Videomass is a multifunctional, multitasking front-end for FFmpeg and yt-dlp, it was designed for people who need a GUI to collect custom presets and profiles and to facilitate the application of specific video and audio filters or automate the conversion/transcoding processes even in batch mode.
It features graphical tools for viewing, analyzing, filtering and processing multimedia streams with the additional ability to downloading audio/videos via yt-dlp.
Videomass is Free (libre) Software, created and maintained by Gianluca (jeanslack) Pernigotto; it was written in Python3 using the wxPython4 toolkit; it is cross-platform and works on Linux, MacOs, Windows and FreeBSD.
The Videomass logo and artwork were created by Gianluca (jeanslack) Pernigotto
FFmpeg is a separate project, not connected to Videomass. “FFmpeg is a complete, cross-platform solution to record, convert and stream audio and video. It includes libavcodec - the leading audio/video codec library.” FFmpeg is a Trademark of Fabrice Bellard, originator of the FFmpeg project. FFmpeg is free software and is licensed under the LGPL or GPL. Specifically in the case of versions of FFmpeg packaged with Videomass on the installers for Windows and MacOS, FFmpeg is licensed under the GPL. Complete FFmpeg documentation and sources are available at FFmpeg.org
yt-dlp is a youtube-dl fork based on the now inactive youtube-dlc. The main focus of this project is adding new features and patches while also keeping up to date with the original project. The project development page can be found here.
- Italian translation by Gianluca Pernigotto
- Russian translation by ChourS
- Dutch translation by Roelof Berkepeis and johannesdedoper
- Spanish translation by katnatek from https://blogdrake.net/
- Portuguese (Brazialian) translation by Samuel
- French translation by Phil Aug
- Simplified Chinese by MaiJZ
For their suggestions and invaluable help.