FF Multi Converter is a very simple utility in Ubuntu to convert all types of audio, video, image and document files from one format to another format with the help of a set of tools like FFmpeg, unoconv and PythonMagick.
It has a very simple GUI so that conversion from one file format to another make easier. FF Multi converter is written in python3 and PyQt4.
FF Multi Converter supported File formats
- 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
And any other format supported by ffmpeg.
- bmp, cgm, dpx, emf, eps, fpx, gif, jbig, jng, jpeg, mrsid, p7, pdf, picon, png, ppm, psd, rad, tga, tif, webp, xpm
And any other format supported by ImageMagick.
Document file formats:
- 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
This makes FF Multi converter an essential utility for every Ubuntu user. FF Multi Converter also comes with a set of presets (which can be edited and you can also import / export presets) for Android, iPod, Blackberry and more, however, they are a bit confusing and it would be very useful to have a description for each preset.
Install FF Multi Converter in Ubuntu
Ubuntu users can install the latest FF Multi Converter by using its stable PPA. Add the PPA and install it using the following commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ffmulticonverter/stable sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ffmulticonverter
For other Linux distributions, see the FF Multi Converter download page.
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