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WinFF v1.5.4

Open source
Vista / Win2k / Win7 / Win8 / Win95 / Win98 / WinNT / WinXP
WinFF is a batch frontend for the command line video converter FFmpeg.

It runs FFmpeg from the command line. So, you just pick your files and it does the rest. It will convert any video file that FFmpeg will convert. Conversely, if FFmpeg will not convert the file, then WinFF will not either. WinFF can do multiple files in multiple formats at one time.

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WinFF v0.4

Keywords:
winff batch frontend ffmpeg convert create stream

License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 12 Jun 2014
Downloads 3,410
File size 19.95 MB (< 3min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English,  Swedish,  Norwegian,  Spanish,  Dutch
Operating systems Vista / Win2k / Win7 / Win8 / Win95 / Win98 / WinNT / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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WinFF v1.2

This tool isnt very good and support for it is lacking, at best.

- For one thing, just to convert a simple .avi to an MPEG-4 takes hours.

- The auto shutdown doesnt work. I left it ticked in the menu and when I came back a few hours later, my machine was still on after the encoding process had completed.

- Try inserting an .srt file into the advanced command line so it will be embedded in the finished product. I had no clue how to do it and when I went to the guys forum for help, he wasnt around. A simple path directing it to where the .srt located in its file folder would do. As it is, theres no guide out there on how to do it.

- How about a progress bar or an timer letting us know how long its going to take.

Hey its free, so I shouldnt expect much, huh? Well you get what you pay for which in this case, is close to zero