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
Definitely the best video encoder for Windows. It's awesome as a youtube-dl GUI as well.
It's free and open-source, + works better than any other converter I ever used. Awesome!
I had to convert some videos in the past to mp4 and relied on this software which did the job very well for my needs. I must confess I didn't find the interface that so easy to get to the combinations I was looking for, but I guess it's because I'm not that proficient in video and sound manipulation in spite of not being that kind of dummy user. Recently I needed to download an interview I had recorded in youtube using Google's Hangout On Air (very cool, by the way) but youtube only provides the download as an mp4. I needed an mp3 to manipulate in Audacity. And the softwares in my Windows 2008 only convert to m4a and wma (Microsoft always so incompatible with its users needs!). So I was back to sourceforge (in which I trust and have been counting on for years) and was pleasantly surprised by the new features the author, Ozok, has added in the recent upgrades: You can now download your videos from youtube and other hosts, amongst other good news. It took me a little while to get to the combinations leading me to extract the mp3 during the download operation, but it was very fast and again accomplished very well the task. I share the steps with the other users so that they can save a bit of time: 1. In the tab "Video Downloader" enable the "Convert downloaded videos" 2. In the "Video Codec" dropdown box, select "Video codec: NONE" This will enable the mp3 to be downloaded along with the mp4 too. It was very fast in my case. Another option is to download the mp4 first and then provide the settings I mentioned to get the mp3 file after clicking the "Encode" button from the "Video/Audio converter" tab. I love the portable version but have already used the version installable and none of them come with advertisements, try to change your browser toolbar, install plugins or other annoying stuff. It's stable and I guess it's very safe because I didn't notice any strange behaviors after testing in my testing environment, but I'm not that super user also. In the end, I would highly recommend this software and leave here my congratulations to Ozok by the great job and the persistence improving his tool day by day. Enjoy everyone!
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?