You can specify the output format and the output folder, and the detailed video and audio settings.
Select an output format from the format list below:
Specify the output destination folder:
You can click the Open button next to the output folder option to open the output folder.
Merge into one file: check this box to combine the selected items and convert them to one file.
Settings: Click to specify the advanced settings about the output files in detailed.
Video Section: You can set Codec, BitRate, Size, and FrameRate to optimize the quality of the video.
Audio Section: You can set Codec, BitRate, SampleRate and Channels to make the quality better.
Video Codec: Set the video codec for the encoding engine uses. It is the methods of compression for videos, e.g., WMV, DivX, XviD, h.264, MPEG, etc and could related to the output format you select.
Video Size (pix): Set suitable frame size or screen resolution for playback on different devices. The format is 'width x height' like 320x240, 640x480 or 1920x1080 pixels.
Video BitRate (kbps): Set video bitrate (in kbit/s). It is very important for relating to the output video quality and file size---the larger the bit rate you choose, the better the video quality and the bigger the output file you will get, and vice versa.Tip: When you select one format from Common Video as your output file, you have the choice to directly set the high, medium, low output quality from the drop list of Bitrate.
Video FrameRate (fps): Set how many frames should be displayed per second (FPS). Choosing higher frame rate, the video you played back could be more smoothly, and usually it is enough to select 25 to 30 frame per second, for it can provide a very good viewing experience for you.
Audio Codec: Set the audio codec for the encoding engine uses. It is the methods of compression for audios, e.g., AC3, AAC, MP3, etc and could related to the output format you select.
Audio BitRate (bps): Set the audio bitrate in bits per second.
Audio SampleRate (hz): Set the audio sampling frequency (the number of samples per second such as 44100 Hz).
Audio Channels: Set audio channels. The commonly used channels for digital audios are 1 (Mono), 2 (Stereo) and 5.1 (Dolby Digital).