Quick Batcher
Quick Batcher
0.5

0.0

Quick Batcher free download for Mac

Quick Batcher

0.5
28 August 2007

Create video conversion batch jobs for ffmpegX.

Overview

Quick Batcher is an application that quickly and easily lets you create video conversion batch jobs for the application ffmpegX. If you have multiple videos, or multiple titles from a DVD,and you want to convert convert them all with identical settings, Quick Batcher will enter all these jobs into ffmpegX's queue in one step.

Features:

  • Drag and drop multiple video files to be entered into the ffmpegX queue with the most recent conversion settings.
  • For multi-titled DVD's, enter title numbers to be processed with the most recent conversioin settings.

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1 Quick Batcher Reviews

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Aikousha
30 June 2008

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It saves a little time, as you can send it quite a number of files and walk away, instead of waiting and submitting them every 10-20 seconds by hand. So, I definitely reccomend it, if that will lighten your work load. However, I can manually send dozens of files to ffmpegx and never have an issue with the queue, but if I attempt to send 10-12 files at a time, there is a good chance that the queue will actually stop accepting the entries. When this happens, ffmpegx gets the file info, then it changes any relevant info (frame size/frame rate, etc.) and then sends the commands to Progress, however, it doesn't actually put a job in the queue. This has happened three times in the last week. And once the queue enters this state, you have to quit and restart the jobs (or wait 'til it's done and quit), and restart the Progress queue, before it'll take any more jobs. For me, this negates it's use, when it does this, as half the point was to start a large number of jobs that'll take 20-45 minutes each, and I would like to get sleep while it continues to work. If it only accepts 10 jobs, it'll finish LONG before I wake up. I don't know if this is an issue with the scripting, the script interpreter, or the Progress queue... but it never happens when I send things manually, no matter how many things I've stuck in the queue. If anyone else has experienced this, and knows a workaround, or trick to fix it when it happens... please let me know!
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Version 0.5b
Aikousha
30 June 2008
It saves a little time, as you can send it quite a number of files and walk away, instead of waiting and submitting them every 10-20 seconds by hand. So, I definitely reccomend it, if that will lighten your work load. However, I can manually send dozens of files to ffmpegx and never have an issue with the queue, but if I attempt to send 10-12 files at a time, there is a good chance that the queue will actually stop accepting the entries. When this happens, ffmpegx gets the file info, then it changes any relevant info (frame size/frame rate, etc.) and then sends the commands to Progress, however, it doesn't actually put a job in the queue. This has happened three times in the last week. And once the queue enters this state, you have to quit and restart the jobs (or wait 'til it's done and quit), and restart the Progress queue, before it'll take any more jobs. For me, this negates it's use, when it does this, as half the point was to start a large number of jobs that'll take 20-45 minutes each, and I would like to get sleep while it continues to work. If it only accepts 10 jobs, it'll finish LONG before I wake up. I don't know if this is an issue with the scripting, the script interpreter, or the Progress queue... but it never happens when I send things manually, no matter how many things I've stuck in the queue. If anyone else has experienced this, and knows a workaround, or trick to fix it when it happens... please let me know!
Like (1)
Version 0.5b
Free

0.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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