Encoders have become so important nowadays simply because of all the video and audio formats that exist and all the devices you can play media on.
RoadMovie is a good batch encoder, if you want to handle a couple of videos at once. The application features a number of presets, so you don't have to muck around with encoding. Just select whether you want your video to work on an iPod, PSP or other device and let RoadMovie do the rest. If you're the kind of person that likes playing with settings though, you'll be glad to know you can create your very own custom presets.
RoadMovie also lets you add in subtitles in common formats like .srt and .sub.
Once your movie is ready you can upload it on the internet via destinations like FTP, S3, .Mac or WebDav.
RoadMovie is a great batch encoder, with good presets, subtitle support and upload possibilities. A good choice if you're looking for a simple yet powerful solution.
- All Apple presets now generates proper m4v files.
- Apple TV 2 and iPad presets now exports in 720p.
- All new Web presets. Export to mp4, ogg and WebM in 360p, 480p and 720p.
- Hard-coded subtitles is possible for all formats including the new Web presets.
- Added a basic subtitle editor to fix spelling errors and such.
- Updated the Mozilla Universal Detector lib. Now properly detects UTF-16 encoded subtitle files.
- Fixed some visual glitches in the Main window when adding/removing files.
- Fixed some visual glitches in the Preferences window.
- Tweaked the tagChimp search terms for better metadata results.
- Improved the subtitle parser to better handle duplicate and overlapped entries.
- Better support for Apple TV 1 by producing m4v files.
- Amazon S3 Destination removed.
- Removed the annoying delay when adding a large movie to the queue.
- Subtitle search templates updated for a couple of sites.
- Updated the built-in Help.
- Dutch localization by Ronald van der Meer.
- Spanish localization by Emilio Perez Egido.
- [BUGFIX] Quick Start Movie now stops when closing the Welcome window.
- [BUGFIX] Launching the app by dragging and dropping a file onto it's icon no longer leads to a crash.