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  1. https://github.com/slackticus/alfred-ffmpeg-convert Alfred Workflow to Convert a video to MP4 with hinted streaming for web. Reduces file size significantly without much video reduction. #################### Dependencies #################### Alfred - 3.6.1+ ffmpeg (recomend installing with Homebrew: https://brew.sh/) Flags These are the flags I started out with. I don't know if I will rember to update the readme if I change them: -codec:v libx264 -crf 21 -bf 2 -flags +cgop -pix_fmt yuv420p -codec:a aac -strict -2 -b:a 256k -r:a 48000 -movflags faststart If you want to change them, you will need to do so in the bash script. Directions Open Alfred and type "encode", space, then the name of the file to convert. I will put the updated version in the same place, but will add -encoded.mp4 to the name. Example: encode example.mov Will Become: example-encoded.mp4 Big movies will take a while to encode so it will let you know when it starts and when it finishes with big type on the screen and a sound.
  2. Hello everyone! I just made a exchange rate workflow, check out on github and in packal! Github -> https://github.com/kennedyoliveira/alfred-rates Packal -> http://www.packal.org/workflow/rates Its simple, but very useful. I hope it can helps someone as help me. Any feedback is appreciated! Convert between many currencies using the YQL (Yahoo! Query Language) to get the exchange rates in realtime for free. Screenshots Convert from USD to EUR Convert from default configured currency (BRL in my case) to USD Autocomplete example Usage: rate <VAL> <CUR SRC> <CUR DST> -> Convert the value from the currency to the currency . Example: rate 100 BRL USD rate <VAL> <CUR DST> -> Convert the value to the default currency setted with ratesetcurrency comand. rate <CUR SRC> <VAL> -> Convert the value from the currency to the default currency setted with ratesetcurrency command. rate <CUR DST> -> Convert the default currency to the <CUR DST>, just to show the rates. ratesetcurrency <CUR DST> -> Set the default currency, for use with the comands rate <VAL> <CUR DST> and rate <CUR SRC> <VAL> rateclear -> Clears all the cached data, used when there is a new version for removing olds caches. New Version 2.4.0! Added support for multiple queries with one command. Added support for checking a conversion for many currencies, see below: Now the currencies list and info is online, so when there are new currencies update there's no need to update the workflow to get just the currency list, it'll be downloaded. New Update : Added support for basic mathDivision Multiplication Sum Substraction Support for 4 digits after the decimal Configurable division digit "," or "."
  3. Critical update to v3.1 on 2017-11-02 (Yahoo! Finance API is dead) Alfred-Convert v3 Yet another conversion workflow. Main features: Works offline, so super fast (occasional web access required to update exchange rates) Many hundreds of units supported 1000+ currencies supported, including cryptocurrencies Custom, user-defined units Auto-updates Downloading Download from GitHub. Usage The syntax is simple: the quantity, the unit you want to convert from then the unit you want to convert to. For example: conv 128 mph km conv 72in cm conv 100psi bar conv 20.5 m/s mph Please see the README on GitHub for full instructions. Supported units Currently, Alfred-Convert supports all the units understood by the underlying Pint library plus a handful of additional units and 1000+ currencies. You can see a list of the supported currencies on the GitHub page. Adding custom units You can also add your own custom units. Use convinfo to open the unit definition file and the documentation describing how the definition format. If you have a unit you think should be included by default, please create a corresponding GitHub issue or ask in this thread.
  4. A better unit converter Download V0.6 contact thijs@designandsuch.com for questions, bugs, ideas and such try out the demo There are more unit converters available. but i didn't like the lack of speed due to the feeds. Thus i redid one myself which calculates everything on your mac. It fetches new currency data once in a while.. that's the only time when a second delay might appear. And in my humble opinion it's already better than all other unit converters around. I might add more units in the future but so far it has: - 7 units temperature ( celsius, kelvin, fahrenheit etc. ) - 21 units on length ( km, miles, nautical miles etc. ) - 15 units on weight ( kg, lb, etc. ) - 8 units on time ( days, hours, years months etc ) - 18 units on digital memory ( GB, MB TB bytes, kilobytes etc ) - 5 units on speed ( km/h, miles per hour etc. - 90 units on currencies ( euro, dollar, pounds, dinar etc. ) that's 164 units It has a nice blind rating system. so the more you choose for one answer, the more it will be likely that that one shows up in the suggestions. Automatic updates from a currency xml file I am working on an automatic update on the whole workflow so i could add new features while you use it. But that is not finished yet.. and i thought.. let's start sharing maybe ill get some nice feedback for possible cool ideas. * designed the icons myself, probably could work some more on those too. it doesn't need explanation... if you'll just start typing "5 kilometer to miles..." or something you will figure out how it works. some screenshots:
  5. Note: This workflow is no longer maintained. This is a really simple workflow that performs unit conversions. Conversion commands look like: u {value} {in units} > {out units} You can include a space after the u keyword, but it's not required. Units can generally be abbreviated or not, as long as the input is unambiguous. Here are some valid commands: u 5km > miles u 5km > mi u5km>mi You can also do unit math (again, spaces are generally optional): u 1cm * 1in u 1in^2 / 2mm^2 u1cm+2.5in-3mm>ft Just remember that units matter. You won't get any output if you try to do something like 1cm * 1in > in, because multiplying two lengths gives an area (like in^2). The calculator is called as you type, so it'll give you an answer whenever you type a query it can process. Actioning the result will copy the value (just the number) to the clipboard. That's it! Well, there are also a couple options you can configure. You can open the configuration file with the command u>. The options are: "separator" - what separator to use between the input value and output units "precision" - how many decimal digits to include in the output (set to null for unlimited) More info and source is available here. Download Update 2014/05/22: You can now use a space between a number and its units (e.g., "5 km" in addition to "5km"). Update 2014/02/06: Unit math is back! Update 2013/12/07: Add output precision option (see above) Update 2013/12/01 (again): Bug fix Update 2013/12/01: Added support for using "space" as the unit separator, so you can do queries like "1mile km". Update 2013/11/30: Added Euros to the currency list. I also added a couple extra commands, accessible with the 'u>' command, Update 2013/11/29: Currency conversion is back. Update 2013/11/25: At last, I pushed out an update that should have this back up and running. It's using a local library now, so it's faster and not subject to the whims of Google. Sorry it took so long. Update 2013/11/5: Google shutdown the API this workflow was using on November 1, so it's broken until I switch it to something else. Sorry about that. I'll have it back up and running in a day or two. Update 2013/10/11: Bugfix Update 2013/8/14: It should now work with Snow Leopard (Python 2.6). Update 2013/8/13: Now with Alleyoop support!
  6. Here's a workflow that's useful for developers; it allows you to convert between timestamps and formatted datetime strings with ease. Simply type "df" followed by: "now", a UTC unix timestamp, or a formatted datetime string. This will present you with the parsed date in various formats ready to copy to your clipboard. Download
  7. Colors v2.0.0 Get it from Packal (Recommended) Quick Summary: This workflow can process and convert all CSS color formats and several Objective-C formats, namely NSColor (calibrated and device) and UIColor. It also provides an interface to the OS X color panel for easier color manipulations. It's written in native code (i.e. it's really fast). Quick Preview: You can find a full description on Packal. Direct download • source code on Github
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