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WinFF is a GUI frontend and batch parser for the command-line multimedia tool FFmpeg. WinFF works by making a batch file that runs in the command-line, designed to launch the command-line tool with given settings from a preset. To query several files, WinFF adds launch functions in the same batch file to allow a seamless transition to the next conversion. Because of the vast format support of the command-line tool itself, this program supports any of its formats as a result (however, the included executable may not be up-to-date, so the user may need to download the Zeranoe builds to take advantage of the latest features).
WinFF is written in Free Pascal and Lazarus, published under the GNU General Public License.
convert-to-avi convert-to-flv frontend mov mpeg video-conversion
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Besides being the best video converter in existence, it is also an audio converter, AND it can convert a video INTO an audio format (instead of trying to rip it, which can loose quality).
simple and it works on linux. Great range of presets too.
Does not work on Windows in case folder name contains non standard characters like ešcržýáíé
Out of any video converter on linux, I use this one the most. It is the easiest and seems to produce the best output in video quality. It comes loaded with a lot of excellent presets.