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Videomass is a cross-platform GUI for FFmpeg and yt-dlp

Project description

Videomass is a cross-platform GUI for FFmpeg and yt-dlp.

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Videomass is a powerful, multitasking and cross-platform graphical user interface (GUI) for FFmpeg and yt-dlp. It offers a wide range of features and functions, making it a comprehensive software solution.

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


Installing and Dependencies

For regular users (non-developers)

If you are not a programmer or if you are not familiar with the command line you can skip the whole part below and visit the Download and installation web page, which provides the information required to install Videomass on each operating system.



Install basic dependencies for your OS

OS Basic Dependencies
Linux/FreeBSD python3, wxpython-phoenix, pip for python3, ffmpeg
MS Windows python3, ffmpeg
MacOs python3, pip for python3, ffmpeg

Install Videomass using pip

python3 -m pip install videomass

This should also automatically install the remaining required dependencies such as wxPython (only for Mac-Os and Windows), PyPubSub, yt-dlp and requests.

On Linux and FreeBSD a launcher should be even created in the application launcher of your desktop environment.

To start Videomass on Mac-Os and MS-Windows open a console and type videomass command.

Visit Installing dependencies wiki page for more explanations.

Start Videomass manually from source code

Videomass can be run without installing it, just download and unzip the source code archive and executing the "launcher" script inside the directory:

python3 launcher

First, make sure you have installed at least all the above required dependencies.

Visit Installing dependencies wiki page for more explanations.

Videomass can also be run in interactive mode with the Python interpreter, always within the same unpacked directory:

>>> from videomass import gui_app
>>> gui_app.main()


Download files

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Source Distribution

videomass-5.0.2.tar.gz (2.5 MB view hashes)

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Built Distribution

videomass-5.0.2-py3-none-any.whl (1.6 MB view hashes)

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