Shutter Encoder - video tools

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Shutter Encoder - video tools

#1 Post by webfork »

Not to be confused with the system power automation tool Shutter Lite, Shutter Encoder is a very promising video encoding tool with some excellent features, including extraction, cut without re-encoding, and filters. Nice to see it supports more recent formats like AV1.

Distributes a 64-bit only "portable" version.

Status: Not portable: Writes to C:\Users\USERNAME\Documents\Shutter Encoder

Cross-platform with clients for Mac and Windows (Java based)

License: GPL v3

https://www.shutterencoder.com
https://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedi ... oder.shtml

Changelog: https://www.shutterencoder.com/changelog.html

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#2 Post by Llewelyn »

Before running the program create a settings.xml file in its folder
Not stealth - empty folder at %Userprofile%
Move to submission forum

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#3 Post by Llewelyn »

Version 18.0 is out and no more empty folders. Stealth

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#4 Post by Midas »

FTR, Shutter Encoder latest version is v18.0 released 2024-03-20 (changes at https://www.shutterencoder.com/changelog.html).

And a couple more info tidbits, then (official support forum is at 'r/shutterencoder/')...

SE appears to be Java based (OpenJDK v20.0 files are included with portable) but surprisingly fast in opening, that being the case...
Shutter Encoder makes use of FFmpeg to handle its encoding, allowing support for almost every codec you’ve ever heard of, and many more you haven't. Don’t just take our word for it though, Avid themselves recommend Shutter Encoder as part of your Media Composer and ProTools ingesting workflow!
Shutter Encoder is completely free software without any limitations or advertising. It continues to exist thanks to donations.

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#5 Post by Andrew Lee »

Added to the database: https://www.portablefreeware.com/?id=3104

Please vote!

As far as I can remember, this is the first Java app I have encountered that doesn't "feel" like one. Starts fast on my old laptop and runs smoothly. The whole she-bang is >250MB on disk, so it might not be everyone's cup of tea, but a great tool to have if you don't mind the size.

I listed system compatibility as only Win10, since that's what I've got and I can't find any other info on this. If you have anything to add, please let me know.

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#6 Post by zorro »

Should run on systems down to Win 7 - here on my Win 8.1 without VC-runtimes and other stuff it works.
But it's not stealth - at least on Win 8.1 it leaves a folder ".swt" in C:\Users\user\

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#7 Post by Midas »

Cool -- thanks for checking, zorro. 8)

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#8 Post by Andrew Lee »

Thanks zorro. Database entry updated accordingly.

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