What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing ExportW2Q

Mac software ExportW2Q

TOKYO (MacHouse) – It’s been a while since we released a new software title. Well, we’ve just released a new Mac software title. It’s called ExportW2Q . ExportW2Q is just a simple movie export app, which lets you convert WMV movies into QuickTime movies, one at a time.

Mac software ExportW2Q
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ExportW2Q is a product of MacHouse.

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2 Responses to What’s Coming Up Next? – MacHouse Releasing ExportW2Q

  1. Minter says:

    I am using ExportW2Q 1.0.0 in Mac OS 10.9.4. Recently purchased from AppStore.

    Followed the Users Guide to create some presets for exporting wmv files. Here’s where the first ambiguity arises: Do these settings depend on the characteristics of the wmv file chosen for exporting? That is, if I want a successful export, I have to have these settings right? If that’s the case, then the term “Export settings” is misleading. It should rather be something like “source file settings” or something similar.

    In any case, I made some presets for four different wmv files and attempted to export them. In each case, the progress bar would open up for maybe 5-10 secs then close. The resulting files were only 36K in size. Looks like the file conversion just gave up, although there was no indication from the software.

    For example, the Movie Info for one wmv file (of size 371 Mb) was as follows:

    Video –
    Format: WMV3
    Codec ID: WMV3
    Bit rate mode: Variable
    Bit rate: 2 477 Kbps
    Width/Height: 640×480
    Display aspect ratio: 4:3
    Frame rate mode: Variable
    Frame rate: 29.970 fps
    Min/max frame rates: 29.382 fps/30.582 fps
    Bits/(Pixel*Frame): 0.269

    ID: 2
    Format, codec: WMA2, WMA2
    Bit rate mode: Variable
    Bit rate: 56.3 Kbps
    Channels: 2 channels
    Sampling rate: 44.1 KHz
    Bit depth: 16 bits
    Stream size: 7.85 MiB (2%)

    The instructions in the User’s Guide are not very helpful, especially with regard to the bit rates. The preset interface did allow me to enter “2477” for Video bit rate, but it wouldn’t permit the exact Audio bit rate of 56.3 indicated by Move Info. So I chose 96 Kpbs.

    Other Export settings I chose were straightforward: 44.1 KHz, 29.97 fps and 640×480.

    As I said, this “exported” a file only 36K in size.

    Comment: This software is not working for me, and the Users Guide provides no insight as to why it isn’t, even though I followed the instructions to the letter.

    I am sorry that a trial version of this software was not available.

  2. We are sorry for inadequate application’s user’s guide. Please contact Mac App Store to get a refund. There is a trial version available if you go to application’s web site.

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