New in version 2.3

- Improved native Apple Silicon  support.
- Improved compiling FFmpeg commandline.
- Rewritten scanning files (faster).
- Improved H264 and H265 handling.
- Changed and updated a lot of tooltips.
- CRF double values for x265 are now respected (instead of converting to integer values).
- Update to latest MediaInfo version.
- Improved using the color settings from source.
- Now automatically adapts the video size to be compatible with the selected video codec.
- No limit in the amount of segments (DASH).
- Better calculating the buffer size when needed. 
- Fixed issue when enabling Watch folders and 'Hide ffWorks' is enabled.
- Fixed issue saving custom video size to user presets.
- Fixed issue changing the Metadata node names.
- Fixed issue printing detailed info of media files.

Important!  ffWorks does not include a compiled FFmpeg file. You have to compile or download this yourself.

For macOS 64bit 10.10 and higher (Intel and Apple Silicon)

FFmpeg files for macOS
Download FFmpeg (osxexperts version - both Intel and Apple Silicon).
Download FFmpeg (Tessus version).

FFmpeg source
Download source

Fmpeg Compile Scripts
Click Here or Here or Here

Fmpeg Compile Tutorial
Click Here

Older versions

ffWorks 1.7.1 for macOS 64bit 10.10 up to macOS 10.15 ( (there are issues when running macOS 11.00 - we recommend using ffWorks 2)
Download ffWorks

iFFmpeg 6.7.0 for Mac OS X Intel 32bit 10.8.x, 10.9.x, 10.10.x, 10.11.x, 10.12.x and 10.13.x
Download iFFmpeg 

ff·Works uses Mediainfo by Jerome Martinez