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thin liquid film

thin liquid film (TLF) is an application that allows Linux users to quickly and easily convert video files into a format suitable for playing on the video capable iPods. It uses the ffmpeg engine and allows batch processing of any number of files, displays detailed information about source video files, saves default settings for future sessions, has configurable output quality settings, and displays a progress bar. Encoded files can be uploaded directly to your iPod.

Recent releases

  •  24 Feb 2007 05:18

    Release Notes: A bug relating to the progress bar that was caused by Ubuntu's insistence on using the dash shell by default rather than the bash shell was fixed by changing the install script to detect this and give guidance on how to fix it. Otherwise, the only other changes are some minor tweaks to the install script.

    •  20 Feb 2007 08:54

      Release Notes: A bug in the h264 ffmpeg arguments was fixed along with a bug with the progress dialog not showing up. An .m4v file filter was added in the open file dialog for the file transfer list.

      •  06 Feb 2007 15:16

        Release Notes: The transfer panel now shows the total size of all files ready for transfer. The encoding options have been updated so that they work with the latest version of ffmpeg (which fixes operation in Fedora 6). A lot of minor bugs were fixed.

        •  27 Jan 2007 15:50

          Release Notes: The UI has been cleaned up, and made a bit prettier. Additional feedback for the results of encoding and transferring files has been provided, as well as feedback on user input errors.

          •  21 Jan 2007 22:09

            Release Notes: The codec list would be corrupted if only one codec was supported by ffmpeg; this is now fixed. File list order has been fixed. File info errors have been fixed for other versions of ffmpeg. The version checking code has been fixed.

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