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  1. Hi guys! I'm a new member of this forum and I've been a AutoIt-"programmer" for 3 years now. I've desided to share one of my projects with you. It's called "FFAStrans" and it's a FlipFactory/EpisodeEngine inspired automated transcoding system based on FFmpeg and AviSynth. Now, this is not your average ffmpeg frontend, nor you general utility for converting 3 hour movies. It's off course possible but it's more aimed at production facilities, maybe run on a server, or where ever there is a need for automatically convert incoming mediafiles with decent control and feedback if something goes wrong. You can dynamically build several projects with different settings for monitoring and treating all kinds of mediafiles. The documentation for this project is none but if you like to take a look please visit the project page at code.google.com/p/ffastrans It's created with a bunch of help from this forum so thank you guys! PS: It's very beta but it kinda works as it's actually been used in production facilities. PS2: It's lots of code and it may seem ugly....which it is! Hey, I'm really not a great programmer but I usually get the functionality I want....;-) PS3: For various legal reasons the software dependencies is NOT included in the archives, but there are links to where to find them. -steipal
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