TEncoder is a multithreaded video and audio converter that uses MEncoder, MPlayer and FFMpeg.
It can download video/audio from video sites like youtube.
It 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.
- 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, x265
- 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
I've just started with this converter and so far it seems ok.
A good converter with a lot of features, but its user interface seems to be complicated. If you don't need DVD rip, consider FFMPEG Windows 1 Click Intel (google it or search here). It converts video in any format to basic mp4 h264 that can be played by any browser, computer or mobile. Also it enhances video's brightness and loudness automatically without settings to learn.
Very well done converter, If just could accurately split and join clips of all supported formats in a lossless way (direct copy) it would be perfect.
A DVD ripper has been added to the TEncoder, so today I tested this function by having it to rip an old DVD that employs the CSS protection. At the beginning, TEncoder successfully read the DVD info including titles, chapters, audio tracks, and subtitles, so I thought TEncoder could do the conversion. I was wrong! When I clicked on the “Start” button under the “DVD Jobs” tab, TEncoder told me it failed to rip the DVD.