The Batch Export Utility is a simple Mac OSX and Windows XP program for recompressing and resizing a folder of quicktime media to a different format. Many live video applications perform best with a low-cpu intensive codec, such as PhotoJPG, but the variety of codecs your video library may vary wildly. Movies downloaded from the internet, shot with a DV camera, or captured with a video digitizer will all be encoded in different formats: the Batch Export Utility lets you unify your library in four easy steps. It can also be used to compress movies for internet delivery and streaming, enhancing clips by adjusting the brightness and contrast, upsampling and resizing clips for use in a video editing program, or exporting the first frame as a still image thumbnail.
You can export your files as DV streams, image sequences, Macromedia Flash Videos, AVI, DivX AVI, MPEG-4, and many more.