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 File comments for:  Video » Convert » ffmpeggui.lha


Description: A GUI for the ffmpeg video converter program
Download: ffmpeggui.lha
Version: v3.4
Date: 12 Nov 2018
Category: video/convert
FileID: 10731
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Comment by: thematic ( 22 Apr 2021, 06:48File version: v3.4
If "Start Offset" isn't accurate enough, you should use "-ss <seconds>" in Output, instead. Explanation: if the option is after the input file, ffmpeg will work the beginning from all frames, not only keyframes.
Comment by: Ben ( 15 Nov 2018, 13:42File version: v3.4
Thank you, very usefull programm.
Comment by: tommysammy ( 09 Feb 2015, 06:15File version: v3.2
Hey Kevin
Your spam filter is activated
I can`t send any mails to your address.
Everytime they come back to me
Comment by: ktadd ( 30 Jul 2013, 19:23File version: v3.1
If anyone has usage questions please feel free to email me at the address listed in the ffmpegGUI.guide file.
Comment by: ktadd ( 30 Jul 2013, 19:21File version: v3.1

Make sure ffmpegGUI's Scale and Aspect settings are set to Default.

In the additional Options / Output field add the following:

-vf scale=320:-1

Set 320 to what ever width you would like. -1 tells the filter to keep the aspect ratio.
Comment by: MickJT ( 30 Jul 2013, 15:20File version: v3.1
I know on the command line if you put -s WxH just before the output filename, it will resize it to that size. I think the developers want you to use -video_size now though.
Comment by: Petrol ( 30 Jul 2013, 08:44File version: v3.1
Thank you for this update!
How can I resize a video, without stretching it or without adding black bands!
I tried to specify a custom size as video output with the -s LxH option, but it didnt work!
Comment by: ktadd ( 16 Jan 2011, 02:08File version: v3.0
I looked into adding libx264 support into the v3.0 release and in testing it out I found that libx264 does not work properly. It produces unacceptable results that aren't watchable. Using it is not that straight forward as it requires a preset file so I don't plan to go through the trouble to add support for it until it's working properly. You can try it out yourself from ffmpegGUI by creating a preset file and adding the command line options in the outupt field of ffmpegGUI. I will add support if it ever works correctly. Let me know if you find a way to get good results from it.
Comment by: DaveyW ( 15 Jan 2011, 23:25File version: v3.0
Thanks for the update Kevin. Now that the OS4 compile supports it, would you consider adding libx264 as a codec? Haven't used it myself but people seem to prefer it to Mpeg4 Part 2.
Comment by: ktadd ( 29 Nov 2010, 06:55File version: v3.0
Make sure your using either the April 1st or summer version of MPlayer. In older version the AREXX interface either didn't exist or didn't work properly.
Comment by: shadowsun ( 29 Nov 2010, 06:24File version: v3.0
Thanks for this GUI.

- wwhen HELP is open by menu, it's not asynchronous
- panel control for MPlayer don't work
Comment by: VooDoo ( 01 Aug 2010, 08:47File version: v2.3
Thanx for this new version!!
Comment by: ktadd ( 01 Aug 2010, 07:51File version: v2.3
Sorry, forgot to include the iphone settings file.
If anyone want's it just email me at the address in the ffmpegGUI.guide file.
Comment by: spot ( 01 Aug 2010, 06:07File version: v2.3
atleast in the old screenshot, might be fixed now?
Comment by: spotUPAt: 01 Aug 2010, 06:06File version: v2.3
the about window has a typo. it says requres, should say requires i guess. =)
Comment by: ktadd ( 04 Feb 2009, 15:13File version: v2.1
Ok. Thanks orgin. I was wondering how that work.
At least this will be linked to ffmpeg then.
Comment by: orginAt: 04 Feb 2009, 10:49File version: v2.1
Note to uploader: It is not possible to add an arbitrary link at the bottom of
the readme page. The list of links are generated automatically by matching the
filename of teh file you are watching with other files in the same category.

myfile.lha will show links to anything named myfile#?
myfile-src.lha will show links to anything named myfile#?
myfile_src.lha will show links to anything named myfile#?
myfilegui.lha will show links to anything named myfilegui#?
Comment by: Amigan ( 20 Jan 2009, 03:00File version: v1.2.1
should = shouldn't
Comment by: Amigan ( 20 Jan 2009, 02:44File version: v1.2.1
Could you consider making a 68k version? It should be difficult for this kind of

Comment by: ktadd ( 19 Jan 2009, 17:48File version: v1.2
New v1.2.1 with fix uploaded!
Comment by: ktadd ( 19 Jan 2009, 17:24File version: v1.2
I've gotten reports that v1.2 fails when trying to open
a library. I've got a fix and will upload soon!

Sorry for the trouble.
Comment by: anonymous ( 11 Nov 2007, 23:21File version: v1.0
Very nice thanks.
Comment by: MichaelMerkel ( 04 Sep 2007, 19:53File version: v1.0
looks coool!!!
the tool of the history.txt.info is set to
&quot;SYSOS4:Utilities/MultiView&quot;... that should be SYS: instead of

Comment by: ToAks ( 04 Sep 2007, 19:47File version: v1.0
Great!, a gui was always needed for this cli tool, thanks for dooing one, much

2 things in 1 day that i really want, wow :)
Comment by: PEB ( 17 Aug 2007, 14:06File version: v0.6
Thanks! This should make using ffmpeg a whole lot easier.

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