Media Converter
Media Converter
2.0.10

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Media Converter2.0.10

31 March 2020

Batch converter for media files.

Overview

Media Converter is an batch converter for media files. it can convert almost every input media file to another format. It includes a few presets, but new ones can be created and added to the site.

Media Converter uses smart settings, to preserve size and aspect ratio when batch converting media files.

Media Converter is powered by a lot of open source utilities. It uses ffmpeg to convert the media files.

What's new in Media Converter

Version 2.0.10:
  • User interaction improvements.

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9 Reviews of Media Converter

5
Aargl
04 July 2015
Version: 1.2

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I'm amazed that this app hasn't been updated since 2011 and still beats its competitors in some points!
I've tested quite everything available on the market, free and paid ones, there are surely a lot of apps that can do precisely complex conversions with the exact settings you want, but I was searching for a simple and fast way to set down the resolutions of films to watch them on my Dell Mini 9 (which is not the state of the art of modern computing, but very handy with its small size ;-) ): normally sized films are usually played with a lot of stuttering, so I choose the "iPod/iPhone" setting on Media Converter, the file gets bigger (a 850 Mb film becomes 1.3 Gb) but it's played fluently on my DM9!
Note that the conversion is done with ffmpeg at 64 bits (check it in Activity Monitor).
I've just tried to substitute the ffmpeg file inside the package with the latest available but it crashes, so I'll stick with Media Converter as it is... :-)

P.S. : I'm on OS 10.9.5
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5
Aargl
04 July 2015
Version: 1.2
I'm amazed that this app hasn't been updated since 2011 and still beats its competitors in some points!
I've tested quite everything available on the market, free and paid ones, there are surely a lot of apps that can do precisely complex conversions with the exact settings you want, but I was searching for a simple and fast way to set down the resolutions of films to watch them on my Dell Mini 9 (which is not the state of the art of modern computing, but very handy with its small size ;-) ): normally sized films are usually played with a lot of stuttering, so I choose the "iPod/iPhone" setting on Media Converter, the file gets bigger (a 850 Mb film becomes 1.3 Gb) but it's played fluently on my DM9!
Note that the conversion is done with ffmpeg at 64 bits (check it in Activity Monitor).
I've just tried to substitute the ffmpeg file inside the package with the latest available but it crashes, so I'll stick with Media Converter as it is... :-)

P.S. : I'm on OS 10.9.5
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RJC.NJNYC
05 January 2013
Version: 1.2
I just updated to Mountain Lion (10.8.2), and now although Media Converter v1.2 rewraps the video, there is no audio?
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5
RJC.NJNYC
03 April 2012
Version: 1.2
I use this all the time with my AVCHD .MTS video files, and it works great with no quality loss re-wraping to .MOV files.
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Marco-2
12 November 2011
Version: 1.2
Though this is free the quality is very poor. Also struggles with aspect ratios. Very simple but Handbrake seems to be much better.
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3.5
Linnell
13 March 2011
Version: 1.1.1
This is a great app with one exception every time put in a 4:3 video no matter what I change the settings too it treats it as a 16:9 video.
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5
Anotheruser
08 March 2011
Version: 1.0
This is what I've been waiting for ever since the demise of VideoHub. And this one is free. And simple ... but powerful. And extensible. The simple interface belies its actual power. Very good potential. Excellent for a version ONE.
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1.5
Michael-Sebrecht
08 March 2011
Version: 1.0
Tried a couple of mkv files. Not one worked. This version is useless to me.
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Thomas1977
08 March 2011
Version: 1.0
Uses a old ffmpeg from another app. The dev doesn't seem to know how to compile a FFmpeg himself. Anyway, it is simple to use but lacks many codecs and options. Good is free though.
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5
Arvidtp
08 March 2011
Version: 1.0
awesome! a free batching GUI front end to ffmpeg. I love it so far. Preset editing should able to be accessed from the main window somehow (at bottom of preset pop-up menu maybe?) and you should be able to duplicate presets. But other than that, great. I like that you can specify command line options by hand or use the GUI - whichever you prefer. I just made a couple preset files for re-wrapping AVCHD (.MTS files) from a video camera to an h.264 quicktime movie that can be played/transcoded for editing with quicktime based software: http://arvidtp.net/browse.php?dir=/sw/Media%20Converter%20Presets
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