MeGUI is a free and open source tool to process and convert your video and audio files. It brings all your ducks in a row to create efficient, state-of-the-art and high-quality formats that are supported by a very large number of today's media players. By providing a flexible job automation and management it helps you to clear your head for other tasks.
Main activities and features:
- Converts files for your iPod and all the other media players
- Processes high-quality HD-video/audio files or your DVD and Blue-Ray rips
- Automatizes all your conversion jobs
- Adds powerful filters to improve your results
- Speeds up your tasks by creating multiple threads for your multi-core CPU
Codecs and Formats:
- Creates ISO MPEG-4 and MKV files by using efficient and free codecs (Video: x264, XviD; Audio: AAC, AC-3 and many more)
- Supports MPEG-4 ASP (xvid), MPEG-4 AVC (x264), AAC, MP2, MP3, Flac, Vorbis and AC3 audio and various common containers such as MP4, MKV, AVI or M2TS
[AudioEncoder] default to LWLibavAudioSource()/LSMASHAudioSource().
[AviSynth] replaced Yadif by Yadifmod2.
[FileIndexer] added title selector for DVD sources incl. multi-angle support.
[Update] improved updater to download appropriate architecture packages (can be deselected in the options).
[VobSubber] The VobSubber has been enhanced - to support demux of forced subtitles.
To select if the subtitles should be extracted to multiple files.
With improved speed as the source will only be indexed once for multiple tracks.
To detect DVD sources incl. multi-angle suppor [x265 Encoder] x265 is now always enabled.
[AudioEncoder] added downmix option to 5.1.
[FileIndexer] added IFO as supported input file type.
[Haali Media Splitter] if the Haali Media Splitter is needed by the HD Streams Extractor it will be installed (administrative permissions are required).
[HD Streams Extractor] Unknown or not supported tracks cannot be selected.
[OneClick] added MPLS as supported input files.
[Title Selector] improved DVD/Blu-ray support & added option to change the minimum title length also in the global settings.
[Various] where appropriate for DVD/Blu-ray sources a prefix and suffix is attached to the output file name.