Internet Friendly Media Encoder 8.3.6

Internet Friendly Media Encoder (IFME) will help you encode your movies into H.265 standard by using the Open Source x265, with a simple interface. IFME is essentially a GUI front-end for other multimedia tools: ffmpeg, x265, faac, ffms, mkvmerge, mp4box, MediaInfo. Using IFME, you can encode and compress videos up to 50% without losing the original quality. HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding, aka H.265) can cut file sizes by half - maybe more - when compared to H.264. IFME features include custom video or audio settings, adding subtitles and attachments (for MKVs), setting CPU priority and affinity, and more. It is also capable of encoding and compressing much more your lossless audio by using OpenCL acceleration. IFME typically operates smoothly on Microsoft Windows 10, 8, 8.1, and 7, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit setup.

IFME: Advanced media encoder for exceptional audio encoding
IFME doesn't handle only video; it also excels in great audio encoding, supporting a diverse range of formats including Opus, Ogg Vorbis, AAC, Dolby AC3, Nero AAC, and FLAC. This includes Opus and Ogg Vorbis for efficient and high-quality open-source audio compression. Additionally, IFME excels in handling AAC, a versatile audio codec ideal for various digital applications, as well as Dolby AC3, commonly used in multimedia and home theater systems. For those seeking exceptional audio quality, IFME offers support for Nero AAC, ensuring precision in Nero AAC file conversions. Furthermore, IFME caters to audiophiles and professionals by accommodating FLAC, a renowned lossless audio compression format.

Internet Friendly Media Encoder

Latest version: 8.3.6 / 7.7 (20 Jul 2024)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows 7/8/10/11
Download: IFME-8.3.6-net48.7z (291.0 MB)
Download: ifme7.7-x86x64_windows.exe (172.0 MB)
Download: Portable x64 (161.0 MB)
Download: Portable x86 (119.0 MB)

See also:
TEncoder
QtlMovie
MKVToolnix
Videomass2

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