- June 2, 2006 at 11:33 am
Procoder 2.0 has a nice feature that alows you to join two files together during the encoding process. I find this feature extremely valuable when customizing videos for a variety of endusers with their contact information at the end. With the base programs exported from the timeline once, I only need to export one specialized ending for each new user and Procoder stitches them all together.
My problem is that while Procoder produces excellent WMP encodes, it does not have good QT encoding capability. Limited to one pass encoding or old codecs the results are disapointing.
Sorenson squeeze has better, 2 pass encoding for QT, with acceptable results, but does not seem to have the stitching options.
Is there any program out there that does excellent QT encoding that has batching capability that also has this joining or “stitiching” capability?
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