Release - dmMediaConverter v1.2.0 - FFmpeg GUI [Linux/Windows]

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mdalacu Offline
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Wink  dmMediaConverter v1.2.0 - FFmpeg GUI [Linux/Windows]
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[Image: Screenshot%2Bfrom%2B2014-08-21%2B20%3A41%3A38.png]
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.

More info and download here:
http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014/04/...erter.html

I mainly use it to clean and order my XBMC library.

Main features:

- 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 streams into one mkv file (with or without reencoding)
- 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 - process multiple files with the same settings
- job queue - you can add multiple tasks into a job queue
- 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 for keep aspect ratio)
- cropping and padding
- auto crop - detect best crop values for encoder
- rotate picture in 90 degrees increments
- grayscale
- deinterlace
- deshake
- video aspect correction - no reencoding
- write stream tags like language and title, also container title - no reencoding
- multiplatform : Windows and Linux (x86 and x64)
[Image: Screenshot%2Bfrom%2B2014-08-21%2B20%3A43%3A15.png]

I hope you like it and please share your feedback.
Thank you.
(This post was last modified: 2014-09-16 12:26 by mdalacu.)
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Has anyone tried it?
Thx.
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Wink  RE: dmMediaConverter 0.9.9 - FFmpeg GUI [Linux/Windows]
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dmMediaConverter v1.0.0
MAJOR RELEASE! New Features!

- Stream Profiles!
- Bulk Convert mode! Convert multiple files at once.
- 2 pass encoding for video codecs
- DeShake filter (not so good ...)
- Creation_time tag
- HiDPI support
- Added all ISO 639-2 language codes - Added color coded stream types for easy identification.

I hope you like it and please, provide feedback.
thanks.

http://dmsimpleapps.blogspot.ro/2014/04/...erter.html
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dmMediaConverter v1.1.0
ANOTHER BIG RELEASE!
- Added Preferences in main menu. Please learn how to use Latest option because in the feature i will not ship FFmpeg anymore.
- Added Test Run.
- Now you can rearrange and remove source files.
- Metadata edit for stream and container.
- Show complete stream and container info.
- x264 and x265 extra settings field (ex. put there bluraycompat, etc)
- More output container options.
- On failure does not clear settings.
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(2014-07-21 13:30)mdalacu Wrote:  Has anyone tried it?
Thx.

I just tried and tested out h265 and wow Smile I tested 1080 trailer of avatar which was 174.6mb and it went down to 33.99mb. Can't tell any difference.

Great work and keep it up.
(This post was last modified: 2014-09-15 21:21 by Sidewinder_2011.)
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Version v1.2.0 is up, mainly bug fixing.
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Hi,

I love your ffmpeg GUI. It's great.

I would just like to report a bug in v1.1.0. When I download and unzip dmMediaConverter into C:\Program Files\dmMediaConverter , after I set up a job and hit the "Run Now" button, I get the error message:

'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

I think there may be a set of double quotes " " missing around the ffmpeg path name somewhere in the code.

If I move dmMediaConverter to C:\temp\dmMediaConverter, it works fine.

Cheers!

Stop Press!!! The bug is fixed in the new version 1.2.0 just released!
(This post was last modified: 2014-09-16 12:29 by Sunny_Coaster.)
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(2014-09-16 12:12)Sunny_Coaster Wrote:  Hi,

I love your ffmpeg GUI. It's great.

I would just like to report a bug in v1.1.0. When I download and unzip dmMediaConverter into C:\Program Files\dmMediaConverter , after I set up a job and hit the "Run Now" button, I get the error message:

'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

I think there may be a set of double quotes " " missing around the ffmpeg path name somewhere in the code.

If I move dmMediaConverter to C:\temp\dmMediaConverter, it works fine.

Cheers!
Hi, i have already corrected this in version v1.2.0. Please, update the application and report back if you have time.
Thx.
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Yes it's fixed! Many thanks.
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