iFFmpeg 6.2.1

iFFmpeg 6.2.1

iFFmpeg is a comprehensive media tool to convert movie, audio and media files between formats. The FFmpeg 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 6.2.1:
  • Fixed issue when encoding with hardware accelerated AAC or ALAC audio codecs (regresion issue introduced in 6.2)
  • It is now not possible anymore to scale the Save User Preset window sheet ((regresion issue introduced in 6.2)
  • The batch list options are now updated when using the up and down keys
  • Added support for HE-AAC v1 when using the CoreAudio AAC encoder
  • Adding a new audio stream now correctly sets the available audio codecs
  • Now sets the resolution and framerate to ‘original’ when setting the video codec to VP8 or VP9 (webm container)
  • Removed ‘Always use mapping’ preference option; this is now always the case
  • Added check for samplerate compatibility with CoreAudio AAC hardware accelerated encoder
  • Added support for DNxHD 1920x1080 HD1080i/24fps (with 36000, 115000 and 175000kbs)
  • Added x264 option 'Use A53 Closed Captions’
  • Improved optional XDCAM HD422 user presets
  • Improved all iDevice and Android presets considerably
  • Changed the selected batch color to have a bigger contrast with non-selected batch files
  • Enabling Close GOP now works as expected
  • Extended range for Slices to 30
  • Improved calculating optimised GOP size for encoding to VOB container
  • Added ‘SRT Without Styling Info’ for extracting subtitles.- Minor interface refinements
  • Now shows if AAC or ALAC is hardware accelerated in the popover window
  • Improved chapter editing
  • Improved creating FFmpeg commanlines
  • Merging without re-encoding now works for all container and video/audio codec combinations
  • Merging movies with more than one subtitle is now possible
  • Editing metadata key names are now correctly initialised
  • Merging with re-encoding now works again as expected
  • Padding out of scope values are now accepted
  • x265 Profile options now works correctly
  • Creating a new chapter markers now shifts the time correctly
  • Encoding to ProRes doens’t freezes iFFmpeg anymore
  • Updated MediaInfo to version 0.7.88
  • Fixed issue enabling x265 option ‘Adaptive Quantization Mode’
  • Fixed crash when no LUT file is selected for the LUT 3D video filter
  • Fixed setting the Adjust Volume value
  • Fixed issue rendering Timecode when selecting position Top/Middle
  • Fixed issue that could crash iFFmpeg when quiting
  • Fixed issue when batch thread is waiting in line
  • Fixed issue when setting threading slices
  • Fixed issue selecting Chinese or Chinese Simplified for subtitles and audio streams
  • Fixed issue setting a value for MPEG-TS option 'First pid of the PMT’
  • Fixed issue parsing First pid of the PMT and First pid. (MPEG-TS)
  • Fixed several issues with updating DNxHD and DVVideo GUI settings
  • Fixed issues when using the latest FFmpeg builds
  • Fixed regression issue encoding to MP4 containers - introduced in 6.1
  • Fixed issue saving user presets for x264 and x265 video options
  • Fixed huge memoryleak when Watchfolders is enabled
  • Fixed issue hardburning subtitles
  • Fixed and improved FFmpeg Manager
  • Fixed issue hard burning subtitles embedded subtitles
  • Fixed issue when encoding to AAC with CoreAudio
  • Fixed issue using Cropping with custom values
  • Fixed issue initialising the audio settings when video codec is set to passthru
  • Fixed issue disabling Macroblock tree ratecontrol (x264)


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  • Title: iFFmpeg 6.2.1
  • Developer: OSXSoft
  • Compatibility: OS X 10.7.3 or later, 64-bit processor
  • Language: English
  • Includes: K
  • Size: 27.33 MB
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