3GP_Converter034 problems

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Feb 25, 2008

3GP_Converter034 problems by Kyusuke at 12:58 AM (2,208 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Kyusuke
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    yipes sorry bro i only use 3GP to do files for Ipod. Some files dont work i know that but it could be the video is corrupted or 3gp is messed up try configuring the setting again.
     
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    try super?
     
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    Explain? EDIT: Nevermind, found out, however when I checked out the latest distro of super, the version of ffmpeg that they use dates back to 2005, don't even know if it's even older than the version supplied with the 3GP Converter.

    Extra EDIT: Doing some research with the GSpot video/audio codec identifier, I've found out the the files that I converted with the provided ffmpeg contains the mp4a: MPEG-4 AAC LC audio codec and the files that I've tested out with the new ffmpeg uses the MPEG-2 LC Profile. Upon further research, I realised that Quicktime does not support the MPEG-2 LC (and neither would my phone I would guess) and therefore, could be the reason why Quicktime refuses to play it as well as the QT3GPPFlatten program as well.

    So basically, it's a question of what format do I need to set -acodec to in ffmpeg for the program to encode in AAC-LC?
     
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    super  is one of the better video encoders, having it's own set of codecs and being able to output to almost any format (Including DS via DPG, Sony Excursion phones, etc)
     

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