Android app for video and audio transcoder, based on FFmpeg
Do you want to encode videos on your phone into different formats, trim videos, or extract audio? Are you looking for a free solution which will not take your information?
Video Transcoder is an application which uses the open source program FFmpeg to transcode video files from one format to another. By selecting the video to process, details for the video are provided and the desired settings can be configured.
The following media containers are supported: Avi, Flv, Gif, Matroska, Mp3, Mp4, Ogg, Opus, WebM. Additionally, these are the supported video codecs: H.264, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, VP8, VP9, Xvid.
The application requires very few permissions, and never attempts to access the Internet.
To build, use the gradle wrapper scripts provided in the top level directory of the project. The following will compile the application and run all unit tests:
GNU/Linux, OSX, UNIX:
If you are interested in translating this application to another language, find the project listing on Transifex.
The developer is currently on hiatus from the project. Questions and pull requests may not be looked at for some time. Apologies in advance.