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FF Multi Converter 1.6.0 - Instale no Ubuntu e seus derivados

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Foi lançado o FF Multi Converter 1.6.0, se você quer atualizar ou instalar esse conversor, veja com fazer isso no Ubuntu e seus derivados.

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FF multi Converter é uma aplicação gráfica simples que permite converter áudio, vídeo, imagem e arquivos de documentos entre os formatos mais populares, utilizando e combinando outros programas. Ele usa o ffmpeg para arquivos de áudio/vídeo, unoconv para arquivos de documentos e a biblioteca PythonMagick para conversões de arquivos de imagem.

 

O objetivo do FF multi Converter é reunir todos os tipos de multimídia em um aplicativo e fornecer conversões para eles facilmente através de uma interface amigável.

 

Características:

  • Faz conversões de vários formatos de arquivos;
  • Tem uma interface muito fácil de usar;
  • Dá acesso a opções comuns de conversão;
  • Gestão de áudio/vídeo ffmpeg-presets;
  • Opções para salvar e nomear arquivos;
  • Conversões recursiva.

Formatos suportados:

  • Áudio / Vídeo formatos:
  • AAC, AC3, afc, AIFF, AMR, asf, au, avi, dvd, flac, flv, MKA, MKV, mmf, mov, mp3, mp4, mpg, ogg, ogv, psp, rm, spx, vob, wav, webm, wma, wmv

E qualquer outro formato suportado pelo ffmpeg.

  • Formatos de imagem:

bmp, cgm, dpx, emf, eps, FPX, GIF, JBIG, JNG, jpeg, MrSID, p7, pdf, picon, png, ppm, psd, rad, tga, tif, WebP, XPM

  • Formatos de arquivo de documento:
    • doc -> odt, pdf
    • html -> odt
    • odp -> pdf, ppt
    • ods -> pdf
    • odt -> doc, html, pdf, rtf, sxw, txt, xml
    • ppt -> odp
    • rtf -> odt
    • sdw -> odt
    • sxw -> odt
    • txt -> odt
    • xls -> ods
    • xml -> doc, odt, pdf

Nessa atualização o programa foi portado para python3, o PythonMagick substituído por ImageMagick, foram feitas pequenas correções e alterações na lista de pré-ajustes, a lista de presets foi atualizada, os presets tem novas opções: sincronização e remover idade, há uma nova opção de manter ou não a relação de aspecto ao redimensionar uma imagem, o programa recebeu tradução para o ttaliano, espanhol, chinês (Taiwan) e malaios, além de receber várias correções de bugs.

 

Como instalar o FF Multi Converter no Ubuntu e seus derivados

 

Para instalar o FF Multi Converter no Ubuntu e ainda poder receber automaticamente as futuras atualizações dele, você deve fazer o seguinte:

 

Passo 1. Abra um terminal (no Unity use as teclas CTRL + ALT + T);

Passo 2. Adicione esse repositório para instalar o ffmpeg adequado para o programa:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:jon-severinsson/ffmpeg

Passo 3. Adicione o repositório do programa com este comando:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ffmulticonverter/stable

Passo 4. Atualize o APT com o comando:

sudo apt-get update

Passo 5. Agora use o comando abaixo para instalar o programa;

sudo apt-get install ffmulticonverter

Uma vez instalado, inicie o programa digitando no Dash:

ffmulti

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