Apple TV, Apple iPhone, Apple iPod, BlackBerry (8xxx /9xxx Series), Google Nexus 4, Google Nexus 7, Microsoft X-Box 360, Microsoft Zune, Nokia E71, Nokia Lumia 920, Samsung Galaxy S2, Samsung Galaxy S3, Sony Playstation 3, Sony PSP, T-Mobile G1, Western Digital TV, Youtube HD and Zune.
This conversion tool uses open-source applications such as FFmpeg, Atomic Parsley and MP4Box from the GPAC Project.
EncodeHD is portable, which means you don’t have to install it to your computer. Just keep it in the desired location, including portable drives, and run it whenever it is necessary.
The input files supported by EncodeHD include AVI, ASF, M4V, FLV, MKV, MP4 and MOV.
Importing files is possible using two methods: the file browser and the drag and drop feature.
The output video is MPEG4 and H.264 with AAC or AC3 audio.
EncodeHD is easy to use by beginners due to its intuitive interface and it will attract the attention of power users, too.
Some of the advanced options available are streaming copying modes and determining the application to split videos automatically if the size exceeds 4 GB. Moreover, EncodeHD can write FFmpeg flags.
EncodeHD functions flawlessly, it needs a low amount of system resources to work, the response time is fast and the output has a high image and sound quality.
By using this conversion tool, you will avoid compatibility issues and your favorite videos will be ready for playback on any portable device without you having any trouble converting files to the suitable format.