FFmpeg CLI

FFmpeg CLI Free App

Rated 4.25/5 (28) —  Free Android application by Magic Len


About FFmpeg CLI

This is an application which can help you edit audio and video by using FFmpeg with Command Line Interface on Android devices.

FFmpeg is a video and audio converter. It supports many codecs and has many useful functions to deal with conversion. The most important thing is that FFmpeg is FREE for personal use. You can compile your own FFmpeg binary file(if you want, please use the FFmpeg source code on our GitHub) called customized FFmpeg and use it via this application.

This application has a default built-in FFmpeg 3.1.3 program, which enables many libraries below:
● freetype 2.6.5
● fribidi 0.19.7
● fontconfig 2.12.0
● kvazaar 0.8.3
● libass 0.13.2
● libmp3lame 3.99.5
● libopencore-amr 0.1.3
● libvorbis 1.3.5
● libopus 1.1.2
● libspeex 1.2 RC 2
● libvpx 1.6.0
● libsoxr 0.1.2
● libcaca 0.99 Beta 19
● libwebp 0.5.1
● libopenjpeg 2.1.1
● libtwolame 0.3.13
● libv4l2 1.10.1
● libbluray 0.9.2
● libbs2b 3.1.0
● librtmp 2.3
● libwavpack 4.80
● libvo-amrwbenc 0.1.3
● libtheora 1.1.1
● openh264 1.5.0

If you want to enable GPL license or nofree libraries such as libxvid, libx264, libx265, libfdk-aac, libfaac..., please use our FFmpeg source code to configure and compile by yourself.

GitHub: https://github.com/magiclen/FFmpeg-For-MagicLen-Applications

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Download and install FFmpeg CLI version 1.5.0 on your Android device!
APK Size: 43 MB, downloaded 500+ times, content rating: Everyone
Android package: org.magiclen.ffmpeg.cli, download FFmpeg CLI.apk

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App History & Updates

What's Changed
Upgrade to FFmpeg 3.1.3
Fix delete button icon
Remove VP8 option
Version update FFmpeg CLI was updated to version 1.5.0
More downloads  FFmpeg CLI reached 500 - 1 000 downloads

What are users saying about FFmpeg CLI

by U####:

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?

by V####:

Great app, too bad it doesn't come with x264 preinstalled :(

by D####:

Easy to work with!

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by Z####:

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!

by A####:

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.

by R####:

Camera and flashlight quit working after installing this.

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