Simple but advanced disc burning for Mac OS X
Create data discs with advanced data settings. Create video and audio discs, Burn will convert if needed. Create DVD-Video discs. Recreate discs. Burn doesn't reinvent the wheel, it uses many powerful open source Unix utilities and is also open source.
Logiciel interface pour mencoder et d'autres outils UNIX permettant d'encoder en Divx/h264 pour Mac...
Datura is graphical user interface (GUI) front end for FFmpeg under Mac OS X.
FFmpeg libraries for iOS
This is FFmpeg libraries compiled for iOS. If you want to build it yourself, see https://github.com/kewlbear/FFmpeg-iOS-build-script.
Convert various graphics and video formats to ZX Spectrum and Timex Sinclair formats.
MediaPipe is a flexible framework to manipulate medias. It allows building customized decoding/filtering/encoding pipelines. This project contains the MediaPipe SDK along with some sample pipes.
OpenShiiva is a simple yet powerful vob to mp4 converter, featuring an all YUV pipeline, and with high quality in mind. Converts video -and- audio at the same time.
Canon DSLR, Hero GoPro and Sony F3 to MPEG2 35 MXF OP-Atom
This Mac OS application takes H.264 MOV and XDCAM EX 35 MOV material and exports them to Avid, puts consistent metadata in the MXF files for future re-link. Download the HTML help files for details in the link below. Tested cameras: Canon 5D, Canon 550D, Hero GoPro, Sony F3 with browser to MOV or MXF rewarp. - Supports 25p fps essence. - Can customize the Avid clip name and comment to the clip - Generates take names by file name order - Create sync point Avid locator - Use the Media Tool to get the new files into the bin. Download the help files for more info - https://sourceforge.net/projects/rlingest/files/Html%20help%20files/ Requirements: - Mac OS Lion 10.7 or greater - FFMPEG (with libx264) - http://ffmpeg.org - BMX Libs - https://sourceforge.net/projects/bmxlib - Sony XDCAM Browser (for Sony F3 files rewrap)
Changing format video without re-encoding with FFMpeg
This project contains two separate interfaces for Windows and Mac OS to download. They essentially do the same thing. Select a source folder with some video clips (or several files in the Mac version). The program will change the container to the selected output without reencoding. For Windows, ffmpeg needs to be installed on your system, it is included in the Mac download. For a short video demonstration of the Mac version, go to: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O278FHawa9k
iVideo is a multitrack video editing software on Mac OS X, created in Cocoa (Objective-C) and using QuickTime with a cool look & feel ;-). It can import and export all formats supported by QuickTime (including mp4) and can use digital cameras too.
mConverter is a GUI for converting video files using open source tools such as mplayer, mpeg2enc, and ffmpeg.