thin liquid film 1.00
thin liquid film project is an application which allows linux users to quickly and easily convert video files for ipods.
TLF uses the ffmpeg engine to do the encoding. It is written in pyqt, so it should work with a default kde installation, and is very easy to install.
Here are some key features of "thin liquid film":
· Batch process any number of files;
· Display detailed information about source video files;
· Change output settings for one or many files;
· Save default settings for future sessions;
· Configure output quality settings;
· Choose between mpeg4 and h264 as output codec;
· Choose between 320 and 640 output video width, while maintaining aspect ratio;
· Choose between 1 or 2 pass encoding;
· Progress bar to show encoding progress;
· Uses ffmpeg as the encoding engine;
· Upload encoded files to your ipod directly;
· Set file information for upload to your ipod;
· Add files to existing or new video playlists on your ipod;
· Add files for encoding via the included servicemenu.
· ffmpeg with xvid/h264 codec support;
· libgpod python bindings - required for upload to ipod;
What's New in This Release:
· This is the infamous 1.0 release of thinlqiuidfilm. I've finally identified the cause of the last known bug in tlf - relating to the progress bar. I think this is caused by *ubuntu's insistence on using the dash shell as default, rather than the bash shell. I've put a little routine in the install script to detect this, and guidance on how to fix it. Otherwise, the only other changes are some minor tweaks to the install script.
· Next step is to widen the scope of tlf to be a task based gui for converting video to specific device formats or for specific formats. Hopefully, this will happen soon.