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  1. HandyPAF

    Tricycle 2.4.3 (x64)

    Video transcoding... easier than riding a bike. ------------------------------ Tricycle is an open-source video transcoder. It takes the guesswork out of converting videos by using layman's terms and providing a reasonable default configuration. Tricycle is powered by other open-source projects such as FFmpeg, x264, and x265. Features: Reads/decodes most video and audio formats Writes/encodes to the following formats Container formats: MP4 MKV Video formats: AVC (H.264) HEVC (H.265) Audio formats: AAC Dolby Digital (AC-3) Dolby TrueHD (copy/passthru to MKV only) DTS (copy/passthru only) DTS Master Audio (copy/passthru to MKV only) Supports 4K resolution and HDR (HDR10) Tonemaps HDR to SDR Scales video to standard resolutions Detects and crops black bars Crops to a selected aspect ratio Reduces noise in video Overlays subtitles (all or forced only) Supports mutliple audio tracks in mono, stereo, 5.1 surround, or 7.1 surround (copy/passthru to MKV only) ====================================================================== Changelog: All Platforms Fixed a bug that prevented transcodes from starting with some culture settings Fixed a bug that prevented the video configuration from displaying properly with some culture settings ------------------------------ Requirements: macOS High Sierra (10.13) or later Windows 7 or later (64-bit) .NET Framework 4.6.1 or later ====================================================================== Home: https://github.com/kmcclive/tricycle ------------------------------ Download: Windows | MacOS
  2. HandyPAF

    MetaFox 1.9.5

    MetaFox is a free, drag-and-drop application to convert your videos to the MKV format. MetaFox works as described by proving a small interface to drag your videos to. Once you drag it to the Window, it converts it to MKV and very quickly we might add. You can find the converted video in the same folder you ran MetaFox in. Currently, it supports HEVC, AVI, MOV, MP4, MPG, FLV, RMVB, and more. There is a settings button that opens the Window wider with some options. They aren't all well explained, for example, we couldn't find anything on a few of the settings including "Alt Method 1 and 2." Other options include Demux only, Compress headers, Mux All Input including Mux Groups and Append files, and Split DVD videos. ----- Changelog: - Updated support for HEVC content Requirements: - Haali Media Splitter - .NET Framework 3.5 ----- Home: http://shark007.net/tools.html Download: https://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/metafox.html https://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Encoders-Converter-DIVX-Related/MetaFox.shtml#download
  3. anana

    Hybrid vs MediaCoder

    I'm using Hybrid B) Which the best encoder / ripper for you between Hybrid vs MediaCoder or the others? Why?
  4. Hey guys, if it helps I converted those x264 MediaInfo parameters into it's core x264 commands: 2HD: --crf 19 --preset slowaAF: --crf 19 --preset slowANGELiC: --crf 19 --preset slowASAP: --crf 19 --preset slowBAJSKORV: --crf 19 --preset slower --ref 5 --deblock 1:1BATV: --crf 20 --preset slowC4TV: --crf 21 --preset slowCRiMSON: --crf 21 --preset slow --tune film --keyint 300CROOKS: --crf 21 --preset slow --keyint 300DEADPiXEL: --crf 22 --preset slowDEADPOOL: --crf 20 --preset slowEVOLVE: --crf 21 --preset slowFoV: --crf 20 --preset slowFQM: --crf 19 --preset slowFTP: --crf 22 --preset slow --tune filmKILLERS: --crf 21 --preset slowKYR: --crf 24 --preset slowLMAO: --crf 20 --preset slowLOL: --crf 20 --preset slower --ref 5 --deblock 1:1OMiCRON: --crf 21 --preset slow --tune film --keyint 300RiVER: --crf 20 --preset slow --tune filmSYS: --crf 21 --preset slowTLA: --crf 20 --preset slowTViLLAGE: --crf 21 --preset slowW4F: --crf 23 --preset slowYesTV: --crf 21 --preset slow --keyint 300 ~P2P~mSD: --crf 22 --preset slower --bframes 8 --vbv-maxrate 10000 --vbv-bufsize 10000tNe: --crf 23 --preset slow99% of this parameters came from the presets and the x264 defaults. The other 1% were automatically generated based on other parameters and the computer they were encoded on. For example x264 fills in the "--threads" and "--lookahead-threads" values based on your computer's processor. Also the "--keyint" parameter automatically sets "--min-keyint" which ranges based on a number of factors. Most groups just use a single preset and a crf value which is straight out of the scene guide. A few made some custom changes which took precedence over the default and preset ones. They also most likely added "--level 3.1 --colormatrix bt709" to the command since it's listed in the scene guide. Hope this helps B)
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