Did you try ffmpeg?

Sharat Chikkerur
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On Tue, 31 Jul 2007, Neil Hindry wrote:

> I posted a message a week or two ago regarding converting a video file to a
> format that would play on my Kodak SV710 digital photo frame.
> I converted my file to various formats but unfortunately none of them would
> play on my frame.
>
> However, since then I have found two important pieces of information which I
> hope will enable someone to help me convert the file to a format that will
> play on my frame.
>
> Firstly I found in the manual that it will play MPEG4 videos.
>
> Secondly, I found a file that would play on my frame (I have not converted
> it) and using media software (avidmux I think) I was able to find out
> information about the file.
> This is what I discovered :-
>
> Video
> Image size 352 x 288
> Frame rate 25,000 fps
> # of frames 746 frames
> Codec 4CC MPEG
> Video duration 00:00:29:840
> Aspect ratio 1:1 (1:1)
>
> Extra properties
> Packed Bitstream No
> Quarter Pixel No
> GMC No
>
> Audio
> Codec MP2
> Channels MONO
> Bitrate 4000 Bps / 32 kbps
> Frequency 32000 Hz
> Audio duration 00:00:29:952 (0 Mbytes)
> VBR Not ticked
>
> Am I right in thinking that the type of codec is 4CC?
>
> Does anyone know of any free software I can download that can convert a file
> to the same format as the information above?
>
> For information I am using Ubuntu & Debian.
>
> I hope you can help me.
>
> I appreciate any help or information given.
>
> Thanks!
>
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