Name: iFFmpeg for Mac Version: 6.3.1 Release Date: 08 Apr 2017 Mac Platform: Intel OS version:OS X 10.7.3 or later Web Site: http://www.iffmpeg.com/ Overview: iFFmpeg is a comprehensive media tool to convert movie, audio and media files between formats. The FFmpeg command line instructions can be very hard to master/understand, so iFFmpeg does all the hard work for you. This allows you to use FFmpeg without detailed command-line knowledge. What's New in Version 6.3.1: ・Notifications now have a button ’Show’ to show the encoded file in the Finder (Make sure the iFFmpeg notification is set to ‘Alerts’ in the System Preferences) ・Added ‘Open Recent File’ menu ・Added Video Reverse filter (*) ・Added Audio Reverse filter (*) ・Added CRF support for Webm containers (VP8 and VP9) ・Added pixel format 'ARGB' ・Added MP2 audio codec for VOB containers ・Added option "Set timescale of all video tracks’ (video_track_timescale) ・Added several help tags ・Added Uncompressed YUV 4:1:1 12-bit support ・Added ‘CSV’ to list file format when encoding to segments ・Editing the chapters names and times is now saved ・Selecting a batch that’s in-progress now shows a message in the right pane ・Now checks if an user preset file is still present when it is set as default ・Better splitting audio streams when MP3 is selected ・Improved quality for exporting to JPG images ・Improved encoding to WebM container ・'Frames to look ahead' now links correctly when x265 HEVC is selected ・Setting animated GIF count loop to ‘No Loop’ does now works ・Updated to MediaInfo 0.7.93 ・Fixed VP8 'Noise Reduction Max Frame’ option ・Fixed VP8 'Reduction Filter Strength’ option ・Fixed isue saving Dejudder filter options ・Fixed issue encoding to segments with trimming enabled ・Fixed issue setting the option Psycho Visual Strength value ・Fixed issue settingh the Audio Time Offset value ・Fixed issue with reading invalid values that could hardcrash iFFmpeg ・Fixed issue encoding to DTS audio codec ・Fixed issue setting the default subs charset encoding ・Fixed issue enabling auto padding (padding filter) ・Fixed issue with trimming and using video passthru ・Fixed issue pausing encoding ・Fixed issue using the VLC player for previewing ・Fixed issue that crashed iFFmpeg after encoding finished (only OS X 10.7 and OS X 10.8) (*) Note: the reverse filters use a lot of memory! The whole media file is loaded into memory. In most cases the Reverse filters are for smaller clips, but they do work for full-length movies too.