SUPER © 2012 Build 50

SUPER © is a multimedia encoder and a multimedia player, easy-to-use with 1 simple click. If you need a simple, yet very efficient tool to convert (encode) or play any Multimedia file, without reading manuals or spending long hours training, then SUPER is all you need. SUPER does NOT require any additional external codec to be installed, absolutely nothing. Necessary codecs are built in! SUPER can also play and save Internet Media Streams with different protocols ( mms:// rtsp:// http://) SUPER is totally FREE to download and to use. It plays & converts very fast full length movies to any other format without any time or function limitation. NO trial or evaluation version of SUPER but one unique fully working version.

What's new in this version:

  • [ADD] Android MP4 Output Container
  • [ADD] Blackberry MP4 Output Container
  • [ADD] Xbox MP4 Output Container
  • [ADD] GXF Output Container using Video Codecs DV (with profiles), M-JPEG, MPEG-I, MPEG-II)
  • [ADD] WTV Output Container
  • [ADD] RM & RA Output Containers using rv8, rv9, rv9 Video Codecs and AAC LC, AAC HE, Atrac3, Real Lossless and Cook Audio Codecs
  • [ADD] H.264 Video Codec to the MPG Output Container
  • [ADD] Dirac Video Codec to the TS|M2TS Output Container
  • [ADD] DTS (Digital Theater Systems) Audio Codec to the TS|M2TS Output Container
  • [ADD] Speex Audio Codec to the ASF, MKV, MOV, WMV Output Containers
  • [ADD] an option to embed MPlayer inside a window with various options
  • [ADD] an option to Drag & Drop a Folder to open its content recursively
  • [ADD] an option to Drag & Drop a playlist and open its content
  • [ADD] an option to Drag & Drop any file or to limit to ONLY supported file formats
  • [ADD] a very long list of newly implemented features

Note: SUPER © is bundled with "InstallMonetizer". However, you may continue the installation process without installing it.

Download: SUPER © 2012 Build 50 | 47.3 MB (Freeware)
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