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Apple mac alternative to super C

Discussion in 'Software' started by sotu1, 6 Sep 2008.

  1. sotu1

    sotu1 Ex-Modder

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    hey guys, does anyone know of a tool that will convert video file formats? I use Super C on my windows PC but I'm now looking for a mac alternative. Main use will be converting videos to be compatible with my DS (DPG file format) and eventually my PSP (when I get round to figuring out how it all works!)

    cheers guys!
     
  2. sotu1

    sotu1 Ex-Modder

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    ok, rephrasing this because there must be something out there:

    is there something on mac that can convert video file formats?
     
  3. bubsterboo

    bubsterboo New Member

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    Handbrake? VLC can transcode as well. There's a couple other apps.
     
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    ffmpeg directly with command line, so you can do a script and just click on it to convert all file in a folder, much faster than playing in an interface when you got the script (it is not hard to make, ffmpeg command look like "ffmpeg movie.avi -h 240 -w 320 -o movie.m4v" for ipod/psp
     
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    Theres also ffmpegX with a (reasonably) nice UI if command line isnt your cup of tea.

    I also quite like iSquint. Very handy for iPod compatible videos and Im sure you can use the advanced settings to suit your DS / PSP.
     
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