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Transcode is a suite of command line utilities for transcoding video and audio codecs, and for converting beween different container formats. Transcode can decode and encode many audio and video formats, e.g.
- MPEG-4(-part 3) (also DivX and XviD variants)
- Quicktime / MPEG-PS (dvd) (decode only)
- MPEG-1-layer-1/2/3 audio
- AC3 audio
A variety of video and audio pre and post-processing filters are available, including (but not limited to):
- video de-interlacing
- audio resampling
- framerate conversion
See General Information for a more detailed description of Transcode's capabilities. Or scroll down and choose your topic of interest from the documentation part below.
September 24, 2008 :New Transcode Support Site Launched on http://tcforge.berlios.de :For the full announcement see !http:www.mail-archive.com/transcode-devel%40exit1.org/msg00691.html. January 18 (Sunday), 2009 :Transcode 1.1.0 released! :Transcode 1.0.7 released! :Transcode 1.0.6 released! :Transcode 1.0.5 released! :Transcode 1.0.4 released! :Transcode 1.0.3 released! :Transcode 1.0.2 released! :Transcode-htdocs 1.0.0 released!
There are two mailinglists, one for development related topics and one for discussions about transcode usage and other audio/video related topics
searchable mailinglist archives can be found here
Always look in the archives before you ask a question! And see
- How To Report Problems This makes it easier for others to answer your questions.
Also you can meet us on IRCnet in #transcode.
- Building Transcode - Installation instructions
- Transcode Command Line Options
- Import Modules - The
- Filter Plugins - The
- Export Modules - The
- Development - Documentation and discussions about Transcode development
- Scripts And Wrappers - Things that make Transcode easier to use
- External Resources - Links to other sites with useful information
An issue tracking system is avalaible on tcforge.berlios.de at http://developer.berlios.de/bugs/?group_id=10094 .
See also Bug Showcase for some known bugs (the tcforge page is preferred anyway) Some historical bugs are also listed in our old experimental bug tracker: http://tcfoundry.hostme.it/mantis The old mantis is maintained in read-only only for historical reasons. The bugs still alive are moved on the tcforge bug tracker