VisualHub

Version: 1.34a || Release Date: 2008-08-05 || License: Shareware (23.32 US $) Developer: Techspansion | App Owner: oddysseey

Converting a bunch of AVI files to a DVD shouldn't require a Computer Science degree.
Getting movies from your digital camera to your iPod shouldn't take hours.
Wading through a sea of video formats shouldn't pull you under.

VisualHub bridges the gap between numerous complicated video formatting standards, and people that just want to get the job done - just what you would expect from the Mac.

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I used leawo dvd ripper for many years. it's improveing , I like it.
http://www.leawo.com/dvd-ripper/

The open source project based on VisualHub is called TranscoderRedux: https://sourceforge.net/projects/transcoderredux/.
(Its developmen status is '2 - Pre-Alpha'.)

Thanks for the info, Ruby!
I have downloaded and tried the "new" VisualHub, now called Film Redux. But, unfortunately, it did not work.
First I tried to convert a WMV file to MPEG-4/H.264 and all I got was a few error messages and no converted file.
Then I tried to convert the same WMV file to MPEG and the same happened: a few error messages and no converted file.
I wonder if someone had the same problems...
I use an Intel-based iMac (Dual Core, 2 GHz), running Mac OS X Leopard (10.5.5).
I'm glad I kept the original iSquint DMG file. (Just in case I need to install it in another Mac.)

iSquint and VisualHub, the popular video converter on Mac OS X have now gone open source. They also has got new names, Film Redux (VisualHub) and PunyVid (iSquint).
<a href="http://www.iskysoft.com/article/how-to-build-isquint-and-visualhub.html#121">http://www.iskysoft.com/article/how-to-build-isquint-and-visualhub.html</a>

DISCONTINUED, CANCELLED, ETC
Techspansion has shut down.

Can do distributed encoding via Xgrid.
(Mac OS 10.4.3-10.4.11 required, wired network recommended, 100Mb/s or 1Gb/s).
See User's guide.

This is a great app, after trying ffmpegx and a couple of others this is the one I stuck with. Although I continue to use ffmpegx as a backup I haven't had to resort to it for quite awhile, that and the ipod touch preset works great.

Very nice program. I use this now as my main video converter to convert misc. formats to DivX avi's. Between this and ffmpegx (now my backup), I don't come across many "problem" files anymore.

Had an avi file I'd been trying to figure out how to burn to DVD for years. Tried everything I could think of on both the mac and PC to convert it to some format that was writable to a video DVD. No luck. Until now. VisualHub not only did the conversion, it burned the whole disc for me as well. All in one step. Indispensable.

I'm trying to like this app but I'm having so many problems and NONE of my questions on the support forum get answered. It's hard to recommend with such poor support.

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