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3gp movie wizard

   1.3  

KDE Video Application

Score 59%
3gp movie wizard
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3gp movie wizard
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3gp movie wizard
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  27377
Submitted:  Feb 14 2006
Updated:  Feb 21 2006

Description:

This is a small perl/kommander script that helps you convert almost any movie format to 3gp/mp4, suitable for watching on a modern mobile phones.It should be extremely easy to use, yet thanks to the extremely powerful mencoder and ffmpeg, offer many advanced features such as:

- can convert AVI (divx, xvid,
mjpeg), MPEG, MOV, WMV, OGG/OGM, RM, MP4, SVCD, DVD and probably any other video format you can think of
- creates h263 or mpeg4 video and AMR or AAC audio in 3GP or MP4 containers
- excellent subtitle support (MicroDVD, SubRip, OGM, SubViewer, Sami, VPlayer, RT, SSA, AQTitle, JACOsub...) with custom font, scale, codepage and much more
- automatic movie splitting (good for a mobile phones that do not support a fast forward)
- video equalizer (brightness, saturation, contrast and gamma)
- audio gain and normalization
- inteligent cropping
- 3 pass VBR encoding for a maximal quality

Bundled with this script is another script that can automagicaly download, compile and install the latest cvs version of ffmpeg with applied amr patches.

Please see the README for instalation/usage instructions.

This is my first kommander script. Hope U find it usefull :)

BTW, I do not even own a phone that can play videos :) Stuck with an old Alcatel.




Changelog:

1.3
- crop autodetect (detects black borders)
- crop zoom in factor
- flip movie (for left handed fullscreen viewing)
- moved to 'Actions' servicemenu

1.2
- you can set all the variables from the GUI
- a GUI ffmpeg installer
- the ffmpeg installer no longer requires root
- a few bug fixes

1.1
- a more flexible audio/video format selection

1.0
- option to save to the source movie dir
- quick convert (fast, noninteractive, no X access neaded, multiple file selection support, uses the settings from the last GUI convert)
- multiple, concurrent converts possible
- fixed a bug in the install-ffmpeg script (didn't install ffplay)

1.0rc1
- MP4 (mpeg4/aac) support - much better audio and video quality on a high-end phones!
- a custom audio bitrate (mp4 only)
- a custom framerate
- built in README browser




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 Video Compression

 
 by FXartist on: Apr 5 2006
 
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How much compression does "3gp movie wizard" provide? Reason for asking is I'm looking for an alternative to compression software such as "Pocket DVD Studio" and "Palm Media Studio" which use video players such as Core Media Player to play encrypted DVD movies on Palm Treo and other smartphones.


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 Re: Video Compressio

 
 by dsvilko on: Apr 5 2006
 
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As with (I am guessing) Pocket DVD studio, compression level is completely up to the user. Stronger compression simply means less video and audio quality. Nothing prevents you to encode a 90min movie to a 20MB but it will be hardly watchable.
That said, 3gp movie wizard provides a highest possible quality for an each target filesize by:
- using an extremely good encoder
- providing a independent audio and video quality sliders
- using a 3-pass variable-bitrate encoding
- providing 'inteligent' crop factors and aspect ratios

Unfortunaltely, it was designed for mobile phones. Modern PDAs are much more powerful and can decode divx/xvid encoded movies for a even better quality.


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 Re: Re: Video Compre

 
 by FXartist on: Apr 6 2006
 
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Thanks for the quick reply. Reason for asking is I want to test this software with compressing DVD movies in a 2 GB SD memory card on a Treo 650.

Will you be releasing the source code soon so a binary package can be made for package managers such as YAST?


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 Re: Re: Re: Video Co

 
 by dsvilko on: Apr 6 2006
 
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The best video codec that almost all mobile phones are able to decode is MPEG4 with AAC audio. On PDA, you would get better quality by using a XVID codec with mp3 audio (3gp movie wizard does not support this at this time, as it was written for mobile phones). What you nead is any GUI frontend for mencoder (I think there are several), or better yet, learn to use mencoder directly, from command line.
As for the source, 3gp movie wizard is a perl/kommander script and therefore does not nead to be compiled - it's a source and 'binary' at the same time :)


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 Better Quality

 
 by asdex on: Apr 26 2006
 
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The quality of the resulting video files can be improved.

