WinFF 1.5.3 for win32 and win64 is released.
International characters support is greatly improved. Finally mpeg4 720p and 1080p presets. Lot of quirks removed.
WinFF – Truly Free Video Converter
WinFF 1.5.2 is released for windows 32 and 64 bit.
Fixed a few bugs and added a few features:
updated ffmpeg-readme. issue 201
Ability to execute command before and after script
Save Displaycmdline state issue 163
fixed preview button not inserting ‘-t’ and ‘-s’
moved ‘-t’ from input to output as per ffmpeg warning
added ability to revert to 1.4 behavior
Thanks to the Linux Mint Community. I tested it. It works on windows too. I should work on most linux distributions.
I made up a 64 bit winff for windows today. Ofcourse it has a 64 bit version of ffmpeg.
WinFF version 1.5 is released with lots of new features, and a very new ffmpeg. The best release of WinFF yet. Thanks to Ian Stoffberg and Paul Gevers for all their work.
Usability: A lot of work has gone into making the application more friendly to users with visual impairments. Ability to accommodate larger fonts, resizing the application, screen layouts have had much tweaking. It’s clearly not perfect, but we are hoping that it results in a better experience for some of our users.
Rotation: Video can be rotated using the ffmpeg Rotate Feature. 90 degree left and right rotation as well as vertical flip is included.
MultiFormat output: A massive change is that every file in the queue can have a different output codecs. You can add the same file multiple times to encode to different formats. More info to follow on the website.
Advanced Options per file: Every file can have different output options. Now, when you make changes to advanced options, it gets saved per file in the queue.
Advanced Options: Extra Tab showing command lines to be used per file. You can tweak them before executing.
Previews: Only previews the highlighted file in the queue.
Added ctrl-A to the filelist and “select all” popup menu.
Much code clean-ups. Removed dead code.
Windows version built with Lazarus 1.0
Fix issue 158: two bitrate settings in MP4 *screen
Fix issue 136 (preferences stores content) by calling createForm function on entry
also check for avconv when checking executables
Fixed: use source folders
Add scrollBox to Presets form to allow all items to always stay reachable
Add scrollBoxes to Preferences form to allow all items to always stay reachable
Update language files for rework of Preferences
Rework preferences form – Renamed most items to give it names you can find back – Make sure that it behaves better when you start using different fonts – Fix for issue 136 needs prioritybox.Clear
Make all buttons honor the font size of the system
Convert most any video to Android with WinFF. I converted one from my nikon camera, but you can convert almost any video you want.
WinFF 1.4.0 has been released. It is the most usable version yet.
I’d like to thank Ian Stoffberg for all his work. He did all the coding for this release. Thanks to Paul Gevers for all the linux packages.
WinFF 1.3.2 with a much newer FFmpeg is now available. Thanks to Kyle Schwarz for the new ffmpeg build. Unfortunately, because of patents, libfaac is no longer in it. That means all the mp4 presets are gone. Although Google’s WebM is now included. You can encode to webm for Youtube and Android (2.3.3 or higher). It makes WinFF one of the easiest WebM encoders out there.
WinFF 1.3.2 for windows is released today. Linux coming shortly.
Almost all code changes were made by Alexey Osipov. Many thanks to him. The biggest being improved translations. Many translations were copied over but not all are complete yet.