The legendary cult program to convert MPEG-2 files to MPEG-4 ones is beginning to show its professional colors - version 0.6 of FlasK MPEG is visually more appealing and provides a graphical interface that's easier to handle. And that's not all! The first extensive tests with Windows 98 SE and Windows 2000 demonstrated that the tool is substantially more stable and less likely to crash than its predecessors.
The new program's real selling point, however, was supposed to be its ability to support dual processor functions. It should be obvious, however, that dual-processing capabilities are only possible with Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0.
Even at relatively low data rates, video quality is still quite satisfactory.
- FlasK MPEG - Faster And Easier To Handle!
- FlasK MPEG - Faster And Easier To Handle!, Continued
- Expanded Support For AMD And Intel
- Dual CPU Support: Not Yet Integrated
- Data Rate Vs. Video Quality
- Expanded Audio Functions: Increasing The Volume
- Improved MPEG-4 Codec: Divx 3.22
- Weaknesses - 4 GB Limit And No NFO Acceptance