[maemo-users] New, renamed version of 770-encode video converter now available

From: Andrew Flegg andrew at bleb.org
Date: Mon Dec 3 11:09:38 EET 2007
On Dec 2, 2007 8:36 PM, Jonathan Greene <atmasphere at atmasphere.net> wrote:
> As always, awesome work!

Thanks :-)

> Are there any benchmarks of timing on the use of table-encode vs other tools?

Not that I know of, although I'd love to see some. Given that they
all, AFAIK, apart from Nokia's Internet Tablet Video Converter use
"mencoder", I'd expect the results to be fairly comparable.

Having said that, tablet-encode v2.10 is *slightly* slower by the
application of a sharpening filter to the output, to improve the image
quality. If this turns out to be too painful, I'll make it an optional

Obviously these figures would be very dependent on the system on which
they were run, so they'd all have to be done on the same video with
roughly the same output quality (and/or the defaults for the app) on
the same machine.

I know Ricky Cadden was looking at doing something like that for his
tablet blog, but I've not heard any further on it.



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