Downloads of QWinFF are hosted at SourceForge: https://sourceforge.net/projects/qwinff/files/.
Latest stable QWinFF release is 0.2.1 on 2015-08-22 (changelogs)
Translation files included in the release are sometimes out-of-date because they are frequently updated. You can download the latest translation files (20140210) and copy all the
*.qm files to the translation file directory (typically /usr/share/qwinff/translations on GNU/Linux and C:\Program Files (x86)\QWinFF\translations on Windows).
QWinFF depends on the following programs at runtime:
- ffmpeg (required)
- ffprobe (required)
- ffplay or mplayer (optional, for previewing audio/video cutting)
- sox (optional, for adjusting audio speed)
Source CodeQWinFF 0.2.1 Source Code (tar.bz2)
QWinFF 0.2.1 Source Code (tar.gz)
Or you can get latest development version from git repository:
git clone 'git://github.com/qwinff/qwinff.git'
WindowsQWinFF 0.2.1 Installer: install QWinFF on your computer
QWinFF 0.2.1 Portable: Portable version that doesn’t require installation (7zip sfx)
Ubuntu/MintPPA for QWinFF is available at https://launchpad.net/~lzh9102/+archive/qwinff. You can install from the ppa by the following command:
openSUSEQWinFF packages for openSUSE are provided via openSUSE Build Service repositories. Supported releases are
- openSUSE 13.2
- openSUSE 13.1
- openSUSE 12.3
- openSUSE 12.2
- openSUSE 12.1
FedoraQWinFF packages for Fedora are also available via openSUSE Build Service. The following releases are supported currently:
- Fedora 20
- Fedora 19
- Fedora 18
- Fedora 17
NOTE: FFmpeg is not included in the official repository of Fedora. The recommended way to install ffmpeg on Fedora is using the rpm-fusion repository.
The complete installation process is as follow:
ArchQWinFF is currently available on AUR.
OS/2 & eCSQWinFF for OS/2 & eCS(eComStation) is now available here.
To install QWinFF on OS/2 or eCS, the required packages are:
- Qt Runtime Library
- kLIBC / GCC Runtime Library
- FFmpeg (any version should work)
- SoX (tested only with this version)
All these packages (dynamic libs and executables) need to be in
PATHstatements of the OS/2 or eCS
It is possible then to put a “shadow“ (similar to a link for unix systems) on the desktop or where the user desires. To start QWinFF, Double-click on the icon, or simply run
qwinff.exein an OS/2 command line window.
The runtimes listed above can be also installed via
yum, but those are only for eComStation and are still in development-stage (also the repository), you can get more infomation on this wiki.