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i found this media convertor "QWinFF" , what does any one think of this one ?

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at first i was looking for something on handbrake, but found this on a old post instead, it looks interesting . its called "QWinFF" .
has any one else used this ?. can it make a large file smaller ?.

here is the link to it , looks nice, but is it cool ?.

"QWinFF"

http://qwinff.github.io/

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That looks like it has not been updated in a long time.

Stick with handbrake.
 

 

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That looks like it has not been updated in a long time.

Stick with handbrake.

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at first i was looking for something on handbrake, but found this on a old post instead, it looks interesting . its called "QWinFF" .
has any one else used this ?. can it make a large file smaller ?.

here is the link to it , looks nice, but is it cool ?.

"QWinFF"

http://qwinff.github.io/

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Last updated: 2015. That being said it doesn't mean won't work, but there are better and newer well and constantly maintained alternatives. I think in your case "resizing a video" openshot might be what you're looking for https://www.openshot.org/ Also, check this tutorial https://www.openshot.org/user-guide/

Hope this helps! :)
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I agree with Openshot suggestion by Moltke. An Appimage can be downloaded from the web site, no installation needed. Works great for me on LL3.8
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Videmux also could be considered as an option, I use it to split'n combine video clips.
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