ffWorks
ffWorks
2.0.3

4.9

ffWorks free download for Mac

ffWorks

2.0.3
18 March 2020

Convert multimedia files between formats (was iFFmpeg).

Overview

ffWorks, focused on simplicity, brings a fresh approach to the use of FFmpeg, allowing you to create ultra-high-quality movies without the need to write a single line of code on the command-line.

  • High Quality and Control - Convert and processes many media files with high level quality using FFmpeg with no knowledge. Advanced users are not left out in the cold with lots of options to work with.
  • Media Formats - Support for many codecs and containers like MPEG4, H264, H265 HEVC, Matroska, PRORES, DNxHD, DVVideo, MPEG TS, MPEG PS, XAVS, FLV, Theora, AVI, OGG, VP8 and VP9 (.webm), Animated GIF, VOB, MXF, GFX, and many more.
  • Merging Media Files - Stitch unlimited files to one file using either of two methods: concat pass-thru (blistering fast) and Complex Filter.
  • Subtitles Support - Both hard-burned and soft subtitles are supported (external or embedded).
  • Presets - A lot of presets are included by default: iPod, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, PS4, Xbox One, Wii-U, Android, YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and many more.
  • Encode Multiple Files at Once - Batch-encode up to 8 files at the same time.
Features
  • 300+ advanced options - Convert with control and power
  • 40+ video filters - Add watermark, timecode rendering, padding and cropping, rotation, video stabilisation, sharpening, blurring, deinterlacing, and much more.
  • Export movies to images - Support for .png, .bmp, and .jpg
  • Monitor output - Keep track of all FFmpeg output for debug errors.
  • Watch folder - Drag-and-drop a media file in your watch folder, and ff·Works will automatically encode it.
  • User presets - Make and manage your own user presets.
  • 4K and 5K support - Create UltraHQ movies.
  • Audio filters - Adjust volume, fade in/out, earwax, audio tempo, Bauer stereo, merging, channel mapping, etc.
  • Images-to-movies - Convert .png, .bmp, or .jpg images to any movie format.
  • Trimming movies - Cut start and endings with ease.
  • Chapter editing - Add chapters with ease for MP4, MOV, and MKV formats.
  • Unlimited streams - Add as many audio streams, subtitles, video, and audio filters.

What's new in ffWorks

Version 2.0.3:

Important: ffWorks does NOT include a compiled FFmpeg file! You have to compile or download this yourself.

  • Now checks if the video size is divisible by 2 for H264 and H265.
  • Improved FFmpeg search feature.
  • Fixed issue with Sparkplug.
  • Fixed crash when Trim window is visible and click on batch file.
  • Fixed issue setting options for Audio Delay filter.
  • Fixed some GUI issues when running older macOS (OS X) versions.

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Bolt1963
23 August 2019

Most helpful

Excellent app. Version 1.4 introduced a problem with trimming (e.g. preview not working as it should). Immediately solved within one day with release of version 1.4.1.
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Version 1.4.0
Jeffk62
13 February 2020
ff-mpeg is one of the best encoders around and FF-Works adds the user interface that makes it simple to use while still being able to get to the power user stuff if you need to. It's rapidly become my go-to app for all my transcoding.
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Version 1.7.1
Gitte79
13 November 2019
If there is one tool I can't miss it is this. A very flexible encoding application, powered by ffmpeg, that makes all other free and payed converters obsolete. The regular updates are very welcome and indicate that the makers take great care to keep improving it every single time. The ridiculously low price is fully worth it. Top application.
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Version 1.5.1
davidvh
05 September 2019
I'm in agreement... ffWorks is a great app. I'd like to create 8-channel E-AC3 (Dolby Digital Plus) files to play on an Apple TV. However, the resulting files have only 6 channels. I wonder if its a FFmpeg issue.
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Version 1.4.2
Bolt1963
23 August 2019
Excellent app. Version 1.4 introduced a problem with trimming (e.g. preview not working as it should). Immediately solved within one day with release of version 1.4.1.
Like (2)
Version 1.4.0
Christel1987
03 June 2019
I've been using this for a very long time and it's still by far the best program in its class. Gets updated very regularly with new features too. FFworks is a really great program for a low price that you should definitely have and use.
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Version 1.2.6
OsloX
10 May 2019
I use this for all kinds of things like converting for my iPad with subtitle rendering, reducing movies without loss of quality, making time-lapse movies and much more. You really get a lot for the low price. Great product.
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Version 1.2.4
Rochade
10 May 2019
I really would love to update ffWorks but they won't send me any info. I already filled out the form on their website several times and never heard back. So, sorry: if you don't want my money, I will look somewhere else. And yes, my mail address is registered and works fine. And no, the mail is not in any spam folder.
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Version 1.2.4
1 answer(s)
OSbytes
OSbytes
10 May 2019
Please send us a mail to info@ffworks.net so we can take a look at this asap.
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dverellen
26 February 2019
Every now and then you'll come across a program that blows you away. FFWorks is such a discovery.
I used to use the free handbrake on Windows in the past and recently on Mac and it works pretty well. But because I had to convert some files to webm, I was looking for a better solution. I found Ffworks and was surprised how powerful and fast this program is. Adding and modifying video, audio and subtitles is easy and very flexible. Tons of video and audio fx plugin are included and useful for all sort of things.

This is a real gem that any Mac user can use. For 20€ this is a bargain and for me it has become an indispensable tool.
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Version 1.1.16
Stephan2nd
15 February 2019
Fantastic tool and the only program needed to convert media files. Superb helpdesk that answers quickly.
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Version 1.1.16
Macinman
12 February 2019
Hey guys, I was wondering if I can symlink to the ffmpeg binary installed with homeBrew to the ffworks support folder? It would then make it only necessary to keep one version of ffmpeg up to date.
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Version 1.1.16