Showing posts from December, 2008

WinFF 0.45

WinFF 0.45 is now available. The big change is importing and exporting multiple preset to/from one sing file. The windows installer was updated to ffmpeg svn 15896. The preset were update to this version also. Include are Gmaq's new Ipod-Itunes compatible presets. v0.45 ----- Import/Export multiple presets in one file Presets updated for FFmpeg SVN R15824 Windows installer updated with FFmpeg 15896

New WinFF blog

Welcome to the new winff blog. I started this new blog for winff instead using my personal blog. I imported all the old post from my old blog. hope you enjoy!

New WinFF website and wiki

It took me 4 days just to setup a simple website with serverside includes on zope. I don't think i ever used a more difficult cms, but it's free hosting, so i shouldn't complain. The new web site is made to be light weight. It is also more directed towards users than developers. I am going to keep using the google code project more for them and more for users. You  can see the new site at The new public editable wiki is up at Not a lot on it yet, but hopefully more soon. Thanks again to Paul for the free hosting.

WinFF 0.44

Just put out winff 0.44. Big thanks to Ian Stoffberg for all the work he did on the user interface. Most changes in 0.44 are his work. Paul's out on vacation, so it will probably be the first of the year before the linux version are out. Get the new version at v0.44 ----- Resizable window (issue 24) Added menu links to the homepage, docs, forums (issue 25) Remembers window state on next instace tabs for additional options category selection for presets editor Doesn't encode audio on first of two passes restructed menus fixed window not showing on dual monitors (issue 20) Serbian translation

OpenSuse RPM Packages for WinFF

Found some packages for OpenSuse here:

WinFF in Ubuntu Juanty (9.04)

WinFF officially made it in to the Ubuntu Repositories for 9.04! Thanks again to Paul Gevers for Packaging.