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FFprobe multimedia streams analyzer and Tablet-encode video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

FFprobe is a simple multimedia streams analyzer with a command-line interface based on the FFmpeg project libraries.

It may be used to print informations about the format and header of a multimedia file or stream, the multimedia streams and each single packet or frame.

FFprobe may be used both as a standalone application or in combination with a textual filter, which is supposed to perform more sophisticated elaboration (e.g. statistics elaboration or plotting).

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Similar packages: Tablet-encode video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets.

tablet-encode can help with all these problems:

* It guarantees the output to be playable on a Nokia Internet Tablet using
a system of "profiles".
* It can rip and encode DVDs in a single step (dependent on mencoder version).
* It has a simple GUI interface for easily converting videos.
* It has a command-line interface so it can be easily scripted to
interface to your PVR (for example, MythTV, Freevo or VDR).
* Presets allow tradeoff between space/quality to be decided on a
per-video basis.
* Can optimise video size for the Internet Tablet's 15:9 screen.
* Handles anamorphic video sources such as widescreen DVDs.
* Output works with either the built-in Media Player, or mplayer.
* GUI and command line modes.


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