thanks for the update beta 3642 works great with smooth video player 3.17 & madvr.
The only advantage over popular FLAC that MAC files are
~2% smaller in side.
And there's a cost: MAC is very slow and less supported.
If you need small size no matter of speed, use OptimFrog which is also less supported by soft/hardware.
Thank you, oh great Lord Mulder, for Opus updates.
Please continue your good work.
Please don't compress files with UPX, use 7z solid archiving instead.
Please make Linux x64 builds if possible.
VirtualDub2 is a must-have. The main features are:
1. extract single or sequence of images from video.
2. encode video from any format to neraly any format.
3. deinterlace DVD video from 29.97i into 59.94p.
4. many other.
This is superb....thanks made my day complete.
LAME3.100 is the best MP3 encoder for trimming or converting audio files to MP3 format @ 128 KBPS CBR.
Thanks for the support guys, much appreciated.
VLC player is the best player in my opinion.
It is capable of playing offline as well as online streaming video. It even records videos. It can record your activities on the computer.
nice product, well developed.
This app is really cool but , Kodi is one of the best live streaming apps around.
Much better than Plex of Netflix, i have been using Kodi for years now and i don't think about replacement, i suggest you to give it a try you'll forget about Plex or Netflix, i visited a site yesterday it has explained all the installation and updation process of kodi.
well i was testing this out and i found this very cool glitch (i think it's a glitch)
using a dual monitor 17 inch and 40 inch lcd
primary is 17 inch open vdud drag to my 40 inch lcd
open file for testing all good now the neat thing, i
doulbled clicked on the open file it launched on my 17
inch at full screen (neat full screen editing)
to get back image on dub just double click on image
i hope this makes some sense tried to explain best i know
happy editing memex ._. :)
One of the best, if not the best UI I ever used for ffmpeg. Awesome support too.
Very highly recommended when you need a pro level media handler.
great thank you very much for the free download, its really nice.
I've always liked MPC but this will not run on XP 32 bit.
it's 168 hours trial version!
You guys are the best. Thank you for your hard work.
I like a lot, makes cutting x264 & x265 files simple as pie, using the export stream copy. (SWEET)
nice work indeed!
Roughly put, Xmedia Recode is your 'Handbrake+' solution. Unlike the very popular Handbrake video recoding tool, Xmedia Recode also has a video passthrough (aka. video remuxing or rewrapping) option. Some other nice bonus features are:
- Simple chapter editing
- Simple metadata editing
- Simple visual timeline editor for trimming/cutting out parts
- Extensive output format support
Xmedia is Windows only. Other OS users, who are afraid of ffmpeg's command line interface, can use an equally powerful free GUI tool like Hybrid (www.selur.de), if they wish to remux use other features that Handbrake doesn't offer.
Soo slow installing,but isn't so bad its okay!
tested on smooth video_project 4.1 pro works AWSOME
I Tested it with some 720p rips. it brought wonderland
the new series to life :)
just overwrite files in svp folder
SVP project is awesome. once you get it to work (learning curve)
DivX at one time was a great 'codec' and I loved it using Dr.DivX to convert files into DivX Home Theater files. I purchased DivX starting at version 4 and continued to upgrade from there.
DivX 6 was great with Dr DivX 2.0 converter. However, DivX network ended Dr DivX (and later ended support for Dr DivX 2.0) while pushing their crappy DivX Converter that did little to nothing. The Dr. allowed for 'one click' DivX conversion to 'limit the file size'. Even though the DivX Converter claims it will, it will not. I've sent at least 4 complaints about this and they have never fixed that issue. Why? Probably because h264 is better than the DivX codec. However, not everyone needs, or even cares for HD 1080, or UHD 4k video.
All I want is to create DivX files that are DivX Home Theater compliant, burn them to a 'single 700MB CD' like I could easily do with a 'single click' in Dr DivX and play them in my stand alone DivX Home Theater Certified DVD Player. Lastly why do they continue to call it DivX when they removed the DivX codec from DivX?
