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WinFF

WinFF

WinFF is a graphical frontend for FFmpeg. The user interface helps make it easier for users to convert video files. WinFF allows users to convert multiple files in multiple formats at one time. For example, WinFF lets users convert mpeg's, flv's, and mov's into avi's (or DVD/VCD format or MPEG or 3gp etc) all at once.

This package provides a variety of preset conversion settings for common formats and devices. These presets are intended to hit the "sweet spot" for each individual codec. They have been written with a tip of the balance to quality.

 WinFF 1.5.3

Price
Free to download

Size
2.2MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Matthew Weatherford, Ian Stoffberg, Neil Hinton, Alexey Osipov

Website
www.winff.org

System Requirements
FFmpeg
libxvid

Support:
Documentation, Google Code, Wiki, Google Groups, Author's Blog, ffmpeg Documentation

Selected Reviews:
Softpedia

Features include:

  • Easy to use interface
  • Fast encoding (due to FFmpeg)
  • High quality output (see above)
  • Converts multiple different files all to the same format at once
  • Convert video to audio
  • Convert between audio formats
  • No external codecs are required
  • Includes a variety of preset conversion settings for common formats and devices
  • Import presets
  • Preset conversions can be created to encode to any format FFmpeg supports
  • Easy access to common conversion options such as bitrate, frame size, frame rate
  • Specify additional command line parameters for advanced users (options button)
  • Easily change FFmpeg versions
  • Supports FFmpeg's multi threading for dual core processors
  • Option to shutdown the machine when the encoding has finished
  • Multilingual: Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese Traditional, Danish, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, and Turkish

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