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tablet-encode: video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets

tablet-encode - video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets
tablet-encode [options] input destination tablet-encode [options] input [input2...] directory tablet-encode [options] --list input [input2...]


-g, --gui open a graphical interface to tablet-encode -q, --quiet be vewwy vewwy quiet -p, --preset=PRESET preset to use. Use --preset=list to see them all --hq high quality encoding (takes longer). -s, --sample=SECS produce a SECS second sample encoding. Default: 30 -i, --index generate avi file index -i, --index include material from 'FILE' -7, --770 use a different FOURCC for better 770 compatibility -o, --original-aspect disable cropping image to better fit screen -c, --copy-audio copy the existing audio track -2, --two-pass encode in two passes for better quality -m, --mencoder=ARGn pass ARGn to mencoder (can occur multiple times) -t, --subtitle=FILE embed subtitles in the converted video, from the specified file, or <file>.srt -e, --episodes when auto-detecting DVD track, rip all episodes -l, --list specify that the arguments are a list of files to encode, output file is input suffixed with preset -h, --help print this help, then exit


There are a number of different ways of using tablet-encode, but the simplest is to give one existing movie (or URL) and the filename of the target: tablet-encode input.avi output.avi tablet-encode //www.example.com/somefilm.mov output.avi tablet-encode dvd://1 output.avi The last of these has shown MPlayer's support for DVDs. tablet-encode will also auto-detect directories containing VIDEO_TS folders as DVDs, and if the title on the DVD is unspecified, the longest will be used: tablet-encode dvd: output.avi tablet-encode /media/dvd/ output.avi For TV series' DVDs, the '--episodes' option can be used. This will rip all episodes on the DVD within 10% of the middle-longest track (i.e. the median): tablet-encode --episodes dvd: /media/nokia-external/Video/ A number of presets are available. If none is specified, it defaults to "average". A full list of the presets can be seen by passing 'list' to the --preset option: tablet-encode --preset list If the target of the encoding is a directory, multiple input files can be specified: tablet-encode file1.avi file2.mov file3.wmv output/ There are many more options, a full listing is provided in the online help: tablet-encode --help Running tablet-encode with no parameters will start a GUI version, if possible. A GUI progress bar can be shown when specifying arguments with the '--gui' option. This requires the Gtk2-Perl bindings to be installed.


The file '.tablet-encode.conf' will be read from your home directory at start up. In this file you can define your own presets, change the default preset used if none is specified and a few other things. To define your own preset, say "dvd", create ~/.tablet-encode.conf in your favourite editor and add the content: $PRESET{dvd} = { abitrate => 256, vbitrate => 800, width => 400 }; This will define a preset called 'dvd' with an audio bitrate of 256kbps, a video bitrate of 800kbps and a maximum width of 400 pixels. The height is auto-calculated based on the tablet's screen and the size of the input video. To use the 'dvd' preset instead of 'average' when no preset is specified, add the following line to ~/.tablet-encode.conf: $defaultPreset = 'dvd'; Note that this is a mini-Perl script, so blank lines and lines starting '#' will be ignored. All statements MUST end in a semi-colon, ';'. For Nokia 770 users, you may wish to always use 770-compatibility mode. To achieve this, in ~/.tablet-encode.conf put: $options{770} = 1;


tablet-encode was written by Andrew Flegg <andrew@bleb.org>. This manual page was written by Alessio Treglia <quadrispro@ubuntu.com>, for the Ubuntu project (and may be used by others). December 15, 2009 TABLET-ENCODE(1)

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