It calls directly into the HandBrake library giving it a more rich UI than the official HandBrake Windows GUI does. With its clean layout, it gives users the ability to add clips via drag n' drop or by the built-in browse button with ease. But if you need to rip a DVD or Blu-ray, you are required to select the specific directory containing the data. It also includes support for batch processing, so you can add multiple video files to the list and encode them all at the same time easily.
VidCoder will also permit the uploading of SRT format subtitles and allows cropping of clips, size specifications, as well as applying various video filters for a smooth and finished end product. You also can manage your video parameters by selecting the video codec, adjusting the frame rate, and choosing the overall quality You also have adjustment options for audio as well like bitrate selection, codec, and sample rates.
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