TMPGEnc 2.525.64.184 for Windows

by Pegasys, Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (38 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 141,870
Publisher Pegasys, Inc.
Homepage TMPGEnc

Publisher's Description

TMPGEnc converts *.AVI files to MPEG1, the format which is used in VideoCDs. Using a variety of options in TMPGEnc, you can compress your video file in high quality. It enables you to adjust bitrate, quantize matrix, GOP structure, interlacing and many other parameters so that you can create the most appropriate movie file depending on your needs.

Latest Reviews

matgmail

matgmail reviewed v2.524.63.181 on Nov 15, 2004

well, i love this app. is small, powerfull and does what its says and a lot more.

the bad thing is that the makers do not update it very much, instead, they concentrate on the Xpress version that i hate.

Where is the link to the plus verion? i wanna update! There is only a jap version ...

CyberSmith

CyberSmith reviewed v2.521.58.169 on Sep 28, 2003

the best just get's better.

although i think the correct version is 2.521.58.169

bgronas

bgronas reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Aug 2, 2003

This IS the best program for it's purpose. I use it together with adobe Premiere 6.5

JUST THE GREATEST!

weed

weed reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 21, 2003

I have been using the free trial of the AVI to MPEG2 version and the one that coverts MPEG2 to DVD file structures. This stuff is absolutely the BEST. It actaully produces DVD's from VHS tapes that look better than the original VHS tape. Will be purchasing both soon. ***** Rating

onetouch

onetouch reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 21, 2003

Been useing this one since the early beta days myself. Allways a favorite of mine.

brazen weep

brazen weep reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 20, 2003

Been using this for a long time, and it works great.

blackbart

blackbart reviewed v2.513.53.162 on Jun 13, 2003

This program is a must for anyone converting video, it will allow you to fit 90 or even 100 mins of good quality video onto one 80min vcd, will help you fix audio sync problems and the mpeg tools alone are worth the download. An excellent program I cannot rate highly enough and freeware too :-)

ConceptJunkie

ConceptJunkie reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

DOn't all the misinformed reviews below mislead you.

TMPGEnc is a really good _FREE_ conversion utility. The freeware version allows you to encode and manipulate MPEG-1 video, and a 30 day trial version of MPEG-2 encoding. The version you puchase has MPEG-2 support, and I believe DVD authoring support. I've been using TMPGEnc since its early alpha/beta days and it works well.

Go to http://tmpgenc.net to find out about the free version.

Aires

Aires reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

bbhermit: There is a freeware version and there is a shareware version. Does it work - Yes it does. Does this software come & go - No. Download the free version to try and stop whinging because you downloaded the wrong version. It's an excellent piece of software and it's your loss - not ours or theirs.

bbhermit

bbhermit reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

On startup, the program said it was a 14 day trial, after which time, if you wish to continue using the program, you must purchase a license. That is NOT freeware! That would be shareware, or trialware. I would not have wasted my time if I had know that. This promotional 'stunt' is used by many 'unsucessful' software authors. Does it work? Apparently not, as they come and go quite regularly.

Avg. Rating 4.6 (38 votes)
Your Rating
matgmail

matgmail reviewed v2.524.63.181 on Nov 15, 2004

well, i love this app. is small, powerfull and does what its says and a lot more.

the bad thing is that the makers do not update it very much, instead, they concentrate on the Xpress version that i hate.

Where is the link to the plus verion? i wanna update! There is only a jap version ...

CyberSmith

CyberSmith reviewed v2.521.58.169 on Sep 28, 2003

the best just get's better.

although i think the correct version is 2.521.58.169

bgronas

bgronas reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Aug 2, 2003

This IS the best program for it's purpose. I use it together with adobe Premiere 6.5

JUST THE GREATEST!

weed

weed reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 21, 2003

I have been using the free trial of the AVI to MPEG2 version and the one that coverts MPEG2 to DVD file structures. This stuff is absolutely the BEST. It actaully produces DVD's from VHS tapes that look better than the original VHS tape. Will be purchasing both soon. ***** Rating

onetouch

onetouch reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 21, 2003

Been useing this one since the early beta days myself. Allways a favorite of mine.

brazen weep

brazen weep reviewed v2.520.54.163 on Jul 20, 2003

Been using this for a long time, and it works great.

blackbart

blackbart reviewed v2.513.53.162 on Jun 13, 2003

This program is a must for anyone converting video, it will allow you to fit 90 or even 100 mins of good quality video onto one 80min vcd, will help you fix audio sync problems and the mpeg tools alone are worth the download. An excellent program I cannot rate highly enough and freeware too :-)

ConceptJunkie

ConceptJunkie reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

DOn't all the misinformed reviews below mislead you.

TMPGEnc is a really good _FREE_ conversion utility. The freeware version allows you to encode and manipulate MPEG-1 video, and a 30 day trial version of MPEG-2 encoding. The version you puchase has MPEG-2 support, and I believe DVD authoring support. I've been using TMPGEnc since its early alpha/beta days and it works well.

Go to http://tmpgenc.net to find out about the free version.

Aires

Aires reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

bbhermit: There is a freeware version and there is a shareware version. Does it work - Yes it does. Does this software come & go - No. Download the free version to try and stop whinging because you downloaded the wrong version. It's an excellent piece of software and it's your loss - not ours or theirs.

bbhermit

bbhermit reviewed v2.512.52.161 on May 23, 2003

On startup, the program said it was a 14 day trial, after which time, if you wish to continue using the program, you must purchase a license. That is NOT freeware! That would be shareware, or trialware. I would not have wasted my time if I had know that. This promotional 'stunt' is used by many 'unsucessful' software authors. Does it work? Apparently not, as they come and go quite regularly.

ScoJo

ScoJo reviewed v2.59.47.155 on Nov 19, 2002

I've been using TMPGEnc through several versions. The MPEG Tools (very simple multiplex/demultiplex and merge/cut) alone make it worth the download.

BTW, is that a version number or an IP address? :)

KayNine

KayNine reviewed v2.59.47.155 on Nov 17, 2002

@nickgreiner: the author of TMPGEnc is japanese. Some people fluently speak their native language and C++ rather than english, so what?? TMPGEnc _IS_ the best encoder out there! You're an idiot for rating this 1 just because you have problems understanding his description. Were you really interested in the programm itself?!? Anyway, to push up the rating, here are my 5 stars. Would give it 6 if possible. +Kay

nickgreiner

nickgreiner reviewed v2.59.47.155 on Nov 16, 2002

I feel that the quality of ones ability to properly express
oneself greatly reflects on all their work; so I give this program a 1 so teach a lesson.

onetouch

onetouch reviewed v2.59.47.155 on Nov 16, 2002

I've been using this one since ver.12a or there abouts. Still the best in my opinion.

Cure110

Cure110 reviewed v2.51 on Jan 30, 2002

This is a typical: "can't belive its freeware!"-app.. A really good encoding program!

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