If you need a free way to code and convert your videos, Avidemux is a simple but effective application.
Avidemux is a free video editor designed for simple, easy-to-use, filtering and encoding. It has flexible files that support AVI, MPEG, MP4 and ASF files included with DVDs, using different codecs. This means that nothing around it has become a DV format before it can be edited by third-party publishing application. Work activities may be createdTo be used by projects, employment queues and scripting capabilities.
Avidemux is an open source and works on platforms, in a perfect way for those who work on Mac and PC. However, the look of Avidemux can do some work. The application launches some type of Windows 95, but does not condemn this book. Avidemux is powerful and not particularly intuitive. Start with a trial and an error you can learn the basics quickly.
Remember, although I claim to keepMPEG clips, I face an error, which means that it must act “safely” and result in the loss of several frames.
It is far from perfect, but Avidemux is a useful tool for anyone who wants to make a grantee for free and it is not easy to convert to another format.
The coding AC3 and MP2 (return shipping) restored
Additional support for the last core of x264
Better compatible with some FLV files
Arrange libraries (version)
Dragging and dropping no longerMake a block source application for the Qt interface
Windows XP 32-bit stability problems have been resolved (shipments sent)
The taskbar of Windows 7 now encoding sampling
Best report on Windows reports about Win64 in particular
Forming corrections for OS X Snow Leopard and Lion (thanks to nibbles)
Miscellaneous improvements Small improvements
Avidemux supports the following formats
AVI, MJPEG, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, NuppelVideo, H263 +, MOV, 3GP, OggVorbis, DivX, Xvid, VP3, Huffyuv, wmv2, H263, MSMP4V2, SVQ3, raw, RGB, DV, MP2, MP3, AC3, WMA, MP4, PCM