How to convert NDI mov file to mp4 ?

nilay.mehta

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I am recording the video using Application.NDIRecording.x64.exe and it saves the file in .mov format.
How to convert NDI mov file to mp4 ?
 
Well, I shopped around and it seems there are no current products for this. What about vMix or OBS? Ingest NDI and record in MP4.

We might code a solution in the near future.
 

LMAVGuy

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You can use Handbrake or VLC to transcode to another format. FFMPEG will open the file as well and convert but is strictly command line. I highly recommend the GUI front end to FFMPEG called FF-Works For OSX since I use that to do high quality conversions from anything to anything....but the easiest would be Handbrake to convert to standard MP4. I tested all 3 and they all work.
 
You can use Handbrake or VLC to transcode to another format. FFMPEG will open the file as well and convert but is strictly command line. I highly recommend the GUI front end to FFMPEG called FF-Works For OSX since I use that to do high quality conversions from anything to anything....but the easiest would be Handbrake to convert to standard MP4. I tested all 3 and they all work.
I agree there are plenty of methods to convert in batch after being recorded. ffmpeg being the quickest.
 

LMAVGuy

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I agree there are plenty of methods to convert in batch after being recorded. ffmpeg being the quickest.
Handbrake can do batch, however I didn't test Handbrake on Windows, only OSX....also the front end I use, FF-Works, does batch as well..but is OSX only. I have used some basic GUI front ends for FFMPEG on Windows but I have not looked at them recently...but Handbrake would be your easiest answer for a quick and dirty conversion, or batch conversion. VLC can do the job as well, but requires a few more mouse clicks I believe. Anything VLC can view can be transcoded, for the most part but Handbrake is just much easier for the novice user to navigate.
 
Handbrake can do batch, however I didn't test Handbrake on Windows, only OSX....also the front end I use, FF-Works, does batch as well..but is OSX only. I have used some basic GUI front ends for FFMPEG on Windows but I have not looked at them recently...but Handbrake would be your easiest answer for a quick and dirty conversion, or batch conversion. VLC can do the job as well, but requires a few more mouse clicks I believe. Anything VLC can view can be transcoded, for the most part but Handbrake is just much easier for the novice user to navigate.
I believe @nilay.mehta is using Windows because of the .exe mentioned.
 
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