Unlike other video converters, VideoMorph focuses on a single goal: make video conversion simple, with an easy to use GUI and allowing the user to convert to the currently most popular video formats.
VideoMorph GUI is simple and clean, focused on usability, removing annoying options rarely used. VideoMorph is a video converter, just that. If you want a video editor, VideoMorph isn't for you.
VideoMorph uses the following libraries and programs:
You should install these programs and libraries for VideoMorph to work properly.
On Windows systems you also need:
To install the package:
sudo python3 setup.py install # This does not install dependencies
On Windows platform, the videomorph.exe file will be placed at path\to\Python3x\Scripts.
On Debian based distros:
To install from the .deb package on Debian based distros, we recommend you to use GDebi Packages Installer and follow the instructions, just that... This should install VideoMorph and its dependencies from your current repository.
To use a Portable Edition (PE), decompress the .tar.gz or the .zip file (GNU/Linux and Windows respectively) in any directory, and then double click on videomorph or videomorph.exe depending on your platform.
On Windows you may use the installers we provide.
Read VideoMorph's Manifest, then just clone the repo and make a pull request!
Licensing and Patents
VideoMorph is licensed under Apache License Version 2.0, more info at http://www.apache.org/licenses/ Following the idea of python-video-converter VideoMorph only uses the ffmpeg binary, so, VideoMorph doesn't need to be licensed under LGPL/GPL
Authors and Contributors
Copyright 2016-2018 VideoMorph Development Team.