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3gp movie wizard


KDE Video Application

Score 59%
3gp movie wizard

3gp movie wizard

3gp movie wizard

Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  27459
Submitted:  Feb 14 2006
Updated:  Feb 21 2006


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.


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

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

- a more flexible audio/video format selection

- 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)

- 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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 ffmpeg problem

 by dgvirtual on: Jan 2 2007
Score 50%

Hi, when I try to compile ffmpeg using the script install-ffmpeg, it fails to create the file ffplay. I am using todays svn source of ffmpeg. It does produce ffmpeg and ffserver binaries...

What is the problem?

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 Latest svn ffmpeg

 by jbernardo on: Feb 16 2007
Score 50%

If you build a recent ffmpeg for use with 3gpwiz, the parameters have changed a little. If you keep getting a "bitrate too low" error on the second pass, find the following lines:

if(!$mp4) {
$cmd= "$ffmpeg -y -i $tmpfile.avi -pass $pass -passlogfile $tmpfile -b $field{Skbps} -ss $ss -t $stop -r $fps $audio -vcodec h263 \"$out\"";
else {
$cmd= "$ffmpeg -y -i $tmpfile.avi -pass $pass -passlogfile $tmpfile -b $field{Skbps} -ss $ss -t $stop -r $fps $audio -vcodec mpeg4 $videncopt \"$out\"";

And replace "$field{Skbps}" with "$field{Skbps}k".

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 Re: Latest svn ffmpe

 by vetal17 on: Apr 8 2007
Score 50%

dude, you helped me so much with this

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 Re: Latest svn ffmpe

 by brk3 on: Jun 16 2007
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lol took me about 5 hours to figure that out!

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 great but

 by ferreol on: Feb 19 2007
Score 50%

Hello ,

I wanted to say that your app is great really.

It was working perfectly on my ubuntu dapper but not anymore on ubuntu edgy.

IS there a way to fix it?

Thanks anyway

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 by ktulu77 on: Feb 20 2007
Score 50%

I am on edgy and it doesn't work for me too.
When I try to install the CVS version of ffmpeg, it download the sources, but nothing is done after.

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 sound with acc

 by Kaihappen on: Feb 21 2007
Score 50%

Hello, is it possible to enable stereo sound? Im using an divx input file, the output file should be mp4, 320x240 pix and acc but in stereo for my nokia 6280. The last command line output are:

Output #0, mp4, to '/home/sfi/3gp/test009.mp4':
Stream #0.0: Video: mpeg4, yuv420p, 320x240, q=2-31, pass 2, 405 kb/s, 25.00 fps(c)
Stream #0.1: Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, mono, 64 kb/s
Stream mapping:
Stream #0.0 -> #0.0
Stream #0.1 -> #0.1
Press [q] to stop encoding
frame= 1496 q=7.5 Lsize= 3468kB time=59.8 bitrate= 474.8kbits/s
video:2884kB audio:468kB global headers:0kB muxing overhead 3.486792%

I have following the post to enhance the video bit rate and it will work very good with a fine result. I hope someone has a solution.

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 Re: sound with acc

 by Kaihappen on: Feb 26 2007
Score 50%

I have solved the problem by myself. Here is my way. I have changed line:

else {
$audio="-ac 1 -ab $field{Skbps2} -acodec aac";


else {
$audio="-ac 2 -ab $field{Skbps2} -acodec aac";

this enable two audio chanels

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 Illegal division

 by Sjaak on: Sep 16 2007
Score 50%

I got 3gpwiz running but suddenly i get this error:

Illegal division by zero at /usr/bin/3gpwiz line 131

What does it mean?

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