This program converts video files to mp4, suitable to be played on an iPod or an iPhone. It is careful about maintaining the proper aspect ratio.
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mp4ize.py

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mp4ize, python, mp4ize-python (dev)

Welcome!

This is the current development version of mp4ize-python.

Original Work

This is a python implementation of the mp4ize ruby script available here:

http://thomer.com/howtos/mp4ize

Convert any video file for an iPod or iPhone

Copyright (C) 2007-2010 Thomer M. Gil

mp4ize python

This program converts video files to mp4, suitable to be played on an iPod or an iPhone. It is careful about maintaining the proper aspect ratio.

Requirements

  • python
  • python-argparse
  • ffmpeg
  • libavcodec-extra-52

Usage

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usage: mp4ize.py [-h] [--version] [-a RATE] [-b RATE] [-v] [-w WIDTH]
                 [-t HEIGHT] [-i] [-4] [-n THREADS] [-o dir] [-f]
                 file [file ...]

encode videos to mp4 for an iPod or an iPhone

positional arguments:
  file                  list of file names to process

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --version             show program verison
  -a RATE, --audio RATE
                        override default audio bitrate (128k)
  -b RATE, --video RATE
                        override default video bitrate (400k)
  -v, --verbose
  -w WIDTH, --width WIDTH
                        override default width (320)
  -t HEIGHT, --height HEIGHT
                        override default height (240)
  -i, --iphone          use default iphone height and width (480x320)
  -4, --iphone4         use default iphone4 height and width (960x640)
  -n THREADS, --threads THREADS
                        number of encoding threads
  -o dir, --outdir dir  write files to given directory
  -f, --force           overwrite .mp4 if it already exists