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, Dutch, 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.
Description From JCDiaz.Net
If you are relatively new
to creating a classroom utilizing 21st century technology ,
you might not know what the need for this program is. What
exactly is a file converter? Just like the pieces of paper
in your filing cabinet, everything on your computer is a
file of some sort. As you and your students start to create
media (see my previous post of the amazing 17 year old
backyard chemist) you are going to begin generating all
kinds of files (pictures, video, music/podcasts, etc).
These files can get really large, and that can be difficult
to manage on your computer or the Internet. For example when
I first record a tutorial on CamStudio, it can get up to
about 30 Megabytes of memory (which is too large to send by
Gmail, but not too large to share on Google Docs). When my
teaching partner created animated recreations of Chaucer's
"The Canterbury Tales" (Link to video) the files were 100
times larger than that (which was too large for Google Docs
or YouTube to accept them for Uploading).
The solution is WinFF, which
easily converts your files from a larger file to a different
or smaller file so you can share it (Email, Facebook,
YouTube, CD/USB Drive, etc). There are a lot of other types
of file converters out there but this one has been around
for a while and is widely accepted as both the easiest and
best out there.
* Easy to use interface.
* Fast (Winff does not hinder FFmpeg in anyway).
* High quality output.
* Converts multiple different files all to the same format
* 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
* 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
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