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Sinthgunt is a graphical user interface for ffmpeg, a program that can convert digital audio and video into numerous formats. It is easy to use, and has more than 100 pre-configured conversion settings. It automatically detects which presets are supported by your version of ffmpeg. It is easy to extend, since the conversion settings are stored in an XML file.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Nov 2010 21:05

    Release Notes: This release brings you direct downloads from YouTube, Metacafe, Google Video, Photobucket, and Yahoo! Video. There are several new presets, and work has been done on detecting FFmpeg capabilities.

    •  08 Nov 2009 21:29

      Release Notes: A preset for converting videos to an iPhone compatible format has been added. Also, some minor changes to the GUI have been made. From now on, Debian packages, along with RPMs, will be available for every release.

      •  26 Oct 2009 07:02

        Release Notes: Bugs related to batch conversion have been fixed, and the Google Android presets have been reorganized.

        •  08 Sep 2009 21:23

          Release Notes: Support for batch conversion of video/audio files has been added. Also, it is now possible to get an idea of the quality of the conversion ffmpeg provides by generating a short preview of the output file before you decide which preset to use.

          •  22 Jul 2009 08:50

            Release Notes: Support for direct download of YouTube videos for conversion has been added. A number of bugs were fixed.


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