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Nero's Recode 12 for Windows (Download) rips video files from discs and converts them to other formats for compatibility with different devices such as phones and tablets. It can rip from DVDs, Blu-ray discs, and CDs. It also converts video files already stored on your computer, and it can download videos from sites like YouTube and Facebook and convert them. Any audio incorporated in a video file gets included in a conversion. Many video formats, like MPEG-2, support audio within them.
Recode 12 can also rip just the audio from a disc or stored video file and convert it for use with various audio devices, like MP3 players. Some basic editing functions are moreover available for editing the audio files prior to finalizing them. You can, for example, trim an audio clip or merge parts of several audio clips. (Recode 12 supports ripping audio from DVDs and Blu-ray discs, but not from CDs. Nero programs like Nero BurningROM or Nero Express are available for ripping CDs.)
Recode 12 comes pre-configured with profiles for many popular devices, such as iPhones and Android phones. All the conversion settings a particular device requires are already set up in the associated profile, and all you have to do is just drag-and-drop a file directly into the profile, and Recode 12 will automatically begin converting. You can also manually select the exact settings you want from drop-down menus -- the exact format, bitrate, frame rate, aspect ratio, and other settings you want, and you can choose to save these settings in custom profiles.
Recode 12 can convert individual files or batches of files. It supports CUDA, AMD App, and Intel Quick Sync Video acceleration for 4x accelerated processing, especially useful for batch processing.
Rips videos from discs and converts them for compatibility with different devices
Supports DVDs, Blu-ray discs, and CDs
Converts video files already stored on your computer
Downloads videos from sites like YouTube and Facebook and converts them
Extracts audio from video discs and stored video files (CDs not supported)
Features trim, merge, and other basic audio editing functions
Includes devices profiles for many popular devices, enabling drag-and-drop conversions
Conversion settings can be selected manually from drop-down menus
Converts individual files or batches of files
Supports CUDA, AMD App, and Intel Quick Sync Video acceleration
Table of Contents
Minimum System Requirements
Windows XP SP3 (32 bit), Windows Vista SP2 or later (32/64 bit), Windows 7 SP1 Home Premium, Professional or Ultimate (32/64 bit), Windows 8 (32/64 bit)
For HD video conversion: Intel Core II Duo 2.2 GHz processor / AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ 2.6 GHz, 2 GB RAM
For SD video conversion: 2 GHz AMD or Intel processor, 1 GB RAM
150 MB hard drive space for a typical installation of all components
Microsoft DirectX 9.0 compliant graphics card with 3D acceleration, 16 bit color, and a minimum of 128 MB video memory is required (32 bit, true color, 256 MB dedicated video RAM, and support for Shader Model 3.0 is recommended)
CD, DVD, or Blu-ray disc drive for ripping
DirectX 9.0c revision 30 (August 2006)
Windows Media Player 9
Third party components such as Microsoft Windows Installer 4.5, Microsoft .NET 4, Microsoft DirectX, or Adobe Flash, are included with the download of the suite
Internet connection is required for download and for some services
*On 64 bit operating systems, applications run in 32 bit emulation mode
*Any add-on devices must be correctly installed and recognized by the operating system for the product to work properly
*Installation of the latest WHQL certified device drivers is strongly recommended
Supported Output Formats
Some of the supported output formats (the rest aren't specified by the manufacturer):