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

From: Andrew Flegg andrew at bleb.org
Date: Tue Nov 20 18:53:05 EET 2007
On Nov 19, 2007 5:27 PM, DrFredC.com <drfredc at drfredc.com> wrote:
> Great job.  Now do you think you could spend some time to describe your
> product and what it does in bubba English?

As you may, or may not, be aware; the Nokia Internet Tablets can't
generally play any random video which you may have on your computer.
They typically need converting, re-encoding or (to use the proper
term) "transcoding" to another format; typically DivX at a resolution
at or lower than 400x240, not too high a bitrate etc.

tablet-encode is a script which does this process for you, allowing
you to convert DVDs, PVR recordings, download YouTube videos and other
random videos you might have to a format suitable for playing back on
the tablet.

It uses a system of presets to allow you to choose, on an individual
basis, whether you want a high-quality conversion (obviously taking
more time and space) or a small, quick conversion.

Further to the last email, it's URL is - due to a change at
garage.mamo.org - now:


If you've got any further questions, please don't hesitate to ask.

Hope that helps,


Andrew Flegg -- mailto:andrew at bleb.org  |  http://www.bleb.org/

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