Version 5vs V4: why get the new version ?

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Version 5vs V4: why get the new version ?

Postby Annelise » Wed Oct 03, 2012 3:13 pm

You may be wondering what is this new V5 offering?
What new features have been added, is it really worth upgrading from Version 4?
What has taken so long to develop?

Well here is a quick list of the new features we've developped for V5 and why you won't look back! :-)
NB: We have not removed any options from ConvertX 4, but we have added new possibilities. Anything you were familiar with V4 is still there, it might be displayed differently though. More guides on how to use V5 to come!

1. New Interface

New display for clearer view and new live preview: no more converting files you're not totally happy with, no more wondering how the menu, the file, the subs, etc will come out.
Any editing is shown live on the preview.


Now you can customize your menus like an artist!


New feature: Edit menu duration!

2. New edition options

Subtitles, with new advanced features, like embedding subs directly into the video


NEW: add brightness and contrast for a better image, flip the video:


Video format: select the right format according to your TV screen, apply your own values for ultimate editing:


NEW: Remove unwanted parts of your video: say goodbye to ads, or anything you want to cut out, anywhere in the video, with exact selection (frame by frame) for professional result.


3. Encoding Features

A new conversion engine has been developped especially for this V5.
Now you can have faster conversions with the simultaneous conversion feature (if you add more than one video) and hardware decoding (if available on your PC):


Also in version 5:
- better audio quality due to rewritten engine
- ability to hardcode subtitles
- better support for ts files
- audio/video desynchronisation problems should be nearly non-existant - one of the main reasons for rewritten engine
- add chapters support (original chapters supported and/or import chapters from list)
- better support for DVD and blu-ray movies/series and input (discriminator added), multi-angle films supported
- Version 5 has a new text renderer, meaning we are using a different engine than what was used in version 4 for text in menus and subtitles. We are now using Free type text renderer which provides visually nicer results.
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