1.5.26 Beta

Rating:        Based on 2 ratings
Reviewed:  1 review
Downloads: 2389
Change Set: a96664c6c196
Released: Nov 3, 2014
Updated: Nov 3, 2014 by RandomEngy
Dev status: Beta Help Icon

Downloads

Application VidCoder-1.5.26-Beta-x86.exe
application, 9045K, uploaded Nov 3, 2014 - 629 downloads
Application VidCoder-1.5.26-Beta-x64.exe
application, 9480K, uploaded Nov 3, 2014 - 1033 downloads
Application VidCoder-1.5.26-Beta-x86-Portable.exe
application, 9406K, uploaded Nov 3, 2014 - 239 downloads
Application VidCoder-1.5.26-Beta-x64-Portable.exe
application, 9885K, uploaded Nov 3, 2014 - 488 downloads

Release Notes

  • Updated HandBrake core to SVN 6501
  • Updated installer to display the update success message. This allows us to run the installer in silent mode without launching the program afterwards, and to avoid the splash screen showing up before the update success message.

Reviews for this release

     
I'm pretty happy with this app. I love the interface. Very sleek and powerful. Doesn't expose quite as many x264 options as some other encoder GUIs, but VidCoder definitely has a better interface. The only REAL complaint I have, and I feel it is enough to knock a star (or at least 1/2), is some of the encodes (from retail Blu-ray) I've done don't "seek" very well. It definitely appears to be encoder-related, because any of the files that suffer from the problem consistently exhibit the issue, whereas some of the encodes I produce with VidCoder consistently seek perfectly fine and I can swiftly jump around the timeline and from chapter to chapter without delay or glitching. FYI, I'm not messing with keyint settings. If not for the seeking issue, this program is 5/5 easy. Doesn't appear restricted to any particular release.
by Surlias on Nov 7, 2014 at 2:02 AM