
This is fantastic. If you're running Windows, you have to have Java installed and updated (which you probably do.) The .jar file is an executable, so you should be able to just click on it and it will start. To those who gave this one star - it's YOUR fault because you don't know what you're doing and are too darn lazy to find out.
Insufficient documentation for install. I tried on Linux Mint Debian Edition, typed the Java command line, selected an input file and output parameters, hit "convert," it instantly said "complete." No output file,no conversion, no error messages. I went back and did apt-get for the listed packages, to be sure they were in my system. One was not available, but listed a replacement, which I then loaded. No change in results. I tried loading in Windows XP, but there was no install program, no useful help, and attempting to run the individual EXE's just gave error messages that some DLL was not loaded. This might be great for programmers and savants, but not for users.