A frontend converter for FFMPEG
The user interface consists of a standard window in which you can add audio and video to the queue by using the file browser or the "drag and drop" method (batch conversion is supported).
Thus, you can remove an item or clear the list, play an audio or video file, preview results and configure output details when it comes to the format, preset and location (you can optionally check the "Use Source Folder" option).
Furthermore, if you click the "Options" button, several more tabs appear and they allow you to input manually the values for video bitrate, frame rate, size and aspect ratio, as well as audio bitrate, sample frequency rate, channels, volume and synchronization.
You can also crop a video file (by setting the top, bottom, left and right margins), go to a particular time to record it and set advanced command-line parameters.
Additionally, you can import and edit presets, enable WinFF to shut down the computer after conversion, as well as configure program preferences (e.g. default destination directory, priority).
The program uses a low-to-moderate amount of system resources and quickly completes a task while managing to keep a good image and audio quality. There's also a user documentation with snapshots at your disposal.
Too bad you cannot select predefined values to configure audio and video options, so you must have some experience to do this manually. Otherwise, we strongly recommend WinFF to all users.
Reviewed by Elena Opris, last updated on June 9th, 2014
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What's New in version 1.5.3
- International characters support is greatly improved. Finally mpeg4 720p and 1080p presets. Lot of quirks removed.
Application descriptionWinFF is a cross platform batch GUI for FFMPEG. It will convert most any video file that FFmpeg will convert. WinFF do...