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Avi 2 iPod / PSP (mp4)

   2.1.3  

KDE Kommander Script

Score 80%
Avi 2 iPod / PSP (mp4)
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  10253
Submitted:  Apr 25 2007
Updated:  Feb 3 2008

Description:

Batch or single convert your .Avi files to .mp4 so you can watch them on your video iPOD or PSP.

Kommander ffmpeg and (mplayer for the progressbar to work) are required.

ffmpeg MUST HAVE----- xvid------ or h264-------- SUPPORT ENABLED

If you need to recompile ffmpeg for xvid support here is a guide from (K)ubuntu. Adjust as needed for your distro.
https://help.ubuntu.com/community/iPodVideoEncoding

Here is another for Fedora
http://videotranscoding.wikispaces.com/ffmpeg

Here is a precompiled binary for debian distros with the proper codecs. Use at your own risk!
http://www.debian-multimedia.org/pool/main/f/ffmpegcvs/ffmpeg_20070329-0.0_i386.deb

This newest version 2.1.2 WILL work for the old and new versions of ffmpeg. However, on the newer versions of ffmpeg if you have a video with 6 channel 5.1 audio it MAY NOT work on that file. This is due to limitations of the newer ffmpeg. I had some luck but the channels were messed up (center was right, left was rear)

The video codec is xvid or h264 and audio is aac.

Options for

Preview
Audio bitrate
Video bitrate
Aspect ratio
TV, PSP or iPod output

h264 is VERY slow but it can make the files much smaller by lowering the bitrate to half of the xvid with the same quality.




Changelog:

PLEASE report any failures by sending me a message on www.kde-apps.org
telling me what you did and how it failed. Also include the output from the command "ffmpeg -formats"
Thank you

V2.1.3
Konqueror service menu for quick no GUI conversion (Kdialog progressbar will appear).

Konqueror service menu to open selected file in Avi2iPod.

Output directory is preserved on exit.

Tab widget changed to include relevant execute button on the appropriate tab.

Installer script to place the service menus and icons in the proper place.

The installer script is not required to run the program (just service menu). Simply click the *.kmdr file if you dont want to use the service menus.

2.1.2

This newest version 2.1.2 WILL work for the old and new versions of ffmpeg. However, on the newer versions of ffmpeg if you have a video with 6 channel 5.1 audio it MAY NOT work on that file. This is due to limitations of the newer ffmpeg. I had some luck but the channels were messed up (center was right, left was rear)


If you can, get a slightly older version or if you are using a debian distro use the one in the debian-multimedia.org repros.

If Avi2iPod fails you either dont have the codecs installed or you have a new version that is not quite where it needs to be yet for 6 channel audio.

V2.1.1

Added default values for AV codecs in the event Avi2iPod cannot determine your ffmpeg config. Default codecs are libfaac libx264 libxvid. If you get a message that a codec is not installed it still may work.

v2.1

Added total time counter displayed at completion of encoding.
Tweaked ffmpeg settings to acheive better bitrate control.
Final file sizes are now predictable due to the improved bitrate control.
Added a preview tab so users can see what the final product will look like without encoding the entire video.
Included in the preview tab the selected file is automatically played with detected viewing programs after the sample is generated.
Included in the preview tab the estimated final file size is displayed.
Included in the preview tab is some basic information about the file you are encoding.


v2.0
Added check to see if Xvid, h264 and aac support are installed. If not error reported. (need feedback)
Added support for the SUPER wide screen format 2.35:1 (PSP iPOD TV)
Removed check box "I have a different version of ffmpeg" Your type of video codecs (libx264 h264 libxvid xvid) are now automatically detected.
Removed choices for resolution. The choice of aspect ratio and iPod or TV automatically determines resolution.
Removed the requirment to have custom FW installed on your PSP. The PSP tab should encode for all PSP's now.
Removed Presets. The choices are now simple enough that presets are not needed.
Removed Volume tab and added it to the iPod options tab.
Fixed a problem with the alternate codecs ( see above. libxvid libx264 aac vs xvid h264 aac) I still need feedback on this.

v2.0 Beta 4
Added options for different versions of ffmpeg. Some versions use libxvid libx264 and libfaac for the video and audio codecs.
Others use xvid h264 and aac.
Added clickable text to select the check boxes.
Added minor cosmetic changes.

