FFmpeg Media Encoder

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    FFmpeg Media Encoder

    by: 865 8.2

    8.2 Users



    This simple interface hyper fast video and audio encoder - FFmpeg (
    FFmpeg is already built into the program and does not require download of additional codec.

    Main purpose: to convert any video to mp4 or 3gp, understandable to Android devices and resize under the screen resolution of devices. You can also extract the mp3 audio from the video.

    Supports: MPEG4, h264, mp3, aac, ogg (vorbis and theora) and many other formats (the list can be found in the program). Optipization for x86 и ARMv7(cortex-a8).

    Requirements: Processor ARMv7 and above or x86.

    Built-in: FFmpeg v2.3 + libx264 + libmp3lame + libvorbis + libtheora + libfaac + libvpx

    More options you will find in FFmpeg's man pages.

    Tags: ffmpeg_v2.8 media encoder , ffmpeg encoder , ffmpeg media encoder , 안드로이드 ffmpeg mp3 encoding , ffmpeg codec , ffmpeg , ffmpeg4 , ffmpeg encoding , ffmpegmediaencoder

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    Kogije Boss Rabbit

    by Kogije Boss Rabbit

    Jun 17, 2017  |  "OK"

    Great app, a bit clumsy with file naming, no GPL support and can't compile your own ffmpeg module for it! Lack of 6 channel audio mapping.

    Chris Devol

    by Chris Devol

    Jun 08, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    It works. If it had an​ easier interface, I would be willing to pay for it.

    Corey Dorsey

    by Corey Dorsey

    May 24, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Great app. Straight forward. Easy to use. A good understanding of the command line is great, but not needed. The app steers you in the right direction to get the conversions that you want.

    Max Azoury

    by Max Azoury

    Mar 08, 2017  |  "Good"

    Needs updated badly! Please update!

    Yongyudh Na Nagara

    by Yongyudh Na Nagara

    Feb 09, 2017  |  "Good" is not appear. It shows 100% since press Run..Therefore, it takes to long, even not know when it is finished yet. ..successful or failure. .555

    robert wilson

    by robert wilson

    Jan 25, 2017  |  "OK"

    would be a lot more useful if it supported opus. vorbis sucks, making WebM useless. h265 would be nice, too.