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Cute Giraffe

   2.0.1  

KDE Video Application

Score 65%
Cute Giraffe
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Homepage:  Link
Downloads:  834
Submitted:  Mar 3 2010
Updated:  Aug 10 2013

Description:

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* Cute Giraffe - Qt-based Graphical Interface Wrapper for FFMPEG *
*****************************************************************************************

Cute Giraffe is the ultimate video/audio/image codec - a GUI wrapper for FFMPEG.


FEATURES:

- Video, audio, image conversion
- Convert multiple files (batch conversion)
- Convert audio/video from/to anything FFMPEG supports
- Convert/resize/rotate images from/to PNG/JP(E)G/TIFF/BMP/SVG*/PDF etc.
- Rotate/flip videos
- Adjust audio volume
- Variable start/stop encoding times
- Audio/video presets (from WinFF)
- Custom input variables

- Written in Python and Qt
- OS independent (tested on Linux and Windows)**
- Minimalistic and simplistic approach
- Licensed under GPL3

* It seems there is no SVG support in PortablePython-2.7.3+'s version of Qt.
** Tested only on Linux and Windows.

NOTE: Linux and Windows versions of ffmpeg use different encoder libraries,
so some options or presets may fail. Check FFMPEG supported formats and codecs
for details and enter them manually if you experience problems.


PREREQUISITES:

- Python-2.7+ (please note Python-3.x was not tested and may not work)
- PyQt-4.7+


HOW TO INSTALL FOR WINDOWS USERS:

- Python:
- www.python.org/download/
- PortablePython:
- www.portablepython.com/wiki/Download
- Qt:
- www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/pyqt/download
- For PortablePython on Windows, PyQt has to be installed in ../PortablePython/App
- Make sure PyQt version matches Python version (e.g. if Python-2.7.* is installed,
then install corresponding PyQt-Py2.7-*, otherwise it will not work)
- FFMPEG:
- http://ffmpeg.zeranoe.com/builds/
- On first start of Cute Giraffe, select FFMPEG:
\bin\ffmpeg.exe


TO START Cute Giraffe:

- For Linux users: run/open 'cutegiraffe.pyw' with 'python
- For Windows users: open 'cutegiraffe.pyw' with 'pythonw.exe'


SPECIAL THANKS TO DEVELOPERS AND SUPPORTERS:

- Yuri Bongiorno for presets option
- WinFF for Ffmpeg presets
- OpenClipart for artwork
- Python, Qt, PyQt, PyEnchant, LibreOffice, SQLAlchemy, SQLite
- Joakim Low from PythonWare for PortablePython Windows Registry script
- sqlitefktg4sa for SQLite Foreign Key Trigger Generator for SQLAlchemy




LicenseGPL
(CuteGiraffe-2.0.1)
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 It Works

 
 by ctown on: Apr 6 2010
 
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Wow, no need to build and it works. Thank you for a easy to use video converter that works. Thanks for not using Mono, still a little paranoid of it. I hope your project becomes very sucessful.

By the way I converted a WMV to Vorbis on Kubuntu Karmic. It SEEMS (from the package name) that I am using the ffmpeg version from Ubuntu's repositories.


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 Re: It Works

 
 by linuxoidoz on: Apr 7 2010
 
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Giraffe doesn't provide ffmpeg, it tries to find one on your machine and use that, otherwise you may find another ffmpeg executable (if you have another one installed somewhere) and select that. Saving program settings is not implemented yet (in next version), so when you restart Giraffe it will fall back to the one installed in the default directory /usr/bin


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 Icons

 
 by FraMari on: Feb 5 2012
 
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Hi!
Is it possible to change the program's icons?
I tried to substitute them in the icons folder with the oxygen svg icons, but it didn't change anything.
Thanks in advance!


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 Re: Icons

 
 by linuxoidoz on: Feb 5 2012
 
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Yes, you can change the icons: copy all your icons to the icons folder, edit the resources.qrc file and then compile it with "pyrcc4 -o resources.py resources.qrc".


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 Re: Re: Icons

 
 by FraMari on: Feb 5 2012
 
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Thanks a lot!


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 Rendering of the GUI

 
 by Marux on: Feb 6 2012
 
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I just downloaded the last version of Py-Qt-giraff-1.1.1 and i launched on my kubuntu 11.10 and the window looks like a qt3 application, why? if i open the old py-qt-giraff-1.0 the window looks like a regular kde4 program. is there something i can do on my pc or it's just a py-qt-giraff1.1.1 problem?


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 Re: Rendering of the GUI

 
 by linuxoidoz on: Feb 7 2012
 
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Open PyQt-giraff.pyw and comment out this line:
app.setStyle("plastique")

that is change it to:
#app.setStyle("plastique")

It's my personal preference, I like the Plastique style more, plus it give the application a consistent look on both Linux and Windows.

More info: see Detailed Description at http://developer.qt.nokia.com/doc/qt-4.8/qstyle.htm


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 Thanks!

 
 by Montblanc on: Feb 7 2012
 
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I've been using this piece of software for years and I still find it really useful! Thank you for this long term support and to Yuri too for the Italian translation. ;)


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 does not work here

 
 by crissi on: Aug 8 2013
 
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File "/home/crissi/CuteGiraffe-2.0/applications/codec/videopage.py", line 141, in video_ui
self.int_validator = QIntValidator()
TypeError: arguments did not match any overloaded call:
QIntValidator(QObject): not enough arguments
QIntValidator(int, int, QObject): not enough arguments


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 Re: does not work here

 
 by linuxoidoz on: Aug 9 2013
 
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I've tried it a few times in both video and audio and it works fine, no errors. Please tell me what exactly you're doing and what values you put in. Thanks.


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 Re: Re: does not work here

 
 by crissi on: Aug 9 2013
 
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I just want to start it.

Full backtrace:
python2.7 cutegiraffe.pyw
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "cutegiraffe.pyw", line 41, in <module>
win = Codec(a)
File "/home/crissi/CuteGiraffe-2.0/applications/codec/mainwindow.py", line 54, in __init__
self.main_ui()
File "/home/crissi/CuteGiraffe-2.0/applications/codec/mainwindow.py", line 102, in main_ui
self.video_page = VideoPage(self.files, self)
File "/home/crissi//CuteGiraffe-2.0/applications/codec/videopage.py", line 44, in __init__
self.video_ui()
File "/home/crissi/CuteGiraffe-2.0/applications/codec/videopage.py", line 141, in video_ui
self.int_validator = QIntValidator()
TypeError: arguments did not match any overloaded call:
QIntValidator(QObject): not enough arguments
QIntValidator(int, int, QObject): not enough arguments


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 Re: Re: Re: does not work here

 
 by linuxoidoz on: Aug 10 2013
 
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Please try a new version 2.0.1


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: does not work here

 
 by crissi on: Aug 10 2013
 
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Yes, It starts now :)

Thanks.


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