Rad Video Tools 1.994i

Rad Video Tools contains a simple BIK Video Player and Converter that gives you total control over and Bink (.bik) and Smacker (.smk) video files for any game that uses this compression technology. Bink videos look amazing! Bink 2 videos look absolutely perfect - it uses a sophisticated deblocking algorithm, so your videos will look great even at super low data rates. Bink will always make the best possible video for your data rate. Developed by RAD Game Tools, is a proprietary video file format (extension .bik) developed by RAD Game Tools and used primarily in computer games. The RAD Video Tools give you everything you need to create, use and distribute Bink and Smacker video files. The program comes with several predefined conversion profiles and also supports custom encoder settings for advanced users. Rad Video Tools also includes an option to convert QuickTime (.MOV, .MP4) file formats to .AVI. Requires QuickTime Codecs to be installed on your computer.

Rad Video Tools 1.994i changelog:
Added a new simplified way to redirect Bink's IO functions without having to completely replace the IO system. See the new BinkSetOSFileCallbacks API.
Made gamma setting during compression not cost any extra CPU.
Fixed the Linux 32-bit function export settings (bug from 2.4h).
Fixed an iOS link error (bug from 2.4h).
Fixed an Android link error (bug from 2.4h).
Fixed a file open crash on Android (bug from 2.4h).
When running on Xaudio2 on Windows, we close and reopen the Xaudio device if you call BinkSoundUseXAudio2 with a zero multiple times. This way you can have Bink reopen the audio device after a headphone is removed (but only if all the Binks are closed first).

Rad Video Tools Screenshot

Bink Converter Interface

Latest version: 1.994i (24 Oct 2014)
License: Freeware
System requirements: Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista/7/8
Download: RADTools.exe (1.2 MB)

See also:
Wondershare Video Converter
LAV Filters
madVR
FFDShow Tryouts

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