multiAVCHD is a simple solution for those who want to compile multiple video formats into a single, navigable structure. The output result is destined for audio discs, USB / SD / SDHC equipped Blu-Ray disc players, HD-DVD or SD-DVD players.
Using multiAVCHD, you can easily combine multiple files and include them into a single structure. Although it is capable to create complex compilations and offers a wide range of settings you can use, multiAVCHD is an easy-to-use application. Its tab-based interface allows you to easily select the desired preferences while viewing every action you perform in a log window.
You can add video files and audio titles to your compilation and edit each one of them by accessing the 'Properties' window. This way you can change the files' name and poster image, cut its start or end, as well as set actions for when the playback is over.
From the 'Author' tab, users are able to configure the welcome screen, set the general preferences, as well as choose the audio titles, video and chapter options.
multiAVCHD allows you to create a menu for your output assemblage, which can be customize by accessing the designated tab. The changes you can make include headline and footer, font and menu types. Another interesting feature is that multiAVCHD enables you to add a background image to the menu or even a background video.
Whichever is your option, customization options are available; you can set the saturation, brightness, and contrast levels or the blur amount.
Moreover, the application offers you the possibility to create chapters with names for your compilation, for better organization. The menu creating process is complex, as you can customize the displayed buttons, title thumbnails and menu encoding quality.
Furthermore, customization options extend to the subtitles options as well; as such, you can select the font, shadow, alignment or transparency, as well as audio conversion settings, including AC3 bitrate level.
multiAVCHD is a great solution for generating multimedia compilations, including Bly-Ray and PS3 outputs. It may take a considerable amount of time to configure all the settings for multiAVCHD, but this is a minor impediment considering the benefits it brings you.