From PolySoft Solutions:
Free WebM Encoder is a simple utility that lets you convert your video files to the new WebM format. The program has an extremely easy-to-use interface. Just add the files you want to convert to the list (you can drag and drop them directly from Windows Explorer) and click the convert button. A variety of video formats can be converted, including AVI, MP4, FLV, WMV, and MOV.
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With 120M that Google paid for On2 VP8 codec they couldn't release also an encoder to the public? And that's how they count on the codec to spread? LOL! Ok back to using H264 and flv... screw this garbage.
This program successfully converted a 255MB mobile .mov video to WebM in 9 minutes. The resulting .webm video is only 16MB, making this program ideal for slow internet connections.
While the resulting .webm video has the same frame rate and resolution as the original mobile .mov video, the quality was obviously poorer. The video was more grainy, and audio glitches were more pronounced.
This program is the first and only WebM converter that works on my computer (Windows 7 with AMD dual 2.2gHz processors). Miro can convert my videos to Theora format, but not WebM. If you have a slow internet connection and you are willing to sacrifice quality, this an ideal program for sharing your videos in WebM format. For me, however, the low-quality video output outweighs any other benefits of this program. I will uninstall this (version 1.2), but I'll definitely try the next release.