thin liquid film
thin liquid film (TLF) is an application that allows Linux users to quickly and easily convert video files into a format suitable for playing on the video capable iPods. It uses the ffmpeg engine and allows batch processing of any number of files, displays detailed information about source video files, saves default settings for future sessions, has configurable output quality settings, and displays a progress bar. Encoded files can be uploaded directly to your iPod.
Transcoder is a video converter for Linux using GTK+ as GUI toolkit and ffmpeg as backend.
Transmageddon is a video conversion tool supporting transcoding videos from almost any format to a wide range of popular output formats. It also supports target profiles for specific devices.
Vcd PyCoder is a graphical front-end to transcode, mplayer, vcdimager, and other video conversion tools. It is programmed in wxpython. This front-end allows the user to easily create VCD videos using transcode and burn them to CD with vcdimager and cdrdao.
VCDGear allows a user to extract MPEG streams from CD images, convert VCD files to MPEG, correct MPEG errors, and more -- all in a single step.
Videoconv is a shell-based frontend to mjpeg-tools, transcode, vcdimager, and cdrdao. This script converts AVI videos to VCD, SVCD, or DivX, and optionally burns them to CD. The script was designed to allow even unexperienced users to convert videos.
VK Tafe parses and analyzes MPEG-2 Transport Streams.
vobps2fix runs through a set of .VOB files created by dvdauthor, tweaking them so that the Playstation 2 will play them without pausing.
vobstripper copies a .VOB file from stdin to stdout, discarding subtitles and all but one AC3 audio channel.
WinFF is a cross platform batch GUI for FFmpeg. WinFF processes multiple files in multiple formats at one time. For example, it will convert MPEG, FLV, and MOV files into AVI files all at once. Read more