ffmpegX, my video encoder of choice, has released a new version (0.0.9w) that is a Universal Binary (I bet it encodes like lightening on one of the now Intel Macs). This version only supports OS X 10.3 or higher, so you pre-Panther folks will need to use an older version.

Other than the Universal goodness that this release brings, the other big news is that ffmpegX can now encode Flash video for use on blogs (or anywhere else that supports it).

The price? Free $15 (turns out it is shareware.  Who knew?).

Thanks,
Ultim8Fury.

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