If you're due to spend time travelling and on the train, bored out of your wits and crawling up the walls with need of entertainment, pop some downloaded videos or music on your phone. You can already use complicated device-branded media converters and spend half your time searching and installing specialist codecs, but surely there's a simpler way? WinFF is a drag-and-drop utility which works for Windows and Ubuntu
, where you select the kind of file (by device) you want to convert and it does it. Sure, for the duration it displays a daunting, confusing command line prompt with numbers and frame rate data, but it does it converts most file types simply, quickly and without a fuss.To see the original post, visit the iGeneration blog.