The output is available in the following formats: AVI, DIVX and XVID.
This application has some powerful tools working for it: VirtualDubMod, AviSynth
and AviSynth Filters, DGMPGDec
Additionally, it supports external (vobsub) or internal (burnt-in) subtitles, HDTV input/output resolutions of up to 1920x and frame rates (50/60fps). AutoGK also has an automatic deinterlacer and IVTC and it automatically splits into CD-sized chunks both videos and subtitles.
The input audio tracks that AutoGK supports are AC3, DTS, PCM, MPA and the input source is detected automatically.
The good thing about AutoGK is that you can use it even if you are a beginner. Conversion is not an operation which can only be performed by experts.
The interface is intuitive and easy to use and the application takes care of almost any aspect of conversion, without limiting your options. For instance, you can choose a predefined size, so your video fits perfectly on a CD or DVD, or you can manually specify the size and the quality of the output.
You can also modify other parameters, such as resolution width, codec, audio type, subtitle options etc.
Installing, updating and uninstalling are easy, too. You can update the program without needing to uninstall older versions and there is no trick you need to know in order to deploy AutoGK to your computer.
AutoGK is an excellent choice for any average user who wants to learn how to rip DVDs because it’s so easy to use. Even after you get used to it, there are still many other advanced options to keep you focused on this powerful software tool.
The input types accepted by AutoGK are DVD, HDTV, Mpeg2, DVB captures and transport streams sources.