[App] FFmpeg Media Encode
FFmpeg Media Encode : This simple interface hyper fast video and audio encoder – FFmpeg (ffmpeg.org/)
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 fmpeg v2.3: (libx26, libmp3lame, vorbis, theora , libfaac, libvpx)
Android 5.0 and hight:
Built-in ffmpeg v4.1 (x264, x265, ogg, vorbis, theora, opus, vp8, vp9, mp3lame, libfdk_aac)
More options you will find in FFmpeg’s man pages.
FFmpeg Media Encode user reviews :
It works very well. Thank you. Tried other. This app rocks. I am using ffmpeg on Wndows, Linux since 2008
It’s very slow, is it possible to add option for multi threading?
Does exactly what it says: Ffmpeg on the phone. All you need for converting media!
Does what I need. Excellent!
Great App for video to audio conversion on android
Nice tool for converting videos on the go. It would be awesome if they made a gui for customizing the usual parameters found in the default profiles (called templates here). Refuses to convert to vp9 on my device. Must be a device-specific limitation.
Love it as an interface to ffmpeg, but it’s a bit sad it doesn’t support opus for encoding. (Also, I think the version of libfaac that’s included is probably old, since it needs relatively high bitrates to sound acceptable).
Update: After moving the app to the SD card, it quit working. It produces some generic error message which explains nothing. App works fine when stored on the device, which is unacceptable since I need to free up space on the device. The file browser is a pain. I also wish the output filename was added automatically after adding the input file ~ I needed a free app which could convert various file types and have complete control over the quality. This is it! The only downside is that it’s not very user friendly for fine tweaking the settings. Instead of a gui to select specific options like bitrate, careful editing of the command line arguments must be done – this is 2018, a proper gui should be used for this. The days of DOS are over.
Well designed versatile app, but dear developers, please compile ffmpeg with –enable-mmal –enable-omx , so hardware acceleration can be used (should be much faster and the phone less hot), than I’ll give 5 stars.
- SilentLexx UAApril 1, 2018
- Fixed in new 0.98.0
Fantastic app! Some things I’d like to see: • libopus, libfdk-aac, and lavfi. • The latest filters (anoisesrc, allrgb, etc.) • Support for quoted parameters (-metadata title=”Something With Spaces”) • Extra inputs (for merging, etc.). • Updated binary. Otherwise, love this app!
This is golden. Ffmpeg in itself is win. Good attempt at creating a UI, a hard feat with the tonne of options available to ffmpeg. Ability to create custom profiles (for your favorable commands) is also good. This tool will be seen very useful to anyone familar with ffmpeg, but not to anyone expecting point a click conversions.
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