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  1. Alfred Base64 Direct download: Encode:Decode Base64.alfredworkflow GitHub Link: Alfred Base64 README file: located here License: GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE Packal: Alfred Base64 This is a simple workflow that allows you to covert files to/from base 64 using an Alfred file action. Here are some screenshots to demonstrate: Installation: Download the latest release from the above link and double-click to install. Usage: Simply activate the Alfred file actions menu and type "Encode Base64" or "Decode Base64" Attributions: Icon adopted from "restart by Alice Design from the Noun Project" Compatibility: This workflow uses the base64 utility that has come with Mac OS X since v10.7 (released in 2011), so as long as you've updated in the last decade this workflow should function fine. 🙂 Notes: This is my first public workflow post (but not the last 😉), so if I missed something or did something wrong please let me know so I can fix it for next time. Thanks!
  2. Today i found the "Encode selected Movie with Finder" in my OS X Mountain Lion Services Menu. So i decided to make an Alfred Workflow of this nice OS X 10.8+ Feature. I assume it uses QuickTime to encode the movies, so not 3rd Party Software is needed. You can assign a Hotkey to open the encode Dialog for the selected Movies and you can use the Keyword "encode" in Alfred. When you hit ENTER, the following Dialog opens up After the encoding is finished, a Push Notification will be sent. And of course, it uses AlleyOOP for Updates Download here... Changelog: 1.0: Initial Release
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