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DVD ripping and video conversion VidCoder is a DVD/Blu-ray ripping and video conversion tool that uses the HandBrake encoding engine. The program can rip most DVDs and Blu-ray discs (as long as they are not copy protected) and convert the video to a variety of popular formats including MP4, MKV containers, H.264 encoding, MPEG-4, MPEG-2 and Theora video. It offers several presets along with an intuitive interface that makes it easy to customize the encoding settings. You can convert movies directly from the disc or you can load a previously saved video file or ISO image. VidCoder includes a handy preview features that allows you to test your settings by encoding a small clip from the video without the need to process the entire movie. Other features include batch encoding, an option to pause/resume encoding, video filters, support for subtitles, and more. Copyright

Product Details

Publisher RandomEngy Price Free
Version 9.20  history Last updated Feb 28, 2024
File Size 11.6 Mb Requirements .NET Framework 4

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Digitizing fun 5 stars by busybusy Jul 14, 2020 (Read all my 262 reviews)
I have a few binders of DVD movies and wanted to add them to digital collection. VidCoder really helped out with that process. The program is simple with tons of video formats to choose from to create my library. I do like the preview feature which gives you an idea based on the setting you have chosen what the quality of the end result will look like. I can save my settings so the files are consistant for my TV and devices. It does take time to process the DVDs but that is not an issue due the slow readers. Overall I give it two-thumbs up! BTW, I appreciate the portable version as well. show Review details
Good 4 stars by PogMoHon Dec 09, 2014 (Read all my 22 reviews)
The mp4-settings you need. Conversion at reasonable speed. show Review details
Decent 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 22, 2012 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Eh, it's alright for ripping to the posted formats, however, it does tend to say there were errors quite often (non-protected disks) and is a bit slow at the couple I did rip. If I use a DVD ripping software I use freebies that have most of what I need. As stated by others, alright for converting but that's about it. show Review details
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