It can be considered as one of the most comprehensive ISO MPEG-4 solutions.
The formats supported by MeGUI are the following: MPEG-4 ASP (XviD), MPEG-4 AVC (x264), AAC, MP2, MP3, FLAC
, Ogg Vorbis
, AC3 audio and various common containers (MP4, MKV, AVI, M2TS).
This software tool also supports the open source wavelet based Snow codec.
The encoders featured by MeGUI are mencoder, x264.exe
& Nero AAC encoder
and mp4box, for muxing.
MeGUI runs on Windows Me, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows Vista. It requires the .NET framework.
MeGUI is easy to work with and any standard user will learn how to handle it in no time.
There are many how to use guides for this conversion tool online and the application is being constantly updated.
The guides show you how to convert various multimedia formats to H.264 using MeGUI, how to convert DVD to XviD, how to prepare a DVD for editing in a NLE or how to reencode and shrink HD anime with MeGUI.
The latest versions of MeGUI feature changes such as:
- [Aften Encoder] The Aften AC-3 encoder has been removed. Please switch to FFmpeg AC-3.
- [DGAVCIndex Indexer] DGAVCIndexer has been removed. Please use another indexer.
- [DGIndexIM Indexer] DGIndexIM has been added. It is disabled by default and has to be enabled in the settings. The new default indexer order is: DGIndexNV, DGIndexIM, DGIndex, L-SMASH, FFMS
- [Main] .NET 4.0 is now required for MeGUI
- [Main] The support for Windows XP has been dropped
- [x265 Encoder] Added n-pass support
- [Xvid Encoder] Added support for Xvid 1.3. An additional automated step is required as the output file must be prepared with FFmpeg.
If you want to use MeGUI, you need to have installed to your computer Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0
Once you have all these tools on your computer, you can enjoy the powerful features of MeGUI and perform transcoding.
A frontend for a variety of tools, it also contains utilities which optimize the conversion process.
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