Have you ever wondered how overloaded are modern video converters? Usually developers try to "fit" as many functions and settings as possible into their program. As a result, the user gets a tool, which is not easy to deal with for a beginner.
VidCoder differs favorably from such applications. To start working with the program, you just need to run the executable file and add the necessary video. This can be done either by using the file browser or by simply dragging and dropping to a specific area of the VidCoder window. If you want to rip from DVD or Blue-Ray disc, use the appropriate button. In the main window you can also select a folder for the original video and specify some settings. At the bottom of the window you'll find the conversion queue.
Before starting the conversion, you can use the preview to evaluate the image quality of the source file. Despite the fact that VidCoder is positioned first of all as an easy-to-use converter, the program settings window will not leave indifferent even experienced users. In general, the program has all the functions that an ordinary converter needs. VidCoder is distributed free of charge and has a very simple interface.
- the possibility of multithreaded encoding;
- support for MP4 and MKV containers;
- the ability to select video bitrate, resolution and number of frames per second;
- the ability to encode in multiple passages;
- batch coding;
- there is a function of previewing the video before encoding starts;
- A convenient and easy to use tool for ripping DVDs and Blue-Ray discs;
- you can suspend and resume encoding at any time.