Eastsea  Video Converter
Eastsea Video Converter is a professional video converter, It can convert video files from various formats with great stability. It supports converting most video formats including VCD, SVCD, DVD, MPEG1, MPEG2, AVI (DivX, XviD, DV Video, MS MPEG4, Intel indeo Video, Cinepak and other), WMV/ASF and RealMedia (RM) file format.



 Eastsea Video Converter



 

 


 


 Eastsea Video Converter
   Eastsea Video Converter is a professional video converter, It can convert video files from various formats with great stability. It supports converting most video formats including VCD, SVCD, DVD, MPEG1, MPEG2, AVI (DivX, XviD, DV Video, MS MPEG4, Intel indeo Video, Cinepak and other), WMV/ASF and RealMedia (RM) file format. It can also extract audio from video file.

  Eastsea Video Converter makes batch file conversion simple. Create a batch list of many different formats and convert them all to a single selected format. The converted files will be saved to a pre-selected directory folder and the original files will remain untouched.
Eastsea Video Converter key features:
  • Batch Convert Video to AVI (DivX, XviD, DV Video, MS MPEG4, Intel indeo Video, Cinepak and other)
  • Batch Convert Video to MPEG-1/MPEG-2.
  • Batch Convert Video to WMV/ASF.
  • Batch Convert Video to VCD/SVCD/DVD compliant files (PAL, NTSC).
  • Extract audio from video.
  • Support batch file converting.
  • Kinds of Video&Audio Codec available.
  • Custom output video size and Frame Rate.
  • Input/Output preview.
  • Easy to use with intuitive user interface and drag-drop feature.
  • High converting speed, wonderful output quality

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key Features
Batch Convert Video to AVI (DivX, XviD, DV Video, MS MPEG4, Intel indeo Video, Cinepak and other).
Batch Convert Video to MPEG-1/MPEG-2.
Batch Convert Video to WMV/ASF.
Batch Convert Video to VCD/SVCD/DVD compliant files (PAL, NTSC). 
Extract audio from video.
Support batch file converting.
Kinds of Video&Audio Codec available.
Custom output video size and Frame Rate.
Input/Output preview.

Video Formats

AVI (Audio Video Interleave)
(DivX, XviD, DV Video, MS MPEG4, Intel indeo Video, Cinepak and other)
AVI stands for Audio Video Interleave. It is a special case of the RIFF (Resource Interchange File Format). AVI is defined by Microsoft. AVI is the most common format for audio/video data on the PC. AVI is an example of a de facto (by fact) standard.
AVI Files are a special case of RIFF files. RIFF is the Resource Interchange File Format. This is a general purpose format for exchanging multimedia data types that was defined by Microsoft and IBM during their long forgotten alliance.

Please note: If there are not DivX or XviD codec installed in your computer, you need to download and install the DivX or XviD codec so that you can operate DviX or XviD video files.
DviX: http://www.divx.com/divx/ (free version is enough for playing and converting DivX video files)
XviD: http://www.xvidmovies.com/codec/

MPEG (Motion Picture Experts Group)

MPEG-1
MPEG2
VCD, SVCD, DVD (PAL and NTSC)
MPEG4
MPEG is both a file format and a codec for digital video. There are actually three forms of MPEG: MPEG video, for picture only; MPEG audio, which is discussed in the previous section; and MPEG systems, which includes both audio and video tracks.
MPEG files provide excellent picture quality but can be very slow to decompress. For this reason, many MPEG decoding systems are hardware-assisted, meaning that you need a board to play MPEG files reliably without dropping a lot of frames. Although software decoders definitely exist (and there are some very good ones out there), they tend to require a lot of processor power on your system and also usually support MPEG video only (they have no soundtrack).

A third drawback of MPEG video as a standard for the Web is that MPEG movies are very expensive to encode. You need a hardware encoder to do so, and the price ranges for encoders are in the thousands of dollars. As MPEG becomes more popular, those prices are likely to drop. But for now, unless you already have access to the encoding equipment or you're really serious about your digital video, a software-based format is probably the better way to go.

WMV

Windows Media Video.
Formerly known as .ASF file format from Microsoft.
WMV file includes a video stream (compressed using MS MPEG4 or WMV1 codec) combined with WMA encoded audio stream. The file format is proprietary and backward incompatible. Currently, dedicated to slow dialup connections, this media format does not allow even sub-VHS video quality due to blurred picture. WMA audio quality, compared to MPEG Layer3 of the same bitrate, isn't better either.
You may wish to use Windows Media format to create smallest files that are suitable to send by e-mail, however you must keep in mind that .WMV file works like "one way ticket" - once created, it can't be edited anymore, without horrific quality loss. As opposite, AVI files compressed with MPEG4 video codec are still editable and often it is possible to retain source video quality.
If you are having problems creating or playing Windows Media files, download the latest codecs. These may be found at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/format/codecdownload.asp.


RM (Real Media)

Real Networks Video
It is a streaming media format known as RealMedia with the file extension .rm using RealAudio audio compression and RealVideo video compression (RealVideo, also known as ClearVideo, is Iterated Systems fractal video compression).

Output File specification

MPEG

352x240 for NTSC VCD,
352x288 for PAL VCD,
480x480 for NTSC SVCD,
480x576 for PAL SVCD,
720(704)x480 for NTSC DVD
720(704)x576 for PAL DVD.

Audio

4k, 12k 32k, 44.1k (22.05 is converted to 44.1) and 48 kHz, 16-bit stereo audio format.

 


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