Insert the following line into file 3gpwiz (after line 14)
$videncopt="-nr 200 -cmp 2 -subcmp 2 -precmp 2 -mv0 1 -cbp 1 -trell 1 -mbd 2";

and change line 370 from

$cmd= "$ffmpeg -y -i $tmpfile.avi -pass $pass -passlogfile $tmpfile -b $field{Skbps} -ss $ss -t $stop -r
$fps $audio -vcodec mpeg4 \"$out\"";


to

$cmd= "$ffmpeg -y -i $tmpfile.avi -pass $pass -passlogfile $tmpfile -b $field{Skbps} -ss $ss -t $stop -r
$fps $audio -vcodec mpeg4 $videncopt \"$out\"";

("$videncopt" has been added (near the end of the line)).

This makes ffmpeg use high quality encoding options. Encoding time is slightly longer, file size stays the same, but quality will be better.


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 Re: Better Quality

 
 by zelizeli on: Jun 9 2006
 
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How long does it take to convert a 20 second movie?

Thanks


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 higher bitrate

 
 by asdex on: Apr 27 2006
 
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For new mobile phones the maximum bitrate is way to low:
e.g. a Nokia 6280 has no problems handling 400+ kbit videos.

To allow higher bitrates open file 3gpwiz with an editor:
Before line
if($field{Tskip} eq "false") {
insert
$bitrate_mencoder=$field{Skbps}*2;

Some lines below you find a line beginning with
open ME
Replace vbitrate=400 with vbitrate=$bitrate_mencoder
Save file 3gpwiz.

Open file 3gpwiz.kmdr
Search the line containing
number>160
and replace it with something like
number>600

This allows up to 600kbit/s.


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 Re: higher bitrate

 
 by dsvilko on: May 2 2006
 
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Thanks for the great tips!
600kbps? Isn't that a bit too high for such a small screen?


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 Re: Re: higher bitrate

 
 by asdex on: May 3 2006
 
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You don't have to use 600kbit/s every time. But sometimes 400kbit/s might be too less for some high motion trailers at 320x240x24fps.


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 Can't play amr video

 
 by trevi55 on: May 2 2006
 
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Hello, I've a problem with the videos that I convert using this great tool.

In fact, I've mplayer compiled to play amr audio, and in fact if I play a 3gp video recorded with a mobile, everything works fine (both audio and video).
Btw, if I try to play (using mplayer) a video encoded using this tool I get a warning and the file doesn't play.

The error I get is:
[amr_nb @ 0x8625f48]amr frame too short (9, should be 14)
[amr_nb @ 0x8625f48]amr frame too short (10, should be 13)


(Using xine, I can see the video, but I can't heard anything...)


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 Re: Can't play amr v

 
 by dsvilko on: May 2 2006
 
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Are you using the latest CVS version of mplayer and mencoder? The last stable release is quite old so that could be the problem. Does it plau on the mobile phone? Is it playable with the ffplay (part of the ffmpeg package)? Other then that, I have got no idea. Try asking on a mplayer-specific mailinglist/forum.
I just know that 'it works for me' (TM)


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 Re: Re: Can't play a

 
 by trevi55 on: May 3 2006
 
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Well... I have the last stable version (compiled by me) of mplayer, becouse I can't compile latest cvs versions (here's what I get: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=978371&postcount=106 ).
So this could be the problem, and I hope it is, becouse I can't play the 3gp file neither using ffplay (downloaded and compiled yesterday from cvs).

I haven't tested the file in the mobile, becouse I've forgot the cable and bluetooth dongle at my house, and now I'm not there... :P

Thanks for support. I hope that a newer version of mencoder could help me ;)

BYE!


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 Re: Re: Re: Can't pl

 
 by dsvilko on: May 3 2006
 
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As CVS is a real bleeding-edge, sometimes things can be broken. They are usually mended quite soon, though.
Simply try in a few days or ask on their mailinglist.


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Can'

 
 by trevi55 on: May 4 2006
 
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I've upgraded few files from cvs and now I has been able to compile.
Mplayer works file with any 3gp that I can download or capture with mobiles, but no way using a 3gp file (with amr audio) made using 3gp movie wizard...
Maybe I'm using wrong amr code to compile ffmpeg and mplayer...

Which one have you used?

Thanks!


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re:

 
 by trevi55 on: May 10 2006
 
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Up :P


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 this drive me crazy

 
 by adam8024 on: May 3 2006
 
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I will go nuts, does anyone run this ??? I've got ffmpeg and mplayer - now when I type ./3gpwiz without any parameters - program tells me that I should type as a parameter file with movie - so I do it './3gpwiz some_move.mpg' - and nothing happening, program just 'hungs up', I wasn't able run gui, help!!!


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 Great work

 
 by elgordo123 on: May 4 2006
 
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Thanks for the great work! I am using a verizon 9800. Don't use aac or mp4, leave both unchecked. Also I had to edit the install-ffmpeg and add --enable-faac on the ./configure line.


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