Once in a while comes along an application so pleasantly effective and handy and well-designed that you must simply step back and recognize it for its continuing soild performance and utility. MPEG Streamclip
is one example of applications that fall into the category of top performers in my own post-production toolbox.
MPEG Streamclip is one of many video converter applications available, but with a clean interface, powerful encoding abilities, and other handy features like trimming and editing functions, and the brand new option to download Flash video from sites like YouTube. It’s performance is consistently solid, and I always choose it over Final Cut Pro to do my exporting. Compatible with a large number of video formats, MPEG Streamclip is available in PC and Mac flavors, and most importantly, it’s free.
The recently released update, version .1.9, introduces batch processing for up to four simultaneous tasks, two iPhone format presets, new commands including â€œexport to other formatsâ€, â€œexport audioâ€, and â€œopen DVDâ€, and other enhancements.
If you’re looking for powerful and reliable video exporting software, MPEG Streamclip is well worth the look.