Popular video Converter HandBrake has been released after 13 years
The converters are designed to change video format for viewing the movie or TV program on a specific device or application. It can be iPhone, iPod, iPad, Apple TV or iTunes. In addition, converters allow you to change the file size by compression of video with a decrease in the quality (FPS/resolution/bitrate). Today, after 13 years of testing from the beta released a popular Converter HandBrake for Mac.
Handbrake was originally created as a tool for cloning DVDs, but then turned into a universal video Converter. Now it converts almost any video into desired format. Flawless, reliable, easy to use and, most importantly, absolutely free.
Handbrake provides a wide setting parameters of converting and image quality, user-friendly interface, support for ffmpeg and XviD, support for subtitles, chapters and DVD and batch file processing.
In the 1.0 version of Handbrake has received a number of significant improvements, including gesture support Drag and Drop, new menu items to Undo/redo, add to queue, improved preview with sound and subtitles, and others.
Handbrake supports codec x265 v1.4, which allows twice as good to compress the image. This means that downloading the same movie in the same quality will take the user twice less time than before.
The program runs faster conversion with support for Intel QuickSync Video. This is a hardware compressor in H. 264, the possibility of using Intel processors for faster video processing.
To download the final 1.0 version of Handbrake for Mac, Windows and Linux is available for free on the developers website.