very nice one :D
This powerful application guarantees to convert your videos to formats which will play on your Internet Tablet. By using a system of presets, you can choose the trade-off between size and quality. Runs on Linux, Mac OS X, Unix and Windows PCs.
An easy-to-use command line interface is provided, and (on some platforms) a simple GUI is available.
Requires Perl and mencoder: full details are in the bundle.
Major new release including: subtitle support, bug fixes, N900 preset and a `--hq' option for very high quality video.
It's awesome! I installed it on openSUSE and it works like a charm. I only clicked it and a simple window opened and then I choose my video and select N900 and convert my video. Now my video plays smoothly on N900.
How do I install on a windows PC???
All I can fine id a .tar.gz file which seems to be *nix executables....
PS would someone please fix the "different login for every page" of Maemo.org? this issue (find the program, try to D/L, have a problem, and (finally) type the question) took me 5 minutes. In the middle of that, I spent 10 minutes trying to log into this page even though I was logged into "Talk" before navigating here.
Hellom It seems that it encodes in AVI container, and uses deprected H263/Xvid codec. Is there a way to encode it in a MP4 container, with x264 encoder and aac audio stream? So it can be decoded in hardware fashion :)
Really nice application, specially combined with other pearl from Andrew as mediaserv.
I have used mediaserv + tablet-encode during these holidays everyday, and they have done a great work together.
This app is beautiful simplicity. Simply grab the file, dump it in your ~/bin/ directory (or somewhere else in your $PATH) and bingo, it works like a charm. :)
The GUI was broken for me, but no big deal, command line worked fine. Very happy with it.
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