FFmpegYAG portable is a lightweight Windows application designed as a graphical user interface for the FFmpeg audio/video processing tool. The utility comes with support for batch encoding and video preview capabilities. It can be deployed on all Windows versions out there.
The program sports a straightforward design that integrates all configuration parameters into a single layout. A help manual is not included in the package so you need to experiment a little bit with the setup options in order to understand how it works.
Videos can be imported in the working environment using only the built-in browse button (the drag-and-drop support is not implemented). In addition, you can check out details about each imported clip, namely filename, extension, duration, and size.
Thanks to the integrated player, you can preview videos directly in the main window frame by frame. You may also seek for a position in the video streams in order to jump to a specific frame.
Video conversion and other tweaking options
ffmpegYAG offers you the possibility to crop or trim video files, pick the output file format (e.g. MP4, MOV, OGG, MPEG, MP3, AC3, FLAC, WAV), and select the saving directory.
Advanced video configuration settings are on the feature list for helping you tweak the codec, bitrate, frame size, and aspect ratio. When it comes to audio tweaking parameters, you are allowed to alter the codec, bitrate, frequency, and channels.
You can also save scripts to CMD file format so you can use them in future projects. Batch actions can be employed for converting multiple videos at the same time.
Tests have shown that ffmpegYAG carries out encoding tasks quickly. It eats up from a low up to a moderate amount of CPU and memory resources.
- batch encoding for multiple tasks
- interactive video preview, real-time video/audio playback
- multiple streams processing for video/audio/subtitles
- trim file to segments (with optional fade in/out filters) and concatenate them