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FFQueue

There is a new application available for Sparkers: FFQueue

What is FFQueue?

FFQueue is (yet another) graphical user interface for FFMpeg with comprehensive support for both the basic features but also the more advanced features like filtergraphs. FFQueue makes it easy to create multiple jobs and process them as a single queue.
FFQueue can sort out the most significant output from FFMpeg and display it in the graphical console and save it to a HTML-based (color coded) logfile for easy review when the queue has been processed.

Installation (Sparky stable & testing amd64):

sudo apt update
sudo apt install ffqueue

or via APTus-> VideoTool-> FFQueue icon.

FFQueue

Copyright (C) Torben Bruchhaus
License: GNU GPL v3
Web: ffqueue.bruchhaus.dk

 

Ciano

There is a new application available for Sparkers: Ciano

What is Ciano?

A multimedia file converter focused on simplicity. Convert videos, music and pictures with the best possible experience.

Installation:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install ciano

or via APTus-> VideoTools-> Ciano icon.

Ciano

Author: Robert San
License: GNU General Public License 3.0
GitHub: github.com/robertsanseries/ciano

 

ClipGrab

There is a new tool available for Sparkers: ClipGrab

What is ClipGrab?

ClipGrab is a free downloader and converter for YouTube, Vimeo, Facebook and many other online video sites. It converts downloaded videos to MPEG4, MP3 or other formats in just one easy step.

Installation (Debian “Bullseye” / Sparky “Po Tolo” only – 64 & 32 bit):
sudo apt update
sudo apt install clipgrab

or via APTus-> VideoTools.

ClipGrab

The project page : clipgrab.org
The project founder is Philipp Schmieder
License: GNU General Public License 3

 

MystiQ

There is a new tool available for Sparkers: MystiQ

What is MystiQ?

MystiQ is a GUI for FFmpeg, a powerful media converter. FFmpeg can read audio and video files in various formats and convert them into other formats. MystiQ features an intuitive graphical interface and a rich set of presets to help you convert media files within a few clicks. Advanced users can also adjust conversion parameters in detail.

Installation (Debian “Buster”/”Bullseye” / Sparky “Nibiru”/”Po Tolo” amd64 only):
sudo apt update
sudo apt install mystiq

or via APTus-> VideoTools.

MystiQ

The project page at GitHub: github.com/llamaret/MystiQ
The project founder is Maikel Llamaret Heredia.
License: GNU General Public License 3

 
There is also a new video player called Celluloid added to APTus-> VideoPlayers, but it comes from Debian tesitng repos.

 

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