Software applications are built for different purposes and BeSweet’s is to allow transcoding audio information from a DVD to different file formats.
The product saves you from an installation routine as once the contents of the downloaded archive are extracted all you need to do is launch the executable.
However, popping up is not a graphical interface but a console-based one. You can try working with the application this way but there is also the possibility to install a GUI for it to make things easier.
As soon as the application is started the console window displays the necessary information for handling the program and the commands it supports.
File input support includes both video and audio data, MP3, OGG, PCM, WAV, VOB and AVI being among the formats. As expected, the output format is audio only and counts MP2, MP3, WAV, OGG, AC3 and AIFF.
Working with the application
The command details are pretty self-explanatory but most users need more to be able to handle the program properly because the main screen shows only how to work with the default settings in the application. Additional information, however, is present in the “help” folder of the product’s directory.
It should comprise sufficient details to enable a more experienced users reach the desired result. Nevertheless, the graphical user interface makes for a much more comfortable environment that allows making the necessary settings for the desired end result faster.
Among the advantages of BeSweet is manipulation of the sound so that it comes out at a specific quality. As such, it has support for various compression levels and it can create multi-channel WAV or AIFF files.
BeSweet is quite powerful but it fails to provide the comfortable environment most users would like. Should you try to load the GUI take into consideration the fact that it may not work on the latest editions of Windows.