iFFmpeg 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.
WHAT’S NEW Version 6.7.0:
Only works and optimised for macOS 10.10 or higher.
Now only works on 64bit systems. Does not rely anymore on 32bit binaries. (Read: future proof for later non-32-bit macOS versions)
Revamped GUI to improve workflow.
Added support for h264 and h265 hardware encoding (make sure you use a FFmpeg with support for Videotoolbox)
Batch view is now split in Source and Target panes.
You can now also change the video and audio codecs directly in the right pane.
Video and Audio now have ‘Advanced’ buttons in the right pane. This opens the relevant advanced options of the selected video or audio codec.
Now shows the batch number for each batch.
Now uses system font instead of system_small font for better reading.
You can now use the cursor buttons to set the trimming times.
Auto show settings window after adding audio, filter, trimming, metadata and chapters.
When adding external audio, the dialog now uses the source path as the initial folder.
When changing the destination path, the dialog now use the source path as the initial folder.
Changed font for the FFmpeg Info, Detailed Info and FFmpeg log windows to Courier.
Now shows the physical file size instead of the data length for media files.
Renamed option ‘Convert H264 bitstream from length to start code prefixed mode’ to ‘Convert H264 or HEVC bitstream from length to start code prefixed mode’.
CRF value can now be set to 69.
When setting video or audio to passthru ff·Works checks if filters are present.
Rearranged target set list.
Renamed video filter ‘Time Cutter’ to ‘Time Trimmer’.
Selecting a HEVC preset, always uses HVC1 as FourCC so it is playable with latest macOS versions.
A Save dialog window is now used to save user presets.
When changing destination path/filename, the dialog now uses the movies path as initial folder.
Now displays the file size correctly.
When pausing encoding, it is now possible to fully stop encoding.
Select a batch that is encoding now shows a ‘encoding in progress..’ warning.
Removing the external audio file from a audio stream, now selects the source audio stream when available.
The Watchfolder window can now be scaled.
Trimming timeline now shows thumbnails.
The Trimming max frame value is correctly set referring to the source FPS.
Selecting MPEG container now uses AC3 as the default audio codec.
Now automatically adds Video and Audio PTS filters when using hardburning subtitles and trimming.
Added ‘Subtitles Wizard’.
Added ‘PassThru Wizard”.
Added magic stick icon button to show the ‘Passthru Wizard”.
Added .hevc file extension.
Added x265 option “SMPTE ST 2086 mastering display color volume SEI info”
Added x265 option “x And Y display primaries for R”
Added x265 option “x And Y display primaries for G”
Added x265 option “x And Y display primaries for B”
Added x265 option “X,Y display primaries white point”
Added x265 option “Max and Min Luminance”
Added x265 option “Max. Contact and max. Frame average light level”
Added x265 option “Force singling of HDR parameters in SEI packets”.
Added x265 option “Add luma and chroma offsets for HDR/WCG content”
Added x265 option “Limits frames for tone mapping information inserted as SEI message”.
Added support for DNxHR 8bit and 12bit.
Added option ‘DNxHR profiles’ (444’,’HQX’,’HQ’,’SQ’ and ‘LB’).
Added support for 1440×1080 (HD1080 Wide screen) for DNxHD.
Added support for recent files in menu.
Added preference option ‘Show PassThru Wizard when adding batch files’.
Added preference option ‘Always request for destination filename’.