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Recommend me a AVI to MP4 convertor
ElDubya
Brisbane, Queensland
590 posts
What does everyone else use for converting AVI to MP4. Preferably a free one with no watermark feature and no limit of file size to convert.

Taa.
07:35am 16/04/13 Permalink
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Tollaz0r!
Brisbane, Queensland
13539 posts
AVI is a container. What is the video codec used in your AVI?

MP4, is that to be a h.264? (what you normally find in MKV containers)

Handbreak may be your easiest/best option. Great program.
07:40am 16/04/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
35521 posts
why are you converting medias?
07:44am 16/04/13 Permalink
trog
AGN Admin
Brisbane, Queensland
36886 posts
07:59am 16/04/13 Permalink
ElDubya
Brisbane, Queensland
591 posts
I am recording gameplay using DX Tory and want to upload footage to You Tube. 10mins of gameplay is a HUGE filesize, therefore I want to convert it MP4 to upload it.
08:11am 16/04/13 Permalink
trog
AGN Admin
Brisbane, Queensland
36887 posts
If only the taxpayers of Australia would stop being such pussies and pony up with the cash so you can get on with that important task!! :)

Handbrake is what you want; it is probably the easiest and best thing. If they're AVIs and you want to edit them before uploading, you could also use VirtualDub (which offers some v. basic editing features) and then encode to Xvid - if you're trying to do HD content though you're probably better off with Handbrake.
08:16am 16/04/13 Permalink
Jboy
Other International
22 posts
Freemake Video Converter

http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter/

I've been using this to convert a few video files myself, works really well and has a clean interface.
08:16am 16/04/13 Permalink
cJay
Brisbane, Queensland
1337 posts
+ one for Handbrake!
08:24am 16/04/13 Permalink
trog
AGN Admin
Brisbane, Queensland
36888 posts
Freemake was on the ffmpeg Hall of Shame (Wikipedia source, the actual Hall of Shame is offline at the moment for some reason).

This generally means that they are violating the conditions of the ffmpeg license - doing something like selling the software or making it available without conforming to the license conditions, probably by not releasing source code or something like that.

This might sound like no big deal but you should try to avoid using software that violates licenses because otherwise you're nothing more than a PIRATE!

Handbrake will almost certainly do exactly what you want and is open source and thus ffmpeg license compliant.
08:25am 16/04/13 Permalink
Raven
Melbourne, Victoria
7831 posts
What trog said: Handbrake.
08:31am 16/04/13 Permalink
ElDubya
Brisbane, Queensland
592 posts
Does Hand Brake support two channels of audio? I have one audio channel being gameplay audio and another being audio from my mic. I can't seem to get both of them in the final converted video?
08:32am 16/04/13 Permalink
cJay
Brisbane, Queensland
1338 posts
Dude I think you are perhaps confused with Video editing and format converting.
Just use Windows movie maker or something to do the dubbing and then handbrake to convert.
08:37am 16/04/13 Permalink
ElDubya
Brisbane, Queensland
593 posts
Ahhh, that's where I was going wrong :)

Cheers
08:42am 16/04/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
35524 posts
yer, use windows movie maker and upload straight to youtube, so much easier.
09:17am 16/04/13 Permalink
Whoop
Brisbane, Queensland
21711 posts
Virtualdub?
05:30pm 16/04/13 Permalink
shad
Brisbane, Queensland
3931 posts
Wouldn't mind converting a lot of my avi's to mp4's so I can normalise the sound with my3gain.
05:34pm 16/04/13 Permalink
Spook
Brisbane, Queensland
35530 posts
wow, what a pain in the ass!
07:24pm 16/04/13 Permalink
Zoidberg
Brisbane, Queensland
100 posts
format factory - http://www.pcfreetime.com/

will convert formats - does anything to anything.. hell it even does mkv's to avi with 1 click everything else seams to need multiple programs and steps for that

can de mux and splice in multiple audio tracks as well

pretty fast does a regular 500mb mp4 to avi 40min show in about 6 mins

I dont even bother with handbrake and virtualdub anymore
08:07pm 16/04/13 Permalink
crazymorton
Brisbane, Queensland
4063 posts
What ^ said. Format factory kills the rest.
08:12pm 16/04/13 Permalink
Jboy
Other International
23 posts
Freemake was on the ffmpeg Hall of Shame (Wikipedia source, the actual Hall of Shame is offline at the moment for some reason). This generally means that they are violating the conditions of the ffmpeg license - doing something like selling the software or making it available without conforming to the license conditions, probably by not releasing source code or something like that. This might sound like no big deal but you should try to avoid using software that violates licenses because otherwise you're nothing more than a PIRATE! Handbrake will almost certainly do exactly what you want and is open source and thus ffmpeg license compliant.


I didn't know that one, thanks for the heads up. In that case I agree with you on going with Handbrake.
08:52pm 16/04/13 Permalink
Rdizz
Germany
2390 posts
sony vegas 12.
09:03pm 16/04/13 Permalink
Rdizz
Germany
2391 posts
i made these with fraps and vegas..





09:07pm 16/04/13 Permalink
pARODY
Brisbane, Queensland
1151 posts
VLC can do encoding now to save a file as mp4 if you want.
02:08am 17/04/13 Permalink
cJay
Brisbane, Queensland
1340 posts
TR Scum did you enjoy your butt raping last night? nice moofies though.

Oh wait you play on Ceres? Why not play on BRIGGS Rdizz?
08:26am 17/04/13 Permalink
james
Davenport, Tasmania
1 posts
Try the following page
http://www.appgeeker.com/how-to/convert-avi-to-mp4-mac.html
The program converts files to a whole bunch of format options.
It takes advantage of the container thing and so is very fast for converting.
10:21pm 30/07/13 Permalink
Jerry
Queensland
4342 posts
ive been using Xilisoft Video Converter Ultimate as it has support for multi-core + CUDA for faster conversions

however for mp4, camtasia studio can also do it fairly quickly with good compression
10:42pm 30/07/13 Permalink
cicala
Melbourne, Victoria
3 posts
VidCoder http://vidcoder.codeplex.com/

Thank me later.
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qmass
Queensland
10690 posts
premiere pro



its as dumb as recommending fraps and Vegas to someone asking for a free program with no watermark.
02:50pm 13/01/14 Permalink
eski
Perth, Western Australia
1879 posts
mediacoder

Pretty much does everything as far as transcoding goes.
03:04pm 13/01/14 Permalink
strelokgunslinger
Melbourne, Victoria
2 posts
Vidcoder

VidCoder is a DVD/Blu-ray ripping and video transcoding application for Windows. It uses HandBrake as its encoding engine.

Handbrake was made for Machintosh, if you are a PC user, do the right thing and use this

http://download-codeplex.sec.s-msft.com/Download?ProjectName=vidcoder&DownloadId=681487http://vidcoder.codeplex.com/
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