Videomonkey video converter for Mac picks up where VisualHub left off
VideoMonkey uses the FFMpeg encoder for most of its work, but it also has the ability to combine with other tools and automatically figure out how to convert even some weird filetypes. For example, if you edit a WMV with Quicktime Pro and save it, VideoMonkey understands how to separate the audio and video and recombine them in a new format of your choice. This all goes on behind the scenes: for the user, it's a 1-click process. If you loved VisualHub, and you're looking for a replacement, VideoMonkey is all that and more.