FFmpeg Batch AV Converter 3.0.6

If you want to batch encode audio and video files in any format, you need FFmpeg Batch Converter. It’s a handy tool that lets you use the power and speed of FFmpeg command line with a simple graphical interface. You can adjust the settings, choose the order of tasks, pause and resume whenever you want, and even shut down your computer when it’s done. It also has some cool features like two-pass encoding, image extraction, silence detection, file splitting, and stream manipulation. You can add subtitles to your videos, trim them, join them, record your screen, capture streaming links, and get useful info about your media files. It works with all kinds of formats, such as ProRes, VP9, Opus, AV1, H264, H265, MP3, AC3, FLAC, and more. And the best part is, you can process as many files as you want without any hassle.

FFmpeg Batch AV Converter 3.0.6 changelog:
ffmpeg 7.0 Essential included.
ffmpeg.exe path now can be different from application path (ffmpeg shared version supported).
New display preview of current YouTube live stream in progress.
New custom column: Last modification date.
Fix issue refreshing file list with some sorted columns.
Fix wrong fade out filter time using trim feature.
Fix wrong subtitle disposition when mapping forced subtitles in main tab.
Fix some minor multimedia info mislocations with m_jpeg streams.
Fix truncated resolutions in YouTube streams dialog.
Minor translation fixes.

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Latest version: 3.0.6 (29 Apr 2024)
License: Open Source
System requirements: Windows 7/8/10/11
Download: FFmpeg Batch Converter Portable 64-bit (14.6 MB)
Download: FFmpeg Batch Converter 64-bit (45.4 MB)

See also:
Libre AV Converter

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