Designing Duik 16 icons: “My” theory

The “My” word in this title might sound a bit arrogant, but it’s actually quite the opposite. Read next…
Working with icons is new for me – the icons of the previous versions of Duik were not designed by myself – and I discovered how hard it can be to design icons which are: intuitive, clearly “readable” – even when they’re as tiny as only 14 pixels wide – and beautiful. Yes, I’m trying to make Duik16 at least a bit less ugly than Duik15, but this is a bonus, I’m actually working really hard to make it intuitive and quick and easy-to-use.

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Easily transcode any media to any format using FFmpeg

When working in motion pictures, it can be a big pain to export/transcode/deliver medias in some formats, and the transcoding process itself can take a very long time. FFmpeg – a cross-platform free software – can help you a lot: it’s lightning fast, and supports any formats you may need, even proRes on Windows platforms for instance. Using it may seem difficult as it’s a command line tool, but I’m explaining here how to easily and efficiently use it!

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