Working with various media types can be bad enough, trying to figure out how they've been encoded can be even more difficult. Worse, if you want to use video encoded in the late 90s, it will have been encoded with various Intel codecs that have long-since been dropped. Playing media encoded with this video is impossible on some systems. You might hear the audio, but not be able to see the video.
MediaCoder 0.6 is a tool that will take your old video and convert it to another format. Better still, you can encode your video in a format that is playable on another device. For instance, you might want to encode your video for playback through a portable media device. Don't go searching for various codecs when you can simply use MediaCoder 0.6 to re-engineer your media.
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