Tuesday, November 06, 2007


We spent this Melbourne Cup Day afternoon with friends down on the Mornington Peninsula — eating, catching up, eating, drinking (in moderation), eating, cheering, eating, chatting, eating, etc.

Then at some point our mate Keith showed me this really incredibly useful item of software called SUPER — an acronym for Simplified Universal Player Encoder & Renderer, no less.

Basically, this software will convert video or other digital media files from just about any format to just about any other.

Supported input source file formats are:

Video: 3gp/3g2, asf, avi, dat, fli, flc, flv (used in Flash), mkv, mpg, mov, mp4, ogg, qt, rm, ram, rmvb, str (Play Station), swf (Flash), ts (HDTV), viv, vob, wmv

Audio: aac, ac3, amr, mmf, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, ogg, ra, wav, wma

And this software is free!

You can use it to extract a video soundtrack to mp3 or wav audio, convert Quicktime video to mpeg or other video format, or vice versa, etc. etc. etc. etc.

It supports rescaling of video size, aspect ratio, audio and video bitrate, framerates, etc. etc. etc. etc.

And it’s reasonably easy to use!

And this software is free!

“SUPER© does for FREE what other encoders CAN’T do for money.”

Absolutely!! I paid good money for software that just doesn’t cut it like SUPER does!

But wait, there’s more! If you find SUPER incredibly useful and worthwhile as I have, you can optionally donate money to the developers of this excellent software tool.

DECLARATION: I have no connection with the authors of this software, and no interest other than encouraging technical innovation and supporting worthwhile ventures.

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14/9/10 1:30 AM  
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14/10/10 3:01 AM  

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