An advantage of BeSweet would be skipping the installation routine; you just need to download the application, extract files from the archive and run the executable.
The main actions you can perform in BeSweet are: decoding compressed tracks in order to burn Audio CDs, encoding music to MP3 and Ogg Vorbis, encoding movie soundtracks for DVD, SVCD, VCD, AVI and OGM, and transcoding compressed tracks in order to burn DolbyDigital CDs.
The output format is audio only (MP2, MP3, WAV, OGG, AC3 and AIFF).
The application can create multi-channel WAV and AIFF files and it enables you to choose a certain quality level of the output sound.
Apart from conversion, BeSweet also offers signal processing features: one-pass & two-pass normalization, dynamic range compression, sample-rate conversion, frame-rate conversion, partial encoding of long streams, splitting & merging audio streams, extracting audio streams from AVI & VOB files, delaying correction, and silence Insertion.
Additionally, BeSweet offers support for external plugins.
During conversion and editing, BeSweet doesn’t use any extra disc space and it doesn’t create temporary files.
In order to work with BeSweet, you need to learn its commands from the Help folder which comes with the product.
Most commands are self-evident, though. Once you become familiar with this piece of software, you should be able to use it trouble free. Another limitation of this application is that it may not work on the most recent Windows editions.
While it may lack the comfort and the intuitiveness provided by a GUI, BeSweet is a reliable and powerful application, and it is recommended to anyone who can handle a command-line interface.
BeSweet is a command-line application. If you prefer a graphical interface, you are advised to get