A single product license out of the full ER Media ToolKit Pro Bundle.
Available for Mac OS10.12 or later, Windows 7, 8, 10
BRxDVD was designed to help you prepare any video media for DVD and Blu-ray authoring at ease.
BRxDVD Pro offers:
- Extremely fast workflow powered by the free FFmpeg render engine which provides superb quality and renders speed.
- Convert any video into either DVD (mpeg2 format) or Blu-ray (mp4/m2ts).
- Rotate converted video 90 Degrees Clockwise, 180 Degrees, 90 Degrees Counter Clockwise.
- Automatically adjusts videos to selected standard: PAL/NTSC/FILM/PAL x2/NTSC x2
- Automatically adjusts input videos frame rate to the selected standard.
- Automatically adjusts videos aspect ratio 4:3 / 16:9
- Burn a visual Timecode on any output video and configure its position, color, size, border, box color, and more.
Disclaimer: The “ER Media ToolKit” software is merely a bridge between the user and other installed software on the user’s machine, such as the free FFmpeg binaries, the MediaInfo application, any installed media player, and the operating system File Explorer/Finder.
It works by reading the user input in the graphical UI and translating those user inputs into textual command-line arguments that are the native method to communicate with the free FFmpeg libraries, and by communicating with the native operating system File Explorer/Finder to handle files and folders, and by sending playback requests to media players that the user has on his system, and sending technical media data analysis requests to media analysis software in case they exist on the user’s system.
Therefore, our tools do not create, playback, and/or analyze any media files, it only handles other tools and media files created by the free FFmpeg binaries to expedite user workflows for users who understand the benefits and drawbacks of working with the FFmpeg project.
*Important Note: Any kind of ProRes, DNxHD, DNxHR created using the FFmpeg encoding algorithms is not officially certified by Apple and/or Avid and should be treated as such.
Furthermore, Audio Spot does not claim ownership over FFmpeg, nor do ask for any sort of payment for FFmpeg, the relevant owners are: https://ffmpeg.org