MediaCoder 2011 R10 5200

MediaCoder is a free universal media transcoder since 2005. It integrates most popular audio/video codecs and tools in an elegant and transparent manner into an all-in-one transcoding solution. With a flexible and extendable architecture, latest codecs and tools are updated added in constantly. MediaCoder intends to be the swiss army knife for media transcoding in all time.

Features In Brief:

  • Converting between most popular audio and video formats
  • Multi-threaded transcoding and job-level parallelization
  • Transcoding with high performance and high quality
  • Flexible control over transcoding parameters
  • Simplified UI for popular mobile devices (PSP, iPhone/iPod etc)
  • Fully standalone, no dependancy on system codecs/splitters
  • Hardware encoding acceleration (nVidia CUDA & Intel Media SDK)

Typical Applications

  • Improving compression / reducing size for audio/video files
  • Converting media content for playback on multimedia devices
  • Converting media content for online publication or broadcasting
  • Extracting audio track from video files
  • Ripping audio/video discs
  • Fixing corrupted or partial downloaded video files

Download: MediaCoder 2011 R10 5200 | ~30 MB (Freeware)
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View: Release Notes
Link: Home Page | Official Forum

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Since I've discovered FormatFactory there has been no use for this to me anymore. Anyways, thanks for the update.

There's no spyware. MediaCoder comes bundled with OpenCandy (a plug-in that developers include in their software to earn money by showing recommendations for other software in their installers) and you CAN DESELECT that, nobody force you to install it.

http://i.imgur.com/9K0LM.png

Copernic said,
There's no spyware. MediaCoder comes bundled with OpenCandy (a plug-in that developers include in their software to earn money by showing recommendations for other software in their installers) and you CAN DESELECT that, nobody force you to install it.

You can't skip installing OpenCandy which is still regarded as spyware by NOD32 and MSE...
http://i.imgur.com/9K0LM.png