Seamlessly edit your streamed or recorded videos using command lines and presents, while taking advantage of all FFMpeg capabilities with this app.
- Version :1.7.49
- License :Freeware
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Torben Bruchhaus
In case you are looking for a means to make your website more entertaining and engaging for your visitors, then perhaps you are considering uploading several short videos. Given the fact that you cannot clips you already have as is, chances are that you are looking for a tool that enables you to work and edit a wide variety of video formats.
FFQueue is designed as a GUI for FFMpeg and can simplify the way you convert, stream and record clips that you intend to upload to your website.
Tricky installation, but you can get around it and
Even though the setup for the app itself is not quick and smooth, it is likely that you might encounter some issues getting it to recognize the FFMpeg you have installed on your computer. You can go around this problem by making sure the ffmpeg.exe file is in the same folder with the program’s executable file.
On a side note, in case this does not do the trick, then it might help to look for the aforementioned file within the FFMpeg’s directories. It can usually be found in the bin folder.
Rugged frontend for FFMpeg, yet powerful video codec capabilities
As far as the interface is concerned, it is necessary to mention that while it is an improvement from the command-line console of FFMpeg, it is not exactly eye-candy. Then again, if you take a closer look at its features and functions, you can understand that the focus was more on the capabilities of the application.
The highlight of the utility is that it allows you to create presets for videos using a plethora of video and audio codecs, including mpeg4, mjpeg or VP8. In addition, you can add subtitles, metadata, thumbnails and select an appropriate aspect ratio for your video.
The app does not include default presets, a feature that would be useful for some users with less skills in working with FFMpeg.
An overall good tool for editing videos you stream or upload
All in all, FFQueue can come in handy if you are looking for a program that can help you edit and convert videos so they meet the specific needs of your website.