A chapter editing tool that comes with support for a plethora of file formats, and a tab-based interface comprising accessible editors for you to work with.
- Version : rev0.50 / 1.00 Alpha 6
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :hubblec4
chapterEditor includes multiple tools that make it easier for you to manage chapters for a plethora of file formats. With a tab-based interface and various configuration options, this lightweight application aims to meet the needs of all users who want to manipulate video files.
An assortment of compatible chapter file formats
No installation is required so chapterEditor will start with a double click, revealing its multi-tabbed GUI and all the integrated editors. Its highlight stands in the fact that it gathers chapter editing tools for multiple file formats under the same roof.
The array of compatible sources includes DVD IFOs, Blu-ray mpls, multiAVCHD files, OGG chapter text files, 3GPP TTXT files, ChapterGrabber.chapters files, tsMuxer meta files, VLC bookmark files, xml Matroska chapters file, CHP files (created by Hybrid), CCE SP text file, DVD Author text files, Muxman data, and the list does not end here. It can also process Matroska files but note that MKVToolNix must be installed beforehand.
Dedicated editors for each supported chapter file format
Each editor has a name that speaks for itself, so it’s easy to find the one you need for your chapter file. Depending on the editor, you can create a chapter file from scratch and add your own chapters, or load files from a Blu-ray or a DVD. Most of the editors enable you to name chapters as you wish and bundle chapter time adjustment options. Additionally, you can modify the FPS rate for the input file.
Thanks to the Multi Editions Editor, you can easily save your Blu-ray videos to MKV format and organize chapters in the process. The Matroska Menu Editor is specifically designed for Matroska files (MKV, MKA, MK3D) but it cannot process any without MKVToolNix. In turn, the DVD2mkv Editor can mux tracks stored on a DVD and save them to MKV format.
A versatile chapter editor for experienced users
chapterEditor is a powerful tool in the right hands of users who understand the way chapter files are constructed and know how to handle them. The array of compatible file formats, combined with its video configuration editing tools and the tab-based GUI offer it the versatility that makes it worth your while.