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    Quote Originally Posted by Publimix View Post
    I used myFFmpeg the trial period was long enough for my needs.
    So no limitations, watermarks etc in the trial?

    Edit: I just looked at their website and it says this: Important : myFFmpeg does NOT include a compiled FFmpeg file! You have to compile or download this yourself.

    What's that?


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    It is a while. I think you have to download myffmpg and ffmpeg seperately.

    myffmpeg is the shell and ffmpeg is the real thing.

    I used it to convert XAVC to Prores
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    That's correct. You need both the GUI shell and ffmpeg. No big deal. Just download both and it works.


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    FFworks is ffmpeg app with a proper GUI, it’s not for free though and can be a bit confusing with all the spec menus.


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    FFMpeg is your friend!

    And what's so difficult using a command line tool?


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    I'm not using Wordstar, Wordperfect, or .vi either. I left the command line interface a long time ago when Windows and the MAC came out. It's so 1980's.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul F View Post
    I'm not using Wordstar, Wordperfect, or .vi either. I left the command line interface a long time ago when Windows and the MAC came out. It's so 1980's.
    That is just sheer nonsense, a lot of contemporary computer activity uses command line and batch file operations.

    And, guess what, all what those GUI utilities do is to compose an FFmpeg command line and execute it.
    It takes a very little study to learn how to use the FFmpeg command line and once you know you have much more flexibility in what you would like to do.
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