- google free video editor
- best video editing programs, commercial and free. note that LightWorks is no longer available - the product should be purchased - product never got off the ground because nobody bought it and it's cinema quality - see their current product EditShare
what MediaCoder does not do
MediaCoder does not work with DRM'd content. remove the DRM first.
Video Conversion with MediaCoder
it's not simple. there will be a lot of trial and error getting your file conversion to work. and you may uncover some bugs in MediaCoder (like I did). MediaCoder is continually being updated and fixed.
MediaCoder can be an error-prone process, and daunting. MediaCoder is a complicated, not-easy, powerful, and flexible conversion program. but keep trying to do your task. you will get it eventually, and learn some things about mediacoder in the process.
General Complete name : C:\Documents and Settings\Jim\My Documents\My Videos\multnomah falls horsetail falls\DSCN0064-horsetail-fails-OR.AVI Format : AVI Format/Info : Audio Video Interleave File size : 120 MiB Duration : 1mn 57s Overall bit rate : 8 576 Kbps Video ID : 0 Format : M-JPEG Codec ID : MJPG Duration : 1mn 57s Bit rate : 8 507 Kbps Width : 640 pixels Height : 480 pixels Display aspect ratio : 4:3 Frame rate : 30.000 fps Resolution : 8 bits Scan type : Progressive Bits/(Pixel*Frame) : 0.923 Stream size : 119 MiB (99%) Audio Format : PCM Format settings, Endianness : Little Format settings, Sign : Unsigned Codec ID : 1 Codec ID/Hint : Microsoft Duration : 1mn 57s Bit rate mode : Constant Bit rate : 64.0 Kbps Channel(s) : 1 channel Sampling rate : 8 000 Hz Resolution : 8 bits Stream size : 921 KiB (1%) Interleave, duration : 999 ms (29.96 video frames) Interleave, preload duration : 1000 ms
enable video: on format:mpeg1,copy video=off mode:variable bitrate,50 source:MEncoder,autoselect off encoder:autoselect on
enable audio:on encoder:auto select=on format:mp2,copy audio=off source:waveform file,audo select=off resample:original,no up-sampling=off auto id:0,external file=off
ffmpeg tab: bitrate:128kbps
note that the input audio rate is 8000Hz PCM, which is 64kbps. in order to encode without errors, I had to choose 128Kbps.
container:mpeg1 multiplexer:auto select remuxer=off
resize:off frame rate:off effects: filter by source, live display=on aspect ratio:keep display ar
channels:original gain:off channel mapping:off normalize:disabled (mode1 is a good idea), delay 0, 0db
demux for audio/video source:off
mode:disabled id:0 font:Arial(TrueType) language:en Encoding:ANSI subtitle:(blank) *leave the rest as is*
transfer tags:on output file name formatting:off
keep intermediate script file:off avisynth source:avisource, use script template:(blank)
this is only used if you wish to serve up video.
listen address:local only a/v server:off
your mileage may vary!
the settings I listed above were for my Nikon P90 camera's video mode. it uses PCM audio in an AVI file format. you may have a DivX in an AVI file format for some cameras. so your mileage may vary, and you may have a different audio "in" format, so you will need to change the audio source settings.