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July 13, 2009, 4:58 pm
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Seen about SUPER using a couple of files it brought in. Scanners say the
command line apps two files are malware. One Firewall saw SUPER try
browse the local network and access the internet without being invited.
Is it typical?
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Re: Video Converter
I can't find the exact post you're referring but those that are linking to
are from 3 years ago. Super's quirkiness and
installation of dll's into the System32 subdirectory have previously been
discussed. There's a reference in the Videohelp comments to a forum that
discussed it at length and concluded that Super was "clean". They've
supposedly upgraded the instatllation and uninstallation procedure of the
program. However, their website, Erightsoft.net continues to be problematic
because you have to lessen your firewall security just to be able to download
Check the Afterdawn or Videohelp forums for comments about Super.
I prefer to use Mediacoder anyway (and that frequently asks to contact the
net to check for updates or news about the program. You can just have your
firewall deny access, or let it check and use a program like TCPview to close
the connection yourself after it checks.
Re: Video Converter
It seems to me I heard somewhere that macco wrote in article
Medicoder has been my favorite for quite a while; my main problem has
been during updating, which doesn't always go according to plan on my
Recently I've tried Format Factory (http://www.pcfreetime.com /) which
comes close to being automatic once you set your preferred codecs and
other parameters. I'm not sure whether it can do everything that
Medicoder does, but it does nearly everything I'm interested in.
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