Before I knew about Handbrake, I used Vidcoder before I knew it was from Handbrake. I wasn't savvy in video encoding but I learn every way from other people's settings through the info from mediainfo on movies (especially YIFY's). Currently was recording gameplays for keepsake, to remember I used to play particular games before.
When I heard a lot of people used Handbrake encode videos (in mediainfo it was written in it) and I tried using it to convert those recorded gameplays (averaged FPS) to constant 60 FPS with average size maintaining the quality before I bring those into Adobe Premiere for final editing. (reason is that Adobe Premiere won't import averaged FPS properly as both audio and video will definitely out of sync)
However I recently found out Handbrake kept encode the videos with audio out of sync. I had no idea why it can't sync the audio, tried on AVS Video Converter, AVIDemux, both AV synced. Did fiddle with all the settings, nothing seems to remedy that out of sync issue. I thought I had bad recordings at first but in the end, Handbrake was the culprit after all.
So I turned to Vidcoder, improved Handbrake, prayed hard not to disappoint me with just some basic settings on video at constant 60FPS, can output some videos without audio out of sync... and yes, it helps! Just set H.264, 60 FPS constant, 18 constant quality, preset very fast, no tune, profile and level automatic, added keyint 1, that's it. just what i need to re-encode the videos from x264 video and PCM in .avi container (recorded from Bandicam) and ready for Adobe Premiere. Fantastic!
Nevertheless, I do like the encoding speed of Handbrake, thanks to Vidcoder, now i can even see clearly how long and how fast the encoding duration and speed on each videos and even on batch.
The most powerful MP4/MKV encoder to recommend for all users!
Review by Munkiiedude
Nov 3, 2015 Version: 220.127.116.11
OS: Windows 7 64-bit Ease of use: 10/10
Value for money: 10/10