Hybrid is packed with bunch of tools that can convert nearly every input to x264/x265/Xvid/VP9/AV1, AC3/OGG/MP3/AAC/Flac inside an MP4/m2ts/MKV/WebM/MOV/AVI container, a Blu-ray or an AVCHD structure.
The software is dedicated for advanced users, but if you have basics knowledge about containers, video formats, etc. Hybrid will become a powerful tool for video conversion on Windows and Linux. Hybrid software is packed with a lot of features including support for tagging mkv/mp4/mov, chapter mkv/mp4/Blu-ray, subtitle for mkv/mp4/Blu-ray, separated audio-, video-, filter profiles, audio&video combi profiles, an integrated bitrate calculator and more.
Hybrid offers support for video output formats: MPEG-4 ASP (Xvid), MPEG-4 AVC (x264, qsvencc, nvencc, vceencc, ffmpeg nvenc), VP8/VP9 (vpxenc), ProRes (ffmpeg), MPEG-4 HEVC (x265, kvazaar, DivX265, nvencc, qsvencc, vceencc, ffmpeg nvenc), FFV1 (ffmpeg), UT video (ffmpeg), FFvHuff (ffmpeg), AV-1 (aomenc, rav1e), audio output formats: dts, ac3, ogg vorbis, mp3, aac, flac, pcm, opus, pass-through, and containers: mov/mp4/mkv/m2ts/webm/avi, Blu-ray or a AVCHD structure.
Moreover Hybrid accepts vc-1 and avc raw input, audio/video pass-through -can be used for muxing, tagging, chapter editing, offers ability to encode single title/chapters and a job-control, aac/mp3/ac3/ogg/flac/dts/pcm audio encoding with dcaenc/mencoder/ffmpeg/aften and different aac encoders, filtering through mencoder (+ some resize automation) or avisynth if the 'avisynth extension' is used, and a lot of other option to automate.