video and music file conversions
Posted 27 July 2009 - 07:44 PM
that can perform universal music & video file conversion ex. .flv to .avi or .flv to .mp3 or .ogg to .mp3 or .avi to .divx
speaking of which, what about the best recommended & tested universal player that can be freely be downloaded that I can watch & listen to.
Posted 27 July 2009 - 07:58 PM
I noticed while downloading an anime episode - its in Animation Shop 2 Animation
it takes very long time say 2hrs just to download a single anime episode under 400MB.
I tried looking for an Animation Shop 2 player online - it doesnt exist.
But on my PC its automatically converted to Windows Media file.
Is there a way to convert Animation Shop 2 Animation file to say Windows Media file & be able to download the file more quickly
if the file is in .flv - it downloads quickly
if the file is in .avi such as K-On! - it downloads in about 30 min depend on network traffic
on my PC its automatically converted to .divx file
Posted 27 July 2009 - 09:13 PM
For players please for the love of all things holy stay away from VLC. It may not require you to install codecs and all that other stuff but it has faults especially when soft subtitles are involved.
Players I like and recommend are Media Player Classic, MPlayer and well that's about the only ones I would trust. For codec packs try and stay away from the K-Lite and it's derivatives. They have multiple copies of codecs and overlapping codecs which aren't needed and can slow down you media player. CCCP however is pretty good.
For video converters there is Handbrake (supports almost any input file but has limited output types), Mediacoder (you need to know a lot about containers, codecs and bitrate to get it to work well) and of course the commercial ones such as Recode, Xilisoft and probably many others. I've used all of the ones mentioned and it really just matters what you want.
Posted 28 January 2010 - 01:19 PM
This program has an advanced functionality to create video with watermarks, good video montage facilities, well thought-out mechanism to work with a lot number of files at once. The program also can create HTML templates for publishing video in the Internet. So far this is the application number one for my tasks!
Posted 28 January 2010 - 03:16 PM
As far as players go, I use Winamp 5.x for music because I like the equalizer, MediaPlayer Classic Homecinema for video and some DVD; I also use InterVideo WinDVD for DVD and BD, but this one isn't free (though it came bundled w/ my laptop).
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