Media coder is a program that is like a "Swiss Army knife", which is advanced in coding, but this "advanced" is what most messes the program, because, its interface, is something to be deciphered as a puzzle (I'm not exaggerating, really it is quite confusing), even for advanced users, I believe the program proves to be unfriendly, because you have to configure a series of items, just for a simple conversion , and even some advanced programs, can greatly facilitate this process. Another point I would like to point out is that there are several versions of the program (for example mobile only or audio encode versions only), which turns out to be somewhat meaningless (but far from me being an expert on the subject, more counts my opinion as a user), besides the premium version of the media coder is absurd as expensive, in view of the whole interface of the program, because, I checked lists of differences from the paid version to the free version, and the sum , an unfriendly interface, plus its limitations, increases the user's desire to look for a more inviting option right away. If you're one of those who wants to test multiple encodings, from various consoles like ffmpeg, mencoder and more, this is the program, but if you're a casual user looking for just one way to convert your videos and audio in a simple way, With vast configurations, without getting lost, options like xmedia recode are more suitable ...
Review by Diego Souza
Oct 7, 2019 Version: 2.4
OS: Windows 10 Ease of use: 5/10
Value for money: 4/10