MainConcept debuts MPEG Encoder for Macintosh

MainConcept, a world leader in codec and video editing technology, today announced the immediate availability of its MPEG Encoder Mac. The new product is a QuickTime-to-MPEG converter featuring speed and quality comparable to that of MainConcept

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  2. i may try this one out. i feel that the encoder in imovie sucks really bad, maybe i’m doing it wrong or maybe someone can help me.

    it pisses me off because my friends who encode in wmv-9 end up having great video footage, whereas i use imovie and my videos look like crap. i’ve tried mpeg2- mpeg4, sorenson 3-mov, sorenson-mov, and nothing looks as good as wmv9 it drives me crazy.

    can someone please help me out?! maybe this program will do it i’ll give it a shot

  3. I found that a full DV quality export from iMovie works best. Then use Cleaner. But direct from iMovie, a Quicktime movie with MEPG compression rather than direct MPEG export works better. IMO

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