Anyone know of a good video encoder with GUI
I love my SUSE Linux Distro. I pretty much can do everything I would normally do on Windoze, except encoding video in the way I am used to in Windoze.
You see in windows, I used programs such as AVIsynth, Virtual Dub, and TMPGEnc. I know that I could try Wine to run the windoze version, but I really would like to know if there are comparable native linux encoders with the power and flexability as these programs, with a simple yet intuitive GUI.
Note: AVISynth is script based video editor. However it's scripts are easy to write and are used to frame serve your enhanced videos to Virtual Dub, TMPGEnc, or even PSPVideo9.
What i would like is one that can do AVC and Xvid, which i use the most often.
it has to have a GUI. I used very powerfull, highly optimized video encoders on Windoze, that had very easy to use GUI (Virtual Dub and TMPGENc), without loosing functionality.
I don't see why there could not be such apps for Linux.