The Ultimate FFmpeg GUI for Windows. myFFmpeg portable is a graphical front-end for FFmpeg, a command-line tool used to convert multimedia files between formats. The command line instructions can be very hard to master/understand, so iFFmpeg does all the hard work for you. This allows you to use FFmpeg without detailed command-line knowledge.
Professional Quality and Control
Convert and processes many media files with Pro level quality using FFmpeg with no knowledge.
Advanced users are not left out in the cold with lots of options to work with.
Support for many codecs and containers like MPEG4, H264, H265 HEVC, Matroska, PRORES, DNxHD, DVVideo, MPEG TS, MPEG PS, XAVC, FLV, Theora, AVI, OGG, VP8 & VP9 (.webm), Animated GIF, VOB, MXF, GFX and many more..
Merging media files
Stitch unlimited files to one file. Two methods : Concat passthru (blistering fast) and Complex Filter.
Both hardburn subtitles and soft subtitles are supported (External or Embedded).
A lot of presets are included by default: iPod, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, PS4, Xbox One, Wii-U, Android, YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo and many more
- Encode multiple files at once
- Encode up to 8 batch at the same time.
+300 advanced options
Convert with control and power
Export movies to Images
Support for .png, .bmp, .jpg
+30 Video filters
Add watermark, timecode rendering, padding and cropping, rotating, sharpen, blurring, …
Adjust Volume, Fade In/Out, Earwax, Audio Tempo, Bauer stereo, …
DVD .iso export
Author as DVD .iso file for easy DVD burning
Images to movies
Convert .png, .bmp, .jpg images to any movie format.
Make and manage your own user presets.
Add as many audio streams, subtitles, video and audio filters.
Keep track of all FFmpeg output for debug errors.
Cut start and endings with ease.
Apply deinterlacing, interlacing, Inverse Telecine,…
– Added support for Tiff images.
– Added CRF support for Webm containers (VP8 and VP9).
– Fixed VP8 ‘Noise Reduction Max Frame’ option.
– Fixed VP8 ‘Reduction Filter Strength’ option.
– Improved encoding to webm container.
– Optimised compiling commandline when using hardware accelerated encoding.