DVcreators has released DVKitchen, a Mac OS X application for
publishing video on the Internet. It features batch video encoding,
integrated uploading and remote FTP server management, HTML code
generation, and still frame export, along with media publishing

The user can import a folder of movies and start encoding and
uploading with as few as two clicks, says Josh Mellicker, principal
DV Kitchen designer. He adds that DV Kitchen is the only software
available that includes built-in tools to help the user determine the
optimum encoding recipe for the movies they want to publish on the
web, such as SampleLab and the Bitrate Budget Calculator.

DV Kitchen also features TimeFreezer, an environment designed
expressly for exporting high quality still frames of video at any
size, then publishing to the web in a few clicks. DV Kitchen is
currently only available for Mac OS X. For more information, to view
demonstration movies and to download a free 20-day trial of DV
Kitchen, visit http://www.dvcreators.net/dv-kitchen/.