[QUOTE=Kerry56;2653824]You have a lot of competition in this endeavor. And many of the best ones are free. Do you think you can match or surpass the output from X264? If not, you are spinning your wheels.
Any plans for using Intel’s Quick Sync? I’ve been testing the output from the only free program that I can find that can utilize it, and have been annoyed with that program for a week now. It is extremely fussy, with inferior output, but the speed it can reach is interesting. For now, I’d just recommend the faster settings in X264 for anyone who needs faster conversion times.
I’ll take a look at your program when you provide a link. I’m sure there are a few others here who will do so also.
By the way, like many others, I hate to see people using the term “rip” when they mean convert. It may not be technically incorrect when going straight from a disc, but still aggravating. Are you really going to advocate conversions straight from optical disc drives? I would always advise straight ripping to the hard drive, then use a conversion program to change formats from there.[/QUOTE]
Thanks for your interest, Kerry56. We use H.264 but not x264. As for Intel’s Quick Sync, I will inquiry our programmer then give you exact answer.
For rip and convert, I’m always a little confused about the two words. Our programs will rip from optical disc drive to other formats directly. This will be more easier for the users who are new to computer. They can just get what they want just by several clicks.