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Transcode

Transcode

Transcode is a suite of tools, all of which are command line utilities, for transcoding various video, audio, and container formats, running on a platform that supports shared libraries and threads. Decoding and encoding is done by loaded modules that are responsible for feeding transcode with raw video/audio streams (import modules) and encoding the frames (export modules).

It includes a variety of video and audio filters, including (but not limited to) video de-interlacing, audio resampling, framerate conversion, different video resizing algorithms, smoothing, sharpening, denoisifying, and cutting.

It's modular concept is intended to provide flexibility and easy user extensibility to include other video/audio codecs or filetypes.

Decode/encode your favorite DVDs or vacation Digital Videos to single CD video files on a platform that supports shared libraries and threads with transcode's import helpers tcextract and tcdecode.

áTranscode 1.1.0

Price
Free to download

Size
2.0MB
License

GNU GPL

Developer
Thomas Ístreich, Tilmann Bitterberg, Erik Slagter, Jacob Meuser, Francesco Romani, and many contributors

Website
www.transcoding.org

System Requirements
libz & libm
FFmpeg 0.4.9-pre1 or higher

Support Sites:
FAQ, Tutorials, Mailing List (User), Mailing List (Developer)

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Video:
    • Cut out arbitray frame region for processing
    • De-interlace video frame
    • Fast enlarging of video width/height by a multiple of 32 rows/column up to 1024x768
    • Fast reduction of video width/height by a multiple of 32 rows/column
    • High-quality resizing with filter
    • Cut out arbitray frame region for encoding
    • Rescale (downsample) video width/height by a power of 2
    • Flip video frame upside down
    • Mirror image of video frame
    • Swap R and B bytes in video frame
    • Transform to b/w video frame
    • Apply gamma correction
    • Anti-alias video frame
  • Audio:
    • Change the volume of the audio stream
    • Resample audio stream
    • Swap byte order in audio stream
    • Sync video with audio frames (V=0|A=N, V=1|A=N+1,...)

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