[FFmpeg-user] worth to bother? create a set of test video clips for mobile devices

dE . de.techno at gmail.com
Wed Feb 1 08:13:44 CET 2012

On 01/31/12 13:40, Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> Hello. I've been testing a few mobile phone to figure out for each phone
> with what parameter ffmpeg can produce highest-quality playable video.
> The result will be a table of mobile phones and ffmpeg parameters.
> I just think, since I wish to produce the test clips anyway, why not
> publish all test clips on a website so that others can download them and
> use them to aid their testing on their mobile phones? I can imagine
> needing to produce a matrix of clips at different qscale, framerate and
> bitrate.
> So my questions:
>   1. Did someone already do this? Then I can just grab the result.
>   2. If nobody did it before, publishing my little work on my personal
>      homepage cannot help as many as could by publishing it on a website
>      with higher PR (Google Page-rank), so which site can I ask for
>      permission to add this content (offer others to download these
>      clips)? ffmpeg homepage? A wiki? a developer's site?
> Best regards
> Zhang Weiwu
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delogics.blogspot.com -- a small contribution.

 From practical experience, almost all mobile devices support mpeg4 with 
most modern devices using vtag as xvid.

Audio varies, but Samsung plays aac (maybe they bought the license).

I'll also experiment with my Pioneer DVD player.

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