I wanted to get a few opinions on which encoding software package to go with for an upcoming project.
I will be getting 80 or more videos from all over the world that are to loaded onto a media server and output to a large 4:3 LED screen.
We have picked the codec H.264 to have them all outputted to but they will be coming in as everything from DVD's to MPEG4s. I would like to know what would be a good on-stop-shop encoder to get that maybe versatile enough to accept various codecs and do a bang up job without too much customization for each video?
Looking into Squeeze 6 or Episode Pro. Any thoughts or experiences with the two would be much appreciated!
Squeeze 6 was only announced today, as such it would be impossible to make a fair comparison between it and anything else, however Episode Pro still has the lead on it for format support, and much higher quality pre-processing tools.
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