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ReJig v0.5f

Open source
Win2k / WinXP
ReJig is a Windows GUI-based MPEG-2 transcoding utility using compressed domain transcoding (as used in other one click tools). It is pretty fast and it's the first open source implementation available on the Windows platform.

Keywords:
rejig mpeg2 transcoding transcoder freeware compressed domain

License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 17 Nov 2005
Downloads 85,783
File size 403.79 kB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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ReJig v0.5e

I am rating Rejig as Excellent! because it's just helped me solve a three-day-old problem =) I can only vouch for its DVD Authoring capabilites, but where IfoEdit fell down, Rejig did the job! I have been trying to author an M2V/AC3 pair encoded from an NTSC XviD source (23.976fps).

Despite performing pulldown on the M2V, IfoEdit produced a DVD with a frame rate of 29.97fps instead of 23.976. Therefore, the DVD had a shorter runtime than expected. Whilst this is not a problem over the course of a two hour movie, it is far from ideal for a three-minute music video!

No matter what I tried in terms of pulldown I couldn't get IfoEdit to author the DVD at the desired frame rate. Hence I tried Rejig and it worked first time! So if you're having problems with authoring NTSC movies in IfoEdit, give Rejig a whirl. The interface is practically the same.