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BerTmon
7th August 2009, 02:41
I have currently formatted my machine...and I had a kick butt encoder for encoding videos for my phone, I have since then tried to find this program to no avail.....I do however have a bunch of vids on my phone that were made with it. Is there any way to the file telling me what program was used to encode/create the file?

this is driving me insane, I had played with alot of encoders to find the one that worked just how I wanted it....but apparently didnt back it up. I seem to remember it had a bunch of presets for blackberrys and windows mobile phones.... gggrrrrrrr.....

any help? I can post one of these files if it would help, I know how all kinds of things are encoded in the file itself. I was hoping someone knew how to get to it.

linyx
7th August 2009, 02:48
A small sample would help.;)

BerTmon
7th August 2009, 02:59
pffft....sorry, your right, just aggrivated.

http://rapidshare.com/files/264583596/I_m_on_a_boat.mp4.html

free hosting...10 download limit... anyone got a better one?

Dark Shikari
7th August 2009, 03:04
pffft....sorry, your right, just aggrivated.

http://rapidshare.com/files/264583596/I_m_on_a_boat.mp4.html

free hosting...10 download limit... anyone got a better one?Mediafire (http://mediafire.com/)

BerTmon
7th August 2009, 03:11
kewl

http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=05d78790fa0d8854e5c3dee5769931ece04e75f6e8ebb871

http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=05d78790fa0d8854e5c3dee5769931ece04e75f6e8ebb871

BerTmon
8th August 2009, 01:16
anyone?

Video Dude
8th August 2009, 01:27
Do you have any memory of what the gui looked like so you could try to describe it?

GoldDragon
8th August 2009, 02:59
Mediainfo reports tool: lavf52.31.0. I don't recognize this offhand.

A google image search for "lavf encoder" brings up hits for AutoX264. lavf52 web search hits ffmpeg. Anything familiar?

Forgot to add: I use WinFF (http://winff.org/html_new/) to encode for my phone. It has several mobile phone profiles. Seen it before?

Dark Shikari
8th August 2009, 06:07
libavformat is the muxer. libavcodec did the encoding.

BerTmon
9th August 2009, 06:12
well none of those really sound right. I just remember it had several profiles built in for blackberrys and such, but nothing specific for my blackjack, thats why I was playing with the encoding so much, I also noticed its encoding time were very fast, I have downloaded a dozen or so programs...and the only one that even looks similar is the Xlinksoft video converter....so Im wondering if I just had a older version.

linyx
9th August 2009, 06:17
Have you looked at HandBrake? It sounds similar to what you want, plus it works pretty well.

BerTmon
9th August 2009, 06:28
AHHHHHH....Found it,,,

It was called Tipard BlackBerry Video Converter

friggin finally, this one works well IMO.... Thanks for the input peoples, It was driving me nuts, Finally found a screenshot that looked familiar...so I downloaded the demo and low and behold

thanks again

CruNcher
9th August 2009, 20:31
AHHHHHH....Found it,,,

It was called Tipard BlackBerry Video Converter

friggin finally, this one works well IMO.... Thanks for the input peoples, It was driving me nuts, Finally found a screenshot that looked familiar...so I downloaded the demo and low and behold

thanks again

The names get better and better :D "Tipard BlackBerry Video Converter" just that you know you don't need that "Demo" @ all take a look @ handbrake, megui or mediacoder if you have some time @ hand :)