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2video4mobile

   0.8  

KDE Service Menu

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  1068
Submitted:  May 18 2009
Updated:  Aug 27 2011

Description:

Converts videos to cell phones / mobile phones that support .mp4 format in 320x240, like e.g. my Sony Ericsson (Should also work with PSP / iPhone / several iPods)


Installation for KDE4 (only for kde4 version)
Home installation:
- place the .desktop file in $(kde4-config --localprefix)/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/

System-wide installation:
- place the .desktop file in $(kde4-config --prefix)/share/kde4/services/ServiceMenus/

This Servicemenu requires you to have vlc installed.


Enjoy!




Changelog:

Version 0.8
-Switched from ffmpeg to vlc
-Better Quality, but takes also a bit longer to convert
-Output of transcoding process is now written to /tmp/vlcTranscode.log

Version 0.7
- Adapted to FFmpeg parameter change
- Appended _mobile to proposed output file name

Version 0.6
- Integrated the shell script into the servicemenu file
- Changed the proposed output name

Version 0.5
- Fixed conversion parameters for better sound quality
- Stereo sound
- Bitrate limit

Version 0.4
- chinese and french language support added

Version 0.3
- english and german version
- save-as dialog
- overwrite dialog
- notification on finish

Version 0.1
- Initial release (english only), feel free to nag around




LicenseGPL
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 thanks

 
 by WillS on: Mar 20 2010
 
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hoihoi,

Thank you for this service menu. It's very useful and works fine with my iPod nano. For me I edited line 51 in 2video4mobile.sh to

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newname=$(kdialog --getsavefilename "$(basename "$1" .avi).mp4" "*.mp4 |MP4 $FILES")


to get proposed the name in dialogue. The '.avi' removes this extension. I didn't figure out a way to get work for all file types. Perhaps, you can.

It would be very nice, if you could add a progressbar or something like this. I played around with the 'kdialog --progressbar'. But I'm not familiar with dbus-commands to get the state of ffmpeg.


will;


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 Re: thanks

 
 by DaHoC on: Aug 21 2010
 
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Hi,
I changed the proposed name, and I also would like to have a progressbar, but that turned out to be rather difficult and is not included yet (I don't know if it's even possible actually)


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 not working

 
 by pawanyadav on: Oct 6 2010
 
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the script is not working....after update

opensuse 11.3, KDE 4.4 here


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 Re: not working

 
 by DaHoC on: Oct 7 2010
 
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Thanks, I just fixed it!


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 still not working

 
 by pawanyadav on: Oct 7 2010
 
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thanks for update.... but its still not working...


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 Re: still not working

 
 by DaHoC on: Oct 7 2010
 
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hmm, I found the error and fixed it, for me it works fine again.
After copying the Servicemenu, dolphin needs some time (about 30sec. for me) to update to the new version, maybe try again?
Otherwise, I cannot reproduce the error and thus don't know what exactly the issue is...


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 suggestion

 
 by kdekda on: Jan 24 2011
 
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could 2video4mobile create an ouput text file with the log of the operations?


i've compiled ffmpeg with aac support, but nothing happens when I try to convert a video


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 2video4mobile

 
 by pawanyadav on: Aug 28 2011
 
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mplayer/mencoder can be used? can someone provide script for the same?


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 Re: 2video4mobile

 
 by DaHoC on: Sep 17 2011
 
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Yes, you can also use mencoder, it should not be that difficult if you use this script as draft.


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