Video Software Conversion TeaVea Media Recode

TeaVea Media Recode 1.0.1.0 Beta for Windows

by TeaVea Inc.

Avg. Rating 4.1 (11 votes)

File Details

File Size 8.6 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 1,748
Publisher TeaVea Inc.
Homepage TeaVea Media Recode

Publisher's Description

TeaVea Media Recode is a powerful Media Converter which allows you to convert dvd discS and media files from one format to RMVB file format. It Supports any source format which relevant directshow decoder, and support DVD disc source.

Latest Reviews

yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v1.0.1.0 Beta on Dec 18, 2007

I rate it 4/5, hower, the features in which I am interested do not work. I am not an enthusiast of RMVB. I know that the meaning of the format, similar to MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profiles will decrease and the Advanced Video Coding (aka H.264) profile will probably become dominant pretty soon.

As I said H.264 features do not worked for me at all, but I know that the support is rather initial. Anyway, I already noticed some room for improvement like the implementation of Matroska (Mkv) instead of MP4, addition of Ogg Vorbis/AC3, multiple subtitle/audio streams rendition and first of all one could be able to set the size of the encoding material. I am comparing TeaVea Media Recode to FairUse Wizard (Celtic Druid compilation) available from here: http://mirror.brokenlogic.net/fu2.6-setup.exe and I see that TeaVea Media Recode cannot compare now (but it is in an early stage of development), but definately it has a great potential.

teavea

teavea reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

we will support more video formats in future.
so pls give us a minute,we will make things better.
thx

Dickens Cider

Dickens Cider reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

rmvb is RealMedia video. And though this may bring on some flamers... like the company or not, there were a couple years ago, some third-party software that used to convert DVD and other formats to rmvb. Competing with the XviD and DivX formats... Though those two formats have matured since then and other formats have since entered the scene, rmvb gave a better resulting video when compressing a movie to fit on a CD. And utilizing some 'alternative' codecs, you never had to install the problematic RealPlayer software.

I have no idea where rmvb stands today against current compression codecs, and I haven't used this format in years. I'll check it out, but I think the loyalty people have with the more popular codecs will prevent this from making too much of a difference.

Also, the software's homepage seems to be unfinished or quickly thrown together... so there is no way to get any information on the product. Giving a 3, but will re-rate when I know more about this software.

dhry

dhry reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

And just what the heck is RMVB? Everything uses AVI, MOV or MPG. Is this yet another useless standard?

Avg. Rating 4.1 (11 votes)
Your Rating
yokozuna

yokozuna reviewed v1.0.1.0 Beta on Dec 18, 2007

I rate it 4/5, hower, the features in which I am interested do not work. I am not an enthusiast of RMVB. I know that the meaning of the format, similar to MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profiles will decrease and the Advanced Video Coding (aka H.264) profile will probably become dominant pretty soon.

As I said H.264 features do not worked for me at all, but I know that the support is rather initial. Anyway, I already noticed some room for improvement like the implementation of Matroska (Mkv) instead of MP4, addition of Ogg Vorbis/AC3, multiple subtitle/audio streams rendition and first of all one could be able to set the size of the encoding material. I am comparing TeaVea Media Recode to FairUse Wizard (Celtic Druid compilation) available from here: http://mirror.brokenlogic.net/fu2.6-setup.exe and I see that TeaVea Media Recode cannot compare now (but it is in an early stage of development), but definately it has a great potential.

teavea

teavea reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

we will support more video formats in future.
so pls give us a minute,we will make things better.
thx

Dickens Cider

Dickens Cider reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

rmvb is RealMedia video. And though this may bring on some flamers... like the company or not, there were a couple years ago, some third-party software that used to convert DVD and other formats to rmvb. Competing with the XviD and DivX formats... Though those two formats have matured since then and other formats have since entered the scene, rmvb gave a better resulting video when compressing a movie to fit on a CD. And utilizing some 'alternative' codecs, you never had to install the problematic RealPlayer software.

I have no idea where rmvb stands today against current compression codecs, and I haven't used this format in years. I'll check it out, but I think the loyalty people have with the more popular codecs will prevent this from making too much of a difference.

Also, the software's homepage seems to be unfinished or quickly thrown together... so there is no way to get any information on the product. Giving a 3, but will re-rate when I know more about this software.

dhry

dhry reviewed v1.0.0.9 Beta on Nov 14, 2007

And just what the heck is RMVB? Everything uses AVI, MOV or MPG. Is this yet another useless standard?

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