A new tutorial for VidCoder has just been posted.
The guide shows you how to use VidCoder to convert your video files, DVDs and Blu-ray movies to the more common MKV and MP4 formats.
VidCoder is based on the popular Handbrake engine, but provides a nice an easy to use interface that beginners can pick up quickly. But it also includes options to change the more advanced features, and has a nice batch processing/job queueing feature.
Things like multiple audio languages, subtitles, are easily handled (except that Blu-ray subtitles cannot be read at the moment from the source ... yet), and makes it easy to select which part of the disc/file to encode (by chapter, or by time).
The full tutorial can be read here on our newly re-designed articles pages: