WinFF is a program to convert videos, based on the Linux application FFmpeg (from command line), but now in a version with graphical interface, available for Linux distributions and also for Windows.
It supports the most popular video and audio formats, such as MPEG, FLV, MOV, AVI, 3GP, MP3 and MP4, among others, being able to perform conversions between combinations of these types of multimedia files. You can use the Website option as a destination when you want to switch from any video to a Flash file that you want to insert into a web page. Another useful option may be when you have a movie in divx and you want to switch to a DVD or CD.
The application is very easy to use, it is fast and has a very intuitive interface, but the most remarkable thing is that it allows you to obtain videos of good quality; It also supports multiple simultaneous conversions from multiple sources to the same output file. No additional codecs required for conversions.
Before conversions, you can adjust some parameters to determine the resolution of the video (frame size and ratio, audio quality, and other values). There is an option to preview the final result, to check the quality and size of the file before generating it and copying it to disk. Uses the external player that the user has designated by default.
WinFF 1.5 is the latest version, released in February 2013, of this video converter software that is available for several platforms: Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8), and several Linux distributions (Ubuntu, Debian, Redhat, Fedora And OpenSuse), and in several languages (including Spanish).