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.3gp to .mov

Hi all,

i need to translate a 3gp/h263 baseline file into a quicktime/h263 baseline file in order to grab some frames with the Java Media Framework on a solaris. I 've been looking through it but i don't know what changes are needed to make in the 3gp file format, any idea, any suggestion, any sample???

Thanks in advance!!
Juan.

.3gp to .mov

Reply #1
hm simply try opening the .3gp in quicktime and pass trough to .mov

dunno if this is possible but i guess the chance that it works is great
I know, that I know nothing (Socrates)

.3gp to .mov

Reply #2
No it does not work :-) I already tried it, i got a parsing error.

Thanks anyway.

.3gp to .mov

Reply #3
Sorry i didnĀ“t understand your reply at first, i cannot make use of quicktime due to the fact that mu application must run on a solaris machine.

:-(

.3gp to .mov

Reply #4
Open the file in QuickTime, choose File -> Save as... and in the following dialog choose to save as "Self-contained."

The above requires QuickTime Pro. If you have a Windows machine, you may be able to do it using the 3ivx filter suite.

EDIT:

I see you wish to do it on a Solaris machine. FFmpeg will do the trick. Download and compile it, and issue the following command:

ffmpeg -acodec copy -vcodec copy -i infile.3gp outfile.mov

 
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