Best & top software for Convert Multimedia(Video & Audio) is FFmpeg
FFmpegYAG is an advanced GUI for the popular FFmpeg audio/video encoding tool.
To use all features (split/concat, x264 10 bit, HE-AAC) it is recommend to use the FFmpeg Hi (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ffmpeg-hi/) build.
* batch encoding for multiple tasks
* interactive video preview, real-time video/audio playback
* multiple streams processing for video/audio/subtitles
* trim file to segments (with optional fade in/out filters) and concatenate them
dmMediaConverter is a crossplatform FFmpeg frontend (GUI) exposing some of its features. It is intended to be simple and easy to use but also to be able to achieve complex tasks. I have inspired myself from a lot of media converters like Handbrake, WinFF and MkvMergeGui. One feature was lacking from most of them, video stream copy (pass-through), that made me build this.
stream copy (video, audio, subtitle)
stream conversion - almost any codec into:
video - h264, h265, vp8, vp9
audio - aac, mp3, flac, pcm, vorbis, opus
subtitles - srt, ass, ssa, mov_text, dvdsub
add multiple streams into one mkv, mp4 or any other container known by ffmpeg that accepts multiple streams (with or without reencoding). Supports multiple video streams in the same file. Also you can reorder stream position.
stream profiles - create and apply audio and video profiles
merge files with the same properties - no reencoding. Ex. Files made by a phone or camera.
merge different kind of files (different codecs, resolution, etc) into one file. It chooses an output with the biggest width of all source files.
split a file by given time points (no reencoding)
bulk convert files using stream profiles or manual settings (no filter options for manual)
job queue - you can add multiple tasks into a job queue
parallel jobs - you can run multiple jobs in the same time (multithreading)
audio auto gain detect - it will parse the whole file and find the proper gain value (reencode)
picture settings - with changes immediately displayed (reencode)
scaling - change video resolution (use -1 to keep the aspect ratio)
cropping and padding
auto crop - detect best crop values for encoder
rotate picture in 90 degrees increments
burn subtitles (only text based for now)
manually add FFMpeg video stream filters
video aspect correction - no reencoding
write stream tags like language and title, also container title and creation time - no reencoding
copy, add or modify any metadata to stream and container.
QWinFF is a GUI for FFmpeg, a powerful command-line media converter. FFmpeg can read audio and video files in various formats and convert them into other formats. QWinFF provides an intuitive graphical interface and a rich set of presets to help you use ffmpeg easily without having to type a single command. Advanced users can also adjust conversion parameters like bitrate and sample rate in detail.
QWinFF also comes in handy when you need to make a video clip for a larger video. Starting from version 0.2.0, QWinFF features an interactive video-cutting interface that lets you watch the video and select the time range you want to convert. There is also an option that changes the speed of the video, making it possible to create slow-motion or fast-motion animations. And don’t worry about the audio; audio will also be rescaled without changing the pitch.
QWinFF is written in Qt4/C++ and currently runs on GNU/Linux and Windows. You can get the latest stable version in downloads or check changelogs for more details.
QWinFF is free software licensed under GPLv3. You can help this project by translating, writing user documentation or packaging. Please see the Contribute page for details.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
Convert all your Audio and Videofiles in Ubuntu, Debian or Gentoo through FFmpeg without using a terminal
Die vollständige deutsche Anleitung zur aktuellsten Version gibt’s auf ubuntuusers.de im Wiki.
traGtor is a graphical user interface (GUI) for the awesome conversion tool ffmpeg and its fork avconv for the use with Linux-OS. It is written in Python and uses the GTK-Engine (standard in GNOME desktops) for displaying it’s interface. The goal of traGtor is not to bring you all of the features ffmpeg offers, but to be a fast and user friendly choice for converting a single media file into any other format. For a full ffmpeg featuring GUI please refer to the other great projects listed below. This GUI is written for not dealing too much with command lines, options and parameters and so on, and refers mostly to the real keyboard haters.
One may edit the command line sent to ffmpeg to fit all of his needs, but for those cases the more command line oriented tools (with nice GUI’s too) could be the better choice. But if you need a tool for click oriented and flawless conversion like stripping an mp3 from a youtube movie, resizing and recoding a clip to fit your mobile’s screen or just changing the format of a movie-file to be able to play it in a flash-media-player – traGor may be Mr. Right for you.
WinFF is available for many Linux distributions, languages, and Windows 95 to Windows 8.
WinFF is open source and cross platform written in Free Pascal and Lazarus. WinFF is published under the GNU public license v3. WinFF is published without any warranty or suitability for any purpose.
Written by Matthew Weatherford and Ian Stoffberg.
Debian and Ubuntu Package Maintainer: Paul Gevers
Thanks to all code contributers, preset makers, and translators.
Thanks to all the users.
For help please go to The WinFF mail list.
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