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software OS4   software OS4 : FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
   posted by MickJT on 3-Mar-2014 12:40:53 (3350 reads)
A new version of both FFmpeg and FFmpegGUI is now available for download from OS4Depot.

FFmpeg 2.1.4 mainly provides bugfixes and improvements. It now includes native VP9 and HEVC (H.265) decoders, and some new audio filters.

Read more ----->


FFmpegGUI v3.2 supports FFmpeg v2.1.4 and works with versions 2.0 and up. A few other minor changes have been included as well. See below for a complete list of changes.

Version 3.2
- Modified version checking to recognize ffmpeg v2.0 and greater including v2.1.4.
(Older versions no longer supported!).
- Added "Quit MPlayer" menu item to "Play File" menu. (useful with audio only).
- Added 16:9 aspect size settings: 960x540, 640x360.
- Deleted obsolete size settings: 160x120, 224x176.
- Moved Start Offset (-ss) option back before input file. Faster that way.
- Fixed bug in routine to identify version of MPlayer.
    

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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
Posted on 4-Mar-2014 6:38:51
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great!, gotta try it ASAP!.


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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
Posted on 4-Mar-2014 6:40:10
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Wow, both new ffmpeg and ffmpeggui. Good to see you highered the version number for ffmpeg requirement :)

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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
Posted on 4-Mar-2014 7:22:18
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I wonder what is possible with ffmpeg + GUI… etc…

Perhaps some status update would be nice.
What we have and what is being worked on, who to donate, perhaps.

My video needs:
-Convert mpeg2 to mpeg4 and vice versa.
-Change video resolution and quality to reduce storage need.
-generate icon files from video
-Convert canon videocam files to some general format. (for example so that I could view them on photoframes (as avi?))
-Backup DVDs (any DVD, even with copyprotection (currently even my Linux systems fail this))
-DecryptDVD (related to above)
-Chrink DVD (9 to 5 etc...)
-Modify DVD movie (for example remove menus and unnecessary languages, so that my kids can use them more easily)
-Cut video clips (like cut sections from mp4 files downloaded from youtube) and save as separate files.
-Join video clips.
-perhaps convert videos to use on low end Amigas

Extreme:
Cut+paste video clips. (this is non linear video editor, right)


...goes to study ... http://www.ffmpeg.org/ffmpeg.html


btw. What video target formats one should use (as maximum) if the playback will be done via:
-SAM440667Mhz (AmigaOS) mp4 256p?
-MosMini1250Mhz (MorphOS) mp4 720p?
-X1000 singlecore (AmigaOS) mp4 720p?
-AMD E350 (AROS)
-AMD E350 (AEROS)
-AMD E350 (AMINUX)
-A4k 060/50 mp2 100p? Or is there some compressed lightweight format? Like with EHB colors?
-A600 030/28 ??? CDXL?


(Amiga port author's pages help learning more...)
UPDATE: WOW! I must try some....
(for example I've not used clipdown before, but it seems even nicer than those download tools for firefox in the mainstream Linux)

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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
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I will try to find time for benchmarking the AresOne 2014 ; ) (E350)

Converting could be more interesting. FFmpeg is also available for AROS/AEROS


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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
Posted on 5-Mar-2014 13:08:31
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@KimmoK

It can do pretty much all of the above.
I made this video with FFmpegGUI, and most of my other videos as well

Don't know about the encryption stuff though.


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Re: FFmpeg 2.1.4 and FFmpegGUI 3.2 now available
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@Deniil

Nice video and cool music :)

@KimmoK

I made this video demonstration on the music sequencer hd-rec that runs on most amigaflavours. It was not so easy as i was under betatesting for both the ffmpeggui and ffmpeg and other tools from kevin. He added and fixed bugs while i did the video. Could spare alot of time with using video makers on other systems but as i wanted to make an amigavideo for amigans then i just had to do it on it too :)

I dont remember all the tools but i think they are mentationed at end of the video.

!Beware of the bad English :)

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@Kicko

Nice setup!
Didn't realize HD-Rec was that advanced! Now I want to make music

Quote:
Could spare alot of time with using video makers on other systems


Don't bet on it unless you shell out a lot of bucks for a truly professional tool and put many many GB or RAM in the machine... My brother has tried a multitude of video editors and he has been swearing over all these crappy tool that are slow as fuck (since they want to scan the videos all the time to produce preview) and crash and hang all the time because they are so buggy and can't handle being out of memory or puke on the file format or whatever.

It's not a lot faster than MPlayer+FFmpegGUI.


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