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.
|Tags||Desktop Environment GNOME multimedia Video Conversion|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Preview and cropping were added. The program now checks for and escapes quotes in filenames. /usr/local/bin was added to the ffplay search path. Tool tips were added. More room was provided for translated strings.
Release Notes: This release has a new logo and icons. It will remember each preset's last destination directory. Importing presets from the command line has been fixed. Chinese support has been updated. New preset for Google Android, Nokia, Sony Walkman, and more. Icons have been moved to a folder structure describing their size. Most translation files have been updated with copyright notices. A Linux script to create tarballs has been added.
Release Notes: Importing/exporting of multiple presets in one file is now possible. It uses the sensible-browser command on Ubuntu/Debian based distributions. It majorly revises presets with for libavcodec 51 and 52. Launching help and Web site doesn't tie up the main window. A category selector in the preset editor. Norwegian and Serbian language files have been added. The documentation is now in Dutch and French. There are many little bugfixes.
Release Notes: The "Add files" dialog return value was fixed. tprocess is used instead of the shell to launch a command line. The three-character file extension limit was removed. The delete key deletes files from the file list. The license readmes were updated. Presets were added for ffmpeg revision 13712. Debian and Ubuntu repositories are now available at winff.org.
Release Notes: Crashes in newer GTK+ 2 releases were fixed. A good number of minor bugs were fixed. Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, Dutch, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, French, and Polish languages were added.