Its interface is basic and intuitive and any beginner can use this application trouble-free as each setting comes with a description.
Various compression levels are supported, from lossless to lossy, and video quality ranges from very high to good. If you use the lossless compression mode, you will not sense any difference between the original and the output files.
The last version of the Toponoky codec was 1.0 beta, released in 2007. The supported input format for this codec is RGB32 and there are three compression modes: high, medium and low quality.
Although outdated, Toponoky can still be helpful for a wide category of users running older Windows versions. This simple and easy to use tool provides you with some basic video compression tools that anyone can handle.
Toponoky can be used with a variety of video editing programs such as VirtualDub and Adobe Premiere.