This page is intended for Linux CLI users.
If you'd like to convert a video clip to smartphone format, anytophone may be useful. This is a Linux Perl script that takes various video formats as input (AVI, FLV, MPEG, RM, WMV, etc.) and produces smartphone compatible files as output.
To use the script, you'll need Linux, Perl, ffmpeg, mencoder, and mplayer. If possible, use versions of the latter three programs from mid-2010 or later, or you may need to make some changes to the script.
For usage instructions, run the script without any parameters on the command line.
To browse the source code, click here.
To download a zipped copy of the script, click here.
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