The script created by WebUpd8 reader Remy which we were telling you about a few days ago just got updated.
The new version can convert to / from two more formats: flv and aac (it used to work for lac, mp3, wav and ogg), and an quality selector for ffmpeg has also been added. This version also checks if a file exists and asks if you want to open Nautilus.
WebUpd8 reader Remy sent us a tip with a bash script which uses Zenity and ffmpeg for easily converting various audio files. It can convert from / to flac, mp3, wav and ogg.
Winff is a GUI fronted for the very well-known FFmpeg, which works on Windows and Linux (unfortunately it doesn't work on Mac OS X).
WinFF 1.2.0 was released a few days ago and it brings 2 new very interesting features: preview and cropping for videos.
FFmpeg Little Helper is a web tool for generating FFmpeg code, meaning it creates the FFmpeg commands you need, by just selecting some options in drop-down menus.
A while ago I posted some fixed ffmpeg and x264 packages for Ubuntu Jaunty (.deb) but you may want to upgrade to the latest version of ffmpeg and x264 (whichever the latest version is). So this how-to will explain how to install the latest FFmpeg and x264 and then how to always update those packages.
ffmpeg is a multiplatform, open-source library for video and audio files. It is usualy available in your distribution repositories, so search for it and install it.
This article will present 19 ffmpeg very useful commands.
Mobile Media Converter [Windows / Linux] is a great application which allows you, thanks to ffmpeg, to convert between a variety of formats including: MP3, WMA , Ogg, Wav, MPEG, AVI, WMV, FLV, 3GP video and AMR audio and even MP4 which is very useful if you have an iPhone / iPod.
This is a guide on how to encode audio / video in which you will find some tips & tricks for using FFmpeg and other tools.
WinFF is a easy to use graphical interface to the command line FFmpeg video and audio tool. WinFF makes it easy to encode many videos to a wide range of formats all at once. Its FFmpeg back-end should handle just about any video you have.