FFmpeg Batch AV Converter

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Review FFmpeg Batch AV Converter

The converter for any file with a friendly interface.

You're probably like me. I reviewed technology products, and it took me a while to figure out what this program was supposed to do, and the name is intimidating.

But I'll explain in detail what this program does.

First, let's break down the program's name (which is bad marketing for a name).

The first thing you notice is FFmpeg. What is this? This is an open development library in which practically all the transformations of digital audiovisual files and their encoding are included. But this is work done by several developers since 2000, and it is freely available. That is why the library is powerful and can handle any file type. It brings together the time and effort of many other people into a single library for others to use.

It is included in the name because the developer who created this program (yes, it is made by one person) uses this process to transform files.

In case you didn't know, encoding is the intermediate preparation of a file to meet specific standards or formats. It doesn't mean transforming it into another but making it complete a certain kind of rule for publication or release to others.

Then the Batch indicates that several multimedia files can be processed in the batch since Batch means that a group of jobs or data are processed as a single job.

Then AV comes from audiovisuals. It refers to those types of files. It does not transform words into plain text documents. It handles audiovisual files. These can be audio or videos that can also include audio.

And Converter, well, clearly from the English word: Converter.

So we can say that it is in charge of converting audiovisual files using an open-source system that has been around for a long time. But if converting the files was already done by FFmpeg.

What does this program add to the FFmpeg library?

This program adds a user interface to the FFmpeg program. FFmpeg works with a command line that can be pretty scary for the uninitiated.

From the interface, you can drag and drop files to transform. Choose the file type to convert and the file's encoding. You can also concatenate files and cut them.

In addition, you can do this process with thousands of files and download audio from YouTube (although there are several more practical and straightforward platforms).

This program tries to facilitate the conversion of files, having at your disposal the work of many developers who have worked on FFmpeg but also allowing you to have thousands of different possibilities.

So it is the process of being able to encode and convert audiovisual files.

But who does this program work for?

Honestly, you have to know about this world. For mere mortals, we need one of those converters from MP3 to MP4 or vice versa, and that's it. Besides, if you want to download music or videos from the Internet, there are thousands of more straightforward ways, and there are pages that deal exclusively with this.

But many people need this kind of transformation and encodings in their daily lives: video editors, sound engineers, or people who work thoroughly with audiovisual files.

Maybe you were already using FFmpeg before, then this program that adds a visual platform to use it in a more straightforward, faster, and more intuitive way is perfect for you.

But if you were already using FFmpeg, you probably used the command line, which was fully functional. You didn't need to download anything, and it still worked. And if what you're after is minimalism, and having as few downloaded programs as possible, then you won't need this program.

As for the competition, let's say there are many file converters. You can opt for online converters from the browser or converters that run natively on Windows if that's what you need. Downloading a converter that can handle any file type when you usually handle 4 or 5 file types is a waste.


In the case of many, it is entirely unnecessary. It has a lot of functionality.

It's like giving a guitarist objects related to drums and percussion. It's not his field.

Honestly, it's not a program that everyone is going to use.

But if you are as curious as I am, and I don't know much about it, the download is free. I've understood quite a bit about the program, and I'm sure you will too.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is FFmpeg Batch AV Converter downloadable for Windows 10?
Yes, this software can be downloaded and is compatible with Windows 10.
What operating systems is it compatible with?
This software is compatible with the following 32-bit Windows operating systems:
Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7.
Here you can download the 32-bit version of FFmpeg Batch AV Converter.

As for Windows 64-bit, this software is compatible with:
Windows 11 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit.
Here you can download the 64-bit version of FFmpeg Batch AV Converter.
Is it compatible with 64-bit operating systems?
Yes, it is compatible with Windows 64-bit, in the following link you can download the 64-bit version.
What files do I need to download to install this software on my Windows PC?
To install FFmpeg Batch AV Converter on your PC, you have to download the FFbatch_AV_Converter_Portable_2.7.7_32bit.exe file to your Windows and install it.
If you want to install the 64-bit version, you will need to download the FFBatch_AV_Converter_2.8.5_64bit.exe file and install it on your Windows.
Which version of the program am I going to download?
The current version we offer is the 2.7.7. For Windows 64-bit the version we offer is the 2.8.5.
Is FFmpeg Batch AV Converter free?
Yes, this program is free so you will be able to use it without any limitations, and without additional cost.
Also, this software is open source, which means that you will be able to download the source code of the program, and if you are knowledgeable enough, you will be able to see how the software works internally and modify its functionality.
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