Best Media Encoder Software without losing its Quality!


#1

What is the Best Media Encoder Software without losing its Quality!


#2

Adobe Media Encoder


#3
miseld said

Adobe Media Encoder

But it is not possible to export 1920x1080 resolution in avi format!


#4

Use H264 codec to export in mp4 format. Avi is old school :slight_smile: I even don’t remember when used .avi files in mograph last time…


#5
miseld said

Adobe Media Encoder

+1


#6

hello shyamalborsaikia,

in the past i’ve used the canoupus procoder. it is perfect for many formats but it is expensive.
a good alternative is the mpeg streamclip and the xilisoft video converter. both are free.

hope this helps :slight_smile:


#7

.avi’s hah… thats funny.

Adobe Media Encoder ftw

quicktime pro 7.0 for other stuff sometimes. I am pretty sure you can get a .avi converting extension for quicktime pro 7.0


#8

The best encoding software I have ever seen is " Rhozet Carbon Coder"
http://www.rhozet.com/

Very, very expensive for stand alone freelancer but for a motion agency it could be very useful


#9
Darkpulse said

The best encoding software I have ever seen is " Rhozet Carbon Coder"
http://www.rhozet.com/

Very, very expensive for stand alone freelancer but for a motion agency it could be very useful

Check This :smiley: i use it on my job.


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Procoder is the Rozhet 's forefather…
Personally I’ve used Rozhet as an encoding farm and it’s sick ! (12 x Rhozet transcoder farm :nerdy: )


#11

Yeah… $6k’s a little off the scale for a media encoder IMHO. You can buy a high-end compositor and 3D software for that (almost).

I guess if you’re charging early 1990s prices to your clients to do media encoding on a grand scale, then woohoo - Rhozet here we come! My clients generally expect it to be thrown in for free and many of the smaller shops I know have to agonise about where to save on their core software to get by.