Convert multimedia files with MystiQ

Conclusions

As a well-thought-out program for converting multimedia content, MystiQ quickly produces results without extensive training. Thanks to the many presets and the intuitive configuration, it does not restrict you to a few preset parameters. For power users who often work with audio and video files of various origins, MystiQ proves to be a real help.

MystiQ turned out to be unstable on Debian "Testing" – it crashed several times in our lab. This problem did not occur on other distributions such as Arch Linux or while using an AppImage.

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