XMedia Recode is a video and audio transcoding program for Microsoft Windows developed by Sebastian Dörfler. It can convert unprotected DVDs or DVD files to any supported output file. It features a drag-and-drop style interface and uses job queuing and batch processing to automate the task of transcoding multiple files.
Output to “Video and Audio”, “Video only” or “Audio only”
Copy video and/or audio tracks from input file (to avoid conversion)
Presets (called Profiles) for various media devices (e.g. PS3, Xbox 360, iPhone, PSP, Zune and more)
Multiple languages (German, English, French, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Polish, Russian)
Includes a Bitrate-Calculator that can calculate the required video bitrate to achieve a desired filesize based on various Media (CD, DVD, \memory cards, etc.) Allows users to choose a percentage of the media for fine controlling.
Supports multiple Audio Tracks
Displays basic media info about each video using MediaInfo. A more detailed view can be accessed from the right click context menu for each video.
Supports batch processing when multiple videos are selected in the main interface (via ctrl+click or shift+click). Multiple highlighted jobs will all have the same conversion settings and multiple jobs will be added simultaneously.
Supports adding external audio tracks and subtitles files.