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What's new in MP4Tools 3.4.5:
- Fixed an initial set of Yosemite related bugs
- Fixed bug where log files of identical processes get appended instead of rewritten
- Fixed a bug that could cause crashes when editing jobs from the queue
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Uncomplicated video processor that can produce MP4 videos in no time
To start using the MP4Tools application, you must import the video, audio, and subtitle tracks you want to include in your project. All imported files can be visualized in list mode in the top area of the app’s main window.
In the bottom area of the same window you get to adjust details related to the MP4 output, or switch to the video editor. The latter allows you to extract a segment from a source video, to change the MP4 pixel aspect ratio, to merge or remux files, or to edit their metadata.
Effortlessly customize the output MP4 files by applying various presets
Within the MP4Tools main window you have the option to manually select the tracks you want to convert, or have the utility automatically select only the first ones. At the same time, you can choose to extract only the selected tracks.
In addition, you can use different video and audio encoding modes, you can change the bit rate, or the subtitle mode. Note that to be able to edit the subtitles, in the MP4Tools preferences window you must provide the path to your SUBtools installation.
User friendly video editing solution that can convert files to the MP4 format in order to make them compatible with Apple devices
MP4Tools proposes simple but efficient solutions for dealing with popular video files: you can merge them together, you can extract only a certain portion, or you can convert them to the MP4 file format. To make sure you are satisfied with the result before exporting, the MP4Tools utility also enables you to preview the videos.
MP4Tools was reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on November 4th, 2014
Runs on: Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Intel only)
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