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3gp-converter

   0.6  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 83%
3gp-converter
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  11743
Submitted:  Mar 28 2007
Updated:  Jan 31 2008

Description:

3gp converter is a GUI(kommander script) that uses ffmpeg to convert video files in the 3gp format, which is used by mobile phones. Custom encoding parameters can be set for video streams, such as resolution,aspect ratio,cropping,bitrate, framerate, used codec (h263, mpeg4), and one or two pass encoding. For audio streams, bitrate, samplerate (AAC only),stereo of mono sound (AAC only),audio volume(fade in,fade out), and audio codec (amr_nb, AAC) can be chosen, you can encode AMR audio files(can be usefull for old mobiles).Also you can cantrol priority of encoding,set size and time limits of encoded file.




Changelog:

1.02.2008
Added Kubuntu/Debian package of version 0.6 in deb fomat!
It should work on any debian-based distro.
Check up the homepage for downloads. http://convert3gp.sourceforge.net

15.05.2007
Added ready packages of version 0.6 in rpm and tgz fomats.
Rpm-packages should work on Red-Hat/Fedora,Suse,Mandriva and other rpm-based distros.
Tgz-packages should work on Slackware,Vector,KateOS,Zenwalk and othes slackware-based distros.

13.05.2007
v.0.6
-updated homepage and added some info
-sliders fix (now sliders moves when you set values manually)
-added prevew backend switch(ffplay/mplayer)
-added "exit" button
-added "stop" buttons for prevew

06.05.2007
v.0.5
-added prevew button for input and ecoded videos
-added custom cropping (top,bottom,left,right) of the video
-added deinterlace filter switch
-added dump video encoding statistics log switch
-added time limitation function for the video
-added size limitation of of encoded video
-added aspect ratio selector
-some interface changes
-updated readme file

27.04.2007
v.0.4
-huge interface changes (it becomes more user-friendly and comfortable)
-added priority control
-added ffmpeg presence and needed codecs support auto-detector
-added autohide function of AAC switches( if your ffmpeg doesnt support AAC encoding)
-added verbose mode switch (usefull if you can`t encode the video and don`t know what`s wrong,
ffmpeg messages can be useful)
-added audio volume control (you can tune up amplification or fading of audio volime)
-added "set defaults" button
-various code fixes

18.04.2007
v.0.3
-all settings now can be editible (use carefull,only if you know what you`re doing)
-added support for audio files encoding in AMR format(cab be usefull for old models of mobile phones)
-added clear button
-some interface chenges
-minor fixes

10.04.2007
v.0.2
-added stereo switch for AAC
-added tooltips
-added some graphics
-added input file selector filter
-added readme file
-added changelog file
-some interface fixes




LicenseGPL
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Slackware(3gp converter - tgz package)
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 New version...

 
 by scottuss on: May 6 2007
 
Score 50%

I like the new version. The GUI is great, lots of new options and little tweaks that look good but I find problems with changing the resolution again.

Would it be possible for you to list a few more standard resolution settings instead of just the 2 default 128x96 and 176X144? If I try to do it manually it wont encode


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 Re: New version...

 
 by grrl on: May 7 2007
 
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Actually valid resolutions for H.263 codec are 128x96, 176x144, 352x288, 704x576, and 1408x1152.
And you can`t encode video by this codec with any other resolutions.
The rwo last resolutions are useless for mobile phones... I can add only 352x288 preset,but I`m
not sure if the mobiles can handle such size.
Btw mpeg4 codec hasn`t such limitations ,so if your mobile can decode mpeg4 you can try
mpeg4 codec with desired picture size.


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 VERY nice

 
 by 454casull on: May 13 2007
 
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VERY nice on this latest version.

However I still noticed the 2 convert buttons one on top of the other. Is there a reason for this that I am missing?

Good job.


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 Re: VERY nice

 
 by grrl on: May 14 2007
 
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May be it`s ugly, but the second convert button appears, when AMR-only audio checkbox is checked and the button runs another script.objet and it has another error messageas.It was a fast way to implant amr-oly encodinging in earlier versions and since then I was too lazy to rewrite the code :) May be later I`ll solve it..


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 weird stuff

 
 by vetal17 on: Jan 16 2008
 
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this is really strange
i'm trying to convert a video to h263/aac (3gp) file. I check the AAC codec checkbox
but when I press convert it says that I need the amr_nb codec.
my ffmpeg supports h263, mpeg4, aac
what's wrong?


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 Re: weird stuff

 
 by 454casull on: Feb 1 2008
 
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Type ffmpeg -formats in a terminal.

You should see the line --enable-amr_nb

If you dont then ffmpeg has not been compiled for that codec. You will need to get a precompiled version with the proper codes installed or compile it your self.


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 Freeware

 
 by free3gp on: May 28 2010
 
Score 50%

This software is okay. But I much prefer [url=http://www.free-star.org/free-3gp-converter-freeware.html]Free 3gp converter[/url].


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