If the file is not being encoded using DivX codec, but rather h264, Xvid, or some other codec, then it cannot be a DivX file.
I would not recommend DivX 10 to anyone.
very nice - I use it with virtual dub, it works great a nice add on also u can use x264vfw with dub.
Do not buy it as when the newest Windows 10 came in, it stopped working and cannot get past the no copy code and no one to assist you to get it fixed.
I loved and now think they are no longer a good program to use.
I used to recommend it to many that bought it so I now apologize for how they are now that I could not anticipate.
I used it for years and now it is a dead program on my computer
on 07 January 2018, reviewed by: David rathan
I bought Nero 2017. It promised 4K. It did not work. O got a refund. I figured they fixed the problem. I bought Nero 2018. Same problem.
I would not burn a regular DVD. I tried in Blu-ray. It worked but the disc would not play in my Blu-rays player. WFT.
not as fast as MPC when open a video.
This is a crippled limited program which requires something else to be added.
Freemake say this program is "No limitations". BS
ANOTHER GREAT FREE VIDEO PROGRAM
THERE IS A LEARNING CURVE, IF YOU'RE NEW TO EDITING
THE GPU EXPERIMENTAL IS A NICE TOUCH
LOTS OF PRESETS TO CHOOSE FROM
HEY PEEPS ALL I WANT FOR XMAS IS AN EASY TO USE RENDER FARM
I used it to correct my pictures. Thanks.
The LAV Filter 0.70.2-82 caused TS-doctor and dvb-viewer errors.
LAV Filter 0.70.2-80 was much better. Online for a long time. I never had problems. Therefore downgraded to version 80.
GREAT FOR Youtube. CAN HANDLE 25 FILES WITH FREEWARE VERSION.
PAID VERSION I TESTED IT WITH A 200 EPISODE LOAD, NO PROBLEM.
THIS IS JUST THE BEST ENCODER - I'VE TRIED ADOBE 2018 ENCODER $ MANY MORE, HANDBRAKE IS A NO FRILLS PRODUCT & PRODUCES AN AMAZING QUALITY VIDEO - FOR FREE. THANKS A MILLION GUYS.
got a Blue Screen of Death! (opusenc.sse2.exe)
I cannot get to work with WMP X64 bit Windows playing .avi. does nothing.please help!
Every next version of the program is getting slower.
This company only wants to earn as much as selling the registration keys. Actually this program is very weak.
It's multi-core programs offering much faster conversion. This program is a big nuts.
it doesn't "togge" wv, ape, opus files.
255 MB installation and awful interface.
With video mode when I resize the video not fit to player. Like I crop screen hehehe. How to fix that?
Maurice, simply shut f**kin' off those XP rudiments. Stuff work glade and hidden on the actual system.
For my purposes, SMplayer is the greatest player on the market. And when I say for my purposes, I am specifically talking about its resume play feature. 'RESUME PLAY' is the ability to stop a video and then restart it at a later time and have it pick up where it left off as opposed to the video starting over at the beginning and having to search for the point where it had previously stopped.
I have been using SMplayer now for several years. Prior to SMplayer I had been using the VLC player.
VLC has always been and I'm sure will always be a great player but until recently it lacked this feature and even though VLC has recently incorporated this feature into their player (after a fashion) in the VLC player it is awkward and a hassle to use.
With VLC you have to go through multiple steps to get to resume play (which kind of defeats the whole purpose). With SMplayer it is the automatic and default setting. With SMplayer if you stop the video now and then come back five minutes later or five months later it will still automatically resume at the point where you left off with just a standard double click. It doesn't matter if you have started and stopped 20 other shows. SMplayer will still remember and resume play where you left off on every one of them.
In its earlier years, there were some occasional playback issues on some videos, but I have not had that problem for a long time now. SMplayer has got to be the most underrated unsung hero of the computer video player world.
I will always like VLC but I LOVE SMPLAYER!
nice, i think it must be very useful to me.