WinFF – GUI for the command line video converter FFMPEG

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WinFF is a GUI for the command line video converter, FFMPEG. It will convert most any video file that FFmpeg will convert. WinFF does multiple files in multiple formats at one time. You can for example convert mpeg's, flv's, and mov's, all into avi's all at once. WinFF is available for Windows 95, 98 , ME, NT, XP, VISTA, and Debian, Ubuntu, Redhat based GNU/Linux distributions. WinFF is available in Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Chinese Traditional, Danish, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish and Turkish.
WinFF is open source and cross platform written in Free Pascal and Lazarus. WinFF is published under the GNU public license. WinFF is published without any warranty or suitability for any purpose.

WinFF Features

•Easy to use interface.
•Fast (Winff does not hinder FFmpeg in anyway).
•High quality output.
•Converts multiple different files all to the same format at once.
•Convert video to audio.
•Convert between audio formats.
•No external codecs needed.
•Includes a variety of preset conversion settings for common formats and devices.
•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
•Multilingual, available in over 10 languages

Install Winff in Ubuntu

sudo apt-get install winff

Or click on the following link

apt://winff

Using WinFF

You can open winff from Applications--->Sound & Video--->WinFF

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Once it opens you should see similar to the following screen

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1. The File List
2. Add/Remove Videos
3. Output Details
4. Play Video
5. Start Converting
6. Additional Options
7. Menus

More screenshots

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5 thoughts on “WinFF – GUI for the command line video converter FFMPEG

  1. The interface looks ugly with my ubuntu9.10. But yours looks much better. I suppose it’s a resolution problem.

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