Thursday, 3 January 2008


MediaCoder v0.6.0

free universal batch media converter. supporting multi-pal platforms (all-most all platforms) simple to use, free and open source application.

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Supported Fomats

* supported as input only

Perl Audio Converter (v.4.0)

fast but limited in terms on platfoms (only works on linux)


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  1. I've heard of a software called "ConvertHQ" (all in one word) which does similar all-in-one conversions. Except it actually makes MOV and RM files. cool cool

  2. I've used Media Coder before come to think of it, its not a very hot program, at least in my experience. Have you tried to encode any DVD's with it? If you have not, then give it a whirl and you'll see what I mean.

    At the moment the one I've had the most success with is DVD Decrypter and AutoGK, but the combo give you an AVI file. I'd like to encode to some universally standard format, hmm.. AGK does say it converts to Xvid/DivX but I haven't found out how to do it yet.

  3. here's a bunch of Windows based Open Source Software you'll just love, some of them you already know, others you may find useful, check out both pages and some of the other links.

    By the way they have a DVD Ripping program called Handbrake which I'm trying out at the moment, lets see what it does. You may need the latest Win .NET Framework for if you don't already have it, here's the MS link.