Friday, July 17, 2009


AVStoMPEG is a tool for video cutting, filtering and encoding. It uses Avisynth for the cutting, filtering and the audio encoding part and optional HC-Encoder or CINEMA CRAFT? Encoder for video encoding. It provides a graphical user interface for the Avisynth filters, for the video and audio encoding settings, a scenes-list shows you a lot of information about the scenes of your project, e.g. from which source the scene is, source video properties, destination video properties or your notice about the scene, a video preview with the possibility to compare the filtered video with the original video or two different filter chains, a bitrate calculator and a lot more. You can easily save a project and encode selected scenes from different sources as single videos or e.g. a complete video with scene transition effects.
With the Avisynth filters you have the possibility to enhance nearly any thinkable bad video source. The filters are organized in the categories ?Color Space Conversions?, ?Deinterlacers?, ?Denoisers?, ?Sharpeners?, ?Colors? and ?Miscellaneous?. You can also import complete Avisynth scripts or write portions of a script. Beside this, you can save your filter chains as presets, so you can use them for other projects, too. Video sources can be: *.3gp, *.avi, *.flv, *.m1v, *.m2v, *.m4v, *.mkv, *.mov, *.mp4, *.mpeg, *.mpg, *.mpv, *.vob, *.wmv. Image Sources can be: *.bmp, *.jpg, *.png, *.tif, *.tiff. You can also use the following types of demultiplexed audio files as input source (together with the video source): *.ac3, *.dts, *.lpcm, *.mpa, *.mp2, *.mp3, *.wav, *.w64. Video output files will be saved as MPEG-2 files. Audio output files can be saved as ac3, wav, mp2, mp3, FLAC and ogg.

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