ReduxEncoder converts many popular non-drm video files, such as AVI, WMV, MKV, MP4, into formats suitable for Apple TV, iPhone and iPod, as well as other generic video formats.
Queue up a batch of files for conversion.
This update includes updated code signing as required by versions of OS X newer than 10.9.4.
Ratings and Reviews
Lack of features
Screenshots online show options like output location settings and stitching. This version does not have it. No advanced options. Basically a waste of money when Handbrake has more options and for free.
This is the Video Converter that you want to own for your Mac.
I have used this since it was in beta. It does everything, well nearly everything as far as files are concerned. It is easy to use, does a super job and you just can't beat it. Well worth the $4.99. I would grab this up before the developer raises the price. It does clear conversions and has so many settings that you can choose from, yet it is not complicated to use. Still thinking about it? Don't think, Buy it Today. And no I do not work for the developer, I just love his product. It Rocks!
Needs work, very buggy.
Speedy conversion but has a lack of options. Importing mutliple files into it is very buggy. It leaves about every third file out without telling you. Sometimes it doesn't even let you add a file until you restart the app. A step backwards from previous verisons. Could easily be improved to become the best conversion app on OS X but as of right now it isn't worth paying for unfortunately.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.