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mp4 converter for mac
Old 4 weeks ago
  #31
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After reading this thread I downloaded the free version of Resolve out of curiously and did an MP4 to ProRes Proxy conversion. I'll probably be using this all the time now, because it is WICKED fast!
Old 4 weeks ago
  #32
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Another vote for ER Media Toolkit (ffmpeg).
Especially when you have multiple users needing to convert different material using any studio.
I set it up once, using our default format/codec/resolution. Now anyone can just drag a videofile into the application and a few minutes later the conversion is done.
It's specifically aimed at audio post. There is an option to just replace the audio track.
Old 4 weeks ago
  #33
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How do you save defaults with ER? It always reverts back to its default settings here...
Old 3 weeks ago
  #34
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Quote:
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How do you save defaults with ER? It always reverts back to its default settings here...
Upper left corner there is a settings button. You can 'save app status to file' there.

For the MediaER app, setting the bitrate to custom will not remember the actual bitrate you set, but it will open the custom bitrate window each time you open the app. It's easier to set it to one of the presets that is closest to your intended bitrate (which actually scales with the resolution, really useful).
Old 3 weeks ago
  #35
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Hi,
What I'm using now is DRmare MP4 Converter for Mac. It's a powerful video converting tool that supports the conversion betweem various video formats including MP4, M4V, MPEG, AVI, WMV, MKV, MOV, WebM, ASF, 3GP, 4K, HEVC, DivX, FLV, OGV, etc. You can give it a try.
P.S. This converter can also convert iTunes m4v videos to plain video formats for playback on any device.
Old 3 weeks ago
  #36
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Farhoof View Post
Upper left corner there is a settings button. You can 'save app status to file' there.

For the MediaER app, setting the bitrate to custom will not remember the actual bitrate you set, but it will open the custom bitrate window each time you open the app. It's easier to set it to one of the presets that is closest to your intended bitrate (which actually scales with the resolution, really useful).
Thanks!!! - so blind, I didn't notice
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