Everything works great like using a command line on PC. But sad that I am not able to fully make use of it. I am trying to just check a set of video files for data integrity, its working great with -v debug -i input file -f null but I am unable to redirect the output of the shell to any text file.. Is there a way to redirect the output to a log file? Also it limits to only check one file at a time, is there an option to check a whole directory?
Great app, too bad it doesn't come with x264 preinstalled :(
Easy to work with!
I got a "GeekPro" action camera that saves movies as .MOV files with a PCM audio codec which isn't supported by my phone. I had just learned how to use ffmpeg on my computer, but I really didn't want to have to have to transfer everything to my pc just to run a script and transfer them back to my phone. Now I can run a script on my phone to repackage as .MP4 and encode audio as AAC! The interface is really well thought out too, it's very simple to string together a command!
It's great I can use the latest version Of ffmpeg on Android, But missing libx264 support is not something I can neglect. It seems I have to compile It by myself after all.
Camera and flashlight quit working after installing this.