B4A Library B4A ffmpegencoder

moster67

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I am currently working on an ffmpegencoder for B4A (x86 and Arm).

This wrapper can be used for video, audio creation and manipulation. You can do many things such as extracting audio from a video-file, you can convert videos from one format (codec) to another, you can resize videos, cut and trim audio/video, mix photos with videos....the list is endless.
From version 4.21 you can now also use the Android camera as a source which opens up interesting options as to saving videos or even streaming videos...

I am attaching an animated gif (extracted from a video) and created with my beta version just so you can get an idea what it can do. I attach also a screenshot where you can see the demo-app with its progress output.

I feel I am at a good point but I still feel it needs further testing. Therefore, I would need some beta-testers who have the time to do some testing, trying out many ffmpeg commands/options and so forth and then reporting to me. If you are interested, please send me a PM.

It is out of beta since some time now. It is available upon request. Please contact me by PM if you are interested.

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susu

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Hi Mike, I'm in :D
 

chjk

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I am very interested, can you send me a copy?
I want to turn photos into video.
 

Fusseldieb

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Any progress? I (and probably many others) really need a video encoder library and for B4A we have none...
Even if it's in a beta stage, it would be totally okay...
 

freedom2000

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Hi all,

I don't really know if I am at the right place there...
I have developed a small App to take pictures from a 3D printer in order to make a time lapse video.

well something like this :

So I made this video from a collection of pictures triggered with my Android camera by my B4A App.

My question is : would it be possible with your lib to replace windows MovieMaker that I used to assemble the time lapse video ?

Thank you in advance and sorry if I spoiled your thread
JP
 

freedom2000

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If you want to assemble single pictures into a video, then the ffmpegencoder should be able to the job for you.
Hi,

Yes it is exactly what I would like to do.
Would be fine to have a single App doing these timelapse video.
Currently I can trigger the shots, but not more :-(

here is how I do :
 

freedom2000

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Hi again,

It seems that there is a beta version of this lib. Is it still available for testing ?
Thanks
JP
 

ilan

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It is out of beta since some time now. It is available upon request. Please contact me by PM if you are interested.
i am interested, can you maybe write a list of what i can do with your lib?

like, can i create a video from images and add background music to it?
 

moster67

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I have updated the ffmpegencoder library to a new version.
All donators ought to have received update information by email by now.
However, some emails bounced back and therefore if you donated for the library but you did not receive any email from me (check your spam folder first), please send me a PM. Thanks.
 
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