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Details for tablet-encode (2.30-dmo2) - Testing/Buster

GUI video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets

tablet-encode can help with all these problems:
* It runs on Linux, Mac OS X, Unix and Windows.
* It guarantees the output to be playable on a Nokia Internet Tablet using
a system of "profiles".
* It can rip and encode DVDs in a single step (dependent on mencoder version).
* It has a simple GUI interface for easily converting videos.
* It has a command-line interface so it can be easily scripted to
interface to your PVR (for example, MythTV, Freevo or VDR).
* Presets allow tradeoff between space/quality to be decided on a
per-video basis.
* Can optimise video size for the Internet Tablet's 15:9 screen.
* Handles anamorphic video sources such as widescreen DVDs.
* Output works with either the built-in Media Player, or mplayer.
* GUI and command line modes.

Section: video
Priority: optional
Filename: pool/main/t/tablet-encode/tablet-encode_2.30-dmo2_all.deb
Size: 15092
MD5sum: d259b3ad5e0071706a9c69dd72c13f1a
SHA256: 1fec1df70e42ed01399f4c370ef83d379ff5f319446aba7695ef8c6908ebf329

Section: video
Priority: optional
Build-Date: 28 November 2017

   - perl:any.
   - mencoder.
   - libgtk2-perl.
   - mplayer.

Installed-Size: 41 KB

You must use a package manager like aptitude or synaptic to download and install this package.Direct package download: tablet-encode

You can also browse the application directory for tablet-encode.