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[App][New][12-10-09] Video Converter v4.1 - Latest FFMPEG Version!!!

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By itsme_4ucz, Inactive Recognized Developer on 12th March 2009, 10:36 AM
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Hi All,
New video conversion tool with great features. Encoding is really fast takes advantage of multi-core systems.

Version 4.1
- Minor mp4 fix

Version 4.0 Out!!!
- Visual cropping tool - you think u're the master? then this tool is for you..
- Create new profiles
- Group/individual movie configurations supported
- Lot of tweaking parameters to ffmpeg - better performance
- Bug fixes & enhancements - of course..
- Small changes to the UI
- New Optimal profiles added, If you have a Touch-HD you must try HTC-HD-Optimal.
- Few Tips added in the 2nd post....

Hope you guys like this!!!

New build v2.0 - Better, Faster, more intuitive!!!
This is a major upgrade, lot of enhancements!!!
1) Added volume boost option as %
2) Conversion Progress in built
3) Latest FFMPEG Build (SVN-r19958 22/09/09)

v1.1
1) Volume Boost option (256 = 100% , 512 = 200%)
2) Few Bug Fixes and Gui changes

v.1 features:
1) Does auto cropping/padding
2) Drag and Drop files to be converted
3) Support for 2-pass conversion
4) Converts all video formats supported by FFMPEG, that's about everything
5) Target path is the same as source. Converted file will have _Resized.ext (avi,mp4...) added to original filename.
6) New profiles can be added manually editing the profiles.xml files in the installation directory.
7) For debugging, a batch file is created in the installation directory which has the command line for ffmpeg.
8) Sample your Video: You can use the StartTime and Duration of the clip to be converted relative to StartTime..
9) Supports an ideal configuration for PSP videos

Video_Converter_v4.1.zip

Mirror - mediafire
Video_Converter_v4.1.zip

Video_Convertor_2.0.zip

VideoConvertor_v1.1.zip



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24th March 2009, 11:08 AM |#2  
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Getting to optimal target resolution, can be done step by step, that's how I arrived at optimal resolution for Touch-HD.

1) Target resolution = 800*480
2) Aspect Ratio = 800/480 = 1.666666666666667
3) Now start tweaking one of the parameters, lets reduce the height to 348,
in order to maintain aspect ratio we have to multiply (1.666666666666667 * 348) = 580.000000000000116 ~ 580
4) Thats it !! now set your target resolution in the converter to 580*348 and see how it performs


Make sure you increase your bitrate to get sharper and better quality.
For Touch-HD, I use the following configuration:
Target Resolution = 540x384
Bitrate = 1500
26th March 2009, 08:24 PM |#3  
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Since I'm using Linux on all my systems but am also a little too lazy to try and find out the optimal ffmpeg-parameters for my Blackstone - would it be possible to get a non-compiled version of VideoConvertor? If it's java, it should probably be fixable for Linux too...
22nd September 2009, 07:58 AM |#4  
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I'm having problems in converting a 720p mkv file to a WVGA (800x480) format. For some reason, the screen keeps getting stretched vertically. How can I make this program automatically fit a WVGA format in the settings?
22nd September 2009, 09:04 AM |#5  
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Arrow Try the following configuration
What is your configuration? (Screenshot or generated .bat file will help).
Tried encoding a sample video, take a look at the configuration used...
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27th September 2009, 04:20 PM |#6  
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Great App!! very fast!!
28th September 2009, 05:20 AM |#7  
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The Touch Pro 2 fails at playing HTC-HD Profiled videos.

To play smooth videos on the Rhodium, change the resolution what I've found to be the optimal resolution: 640 x 384

I don't know why 800 x 480 doesn't work well...
28th September 2009, 05:35 AM |#8  
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Yes thats true, rendering video of that size requires better processor, even Touch-HD fails to perform well at that resolution. Thanks for sharing optimal resolution: 640 x 384 for touch-pro, will include that to profiles.xml.

I am looking at optimizing the perfomance at 800x480, its closely related to the codec used for conversion, will include this fix in the next release.
28th September 2009, 09:58 AM |#9  
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Thumbs up
Thaks !!!

Great App
28th September 2009, 08:43 PM |#10  
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Really liked to use your VC v1.1, trying your V2 now, many thanks for sharing
30th September 2009, 12:47 AM |#11  
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Very nice app and thanks also to skyler for the TP2 resolution tip.
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