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Mpeg 4 To Avi


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#1 Monty007

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 05:04 AM

Hi all,
I bought my daughter an LG MP3 player http://au.lge.com/products/model/detail/au...r_fm374gb.jhtml
and we have some small avi files which we need to convert to Mpeg4 files. Is there any free software that will do this as I have tried some freeware which has been difficult to use.
Any free recommendations that fellow members have used before would be nice.

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#2 rowal5555

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 05:36 AM

Hi Monty007

I haven't used this a lot, but it seems to do what it promises.

[SUPER IS UNIVERSAL as it supports a wide variety of input/source file format to play
or encode (to & from) without any additional third party software.
Supported input source file formats are:
- Image Sequence: jpg, pgm, png, ppm (ONLY with sequentially numbered filenames)
having the same filename numbered format. Example: 0001.jpg --up to--> 0999.jpg
- Video format: 3gp/3g2(Nokia,Siemens,Sony,Ericsson), amv, asf, avi(DivX,H263,H263+,H264,XviD,MPEG4,MSmpeg4...), dat,
fli, flc, flv, m2t, mkv, mpg(MPEG-I,MPEG-II,VCD,SVCD), mov(H263,H264,MPEG4,SVQ..), mp4(H263,H264,MPEG4..), nsv, ogg,
qt, rm, ram, rmvb, str(Old Play Station), swf(Flash), ts(HDTV), viv, vob, wmv
- Audio format: aac, ac3, amr, mmf, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, ogg, ra, wav, wma
- AviSynth Script Files: avs. Let you specify advanced encoding commands using AviSynth scripts!
SUPER supports the conversion (encoding both ways, to & from ) of ALL the listed formats.]

http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

Cheers

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Posted 28 April 2008 - 02:03 PM

Hi Monty007

I haven't used this a lot, but it seems to do what it promises.

[SUPER IS UNIVERSAL as it supports a wide variety of input/source file format to play
or encode (to & from) without any additional third party software.
Supported input source file formats are:
- Image Sequence: jpg, pgm, png, ppm (ONLY with sequentially numbered filenames)
having the same filename numbered format. Example: 0001.jpg --up to--> 0999.jpg
- Video format: 3gp/3g2(Nokia,Siemens,Sony,Ericsson), amv, asf, avi(DivX,H263,H263+,H264,XviD,MPEG4,MSmpeg4...), dat,
fli, flc, flv, m2t, mkv, mpg(MPEG-I,MPEG-II,VCD,SVCD), mov(H263,H264,MPEG4,SVQ..), mp4(H263,H264,MPEG4..), nsv, ogg,
qt, rm, ram, rmvb, str(Old Play Station), swf(Flash), ts(HDTV), viv, vob, wmv
- Audio format: aac, ac3, amr, mmf, mp2, mp3, mp4, mpc, ogg, ra, wav, wma
- AviSynth Script Files: avs. Let you specify advanced encoding commands using AviSynth scripts!
SUPER supports the conversion (encoding both ways, to & from ) of ALL the listed formats.]

http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html

Cheers


I second rowal's choice, I use it myself :thumbsup:
If you found it a bit too complicated you can also try the open source Mediacoder. I heard it's very simple, a beginner can do it, plus you get free community support (unlike SUPER).
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Posted 29 April 2008 - 04:19 AM

Thanks Rowal & skyfuser! I will be good with this one.
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