v2.0 Beta 3
Added ffmpeg realtime ouput to statusbar
Added PSP AVC native resolution 16:9 (480x272) 4:3 (368x272) encoded with h264.
Files are now renamed to the specifics of the format.

v2.0 Beta 2
Added h264 support
Added real time current file progress bar
Added optimized encoding for TV resolutions.
Added presets for xvid & h264
Added support for Dual Core processors (I don't see much of a difference)

v1.3
Added a low priority option
Changed layout
Changed icons/Graphic
Added Presets & Volume gain
Fixed bug for spaces in filename

v1.2
Added index counter (File x of x).
Minor cosmetic formatting changes.

v1.1
Changed resolutions for TV
Added icons for Aspect ratio and Resolution dropdown boxes




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 Feature request

 
 by tstruppi on: Jan 7 2008
 
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>> What else would you like saved other than output directory?

If possible, the settings for aspect, bitrate, codec, volume

I have just come across a problem with filenames containing commas or funky characters (e.g."ü"): they will cause the script to output

"Error in widget ScriptH264:
Too many arguments for 'exec' (2 instead of 1).
Correct syntax is: exec(QString command)"

and abort execution, or jump to 100% without processing.
Might be an ffmpeg issue, too.

Thanks for all your hard work.


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 Very Nice

 
 by BorgQueen on: Feb 3 2008
 
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Great app. The way you designed it made it easy to tailor it for my own uses. (Directory location, servicemenu etc).

These ipod apps are making my Mac user friends jealous, I can do 10 times more stuff with than they can. Plus I can do 90% of them from Konq in one manner or another.

I love it when they turn green with envy, thanks!


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 Awesome app!

 
 by Sciamano72 on: Feb 4 2008
 
Score 50%

Fantastic! Can I ask for an additional feature (if possible) for the next release?
Would it be possible to add an option to split the destination file, based on time?
I mean, for example: split a 90 minutes long movie in 6 files 15 minutes long...


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 another helpful tool

 
 by Pinokio on: Feb 20 2008
 
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hi all!
i want to advice you very good tool its mp4Mobile!
very helpfull prog for convert video2mp4,
works with all common video formats...so you can simple put your video into your ipod iphone mobile psp!
and has demo without timelimit so you can try it for free!!!
i think its great!


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 Re: another helpful

 
 by troll73 on: Feb 26 2008
 
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Quote:
hi all!
i want to advice you very good tool its mp4Mobile!...

Are you a fucking retard?! Advertising commercial crapware for win HERE of all places?!?


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 h264 doesn't work

 
 by xushi on: Jan 28 2009
 
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Hi all,

I noticed that on Gentoo with any of the FFMPEG's i tried below,
0.4.9_p20081014
0.4.9_p20081219
0.4.9_p20090121

I cannot get H.264 to work... It works wit Xvid, but when I try to encode in H.264 it just takes a split second then says
"Job complete! Total time 0.000277777 hours, -1.38777....e-17 min",

but no results. I tried everything from removing spaces from directory/file names, to different files, but no hope.

Clicking on "file a bugreport" doesnt doo anything too. The settings i use is

iPod
256 volume gain
video br: 500
audio br: 128
aspect 4:3
resolution: iPod
use h264
use low priority

also tried different values but no hope

Please help.


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 Convert with console?

 
 by BeTZe on: Apr 3 2009
 
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Hello,
your program is great. I have know a question about do convert with console.

The hole time i do it so
ffmpeg -f mp4 -y -vcodec xvid -b 1000 -qmax 10 -bufsize 4096 -g 300 -acodec aac -vol 500 -ab 128 -ac 2 -i $1 -s 640x480 -aspect 4:3 $1.mp4

But after install Suse 11.1 i get the Message "Unknown decoder 'xvid'". Where is my mistake? With your program i can convert. Their is no problem.

At home i have a pc without KDE, only console. And i want to convert Videos on this pc.

I have look in your program to find your syntax. But i find it not really. Can anybody help me?

Thanks and best regards.


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 Re: Convert with console?

 
 by BeTZe on: Apr 8 2009
 
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Can nobody help me? :-(


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