tablet-encode 2.30-0.1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


tablet-encode (2.30-0.1ubuntu1) lucid; urgency=low

  * Use tiny debian/rules.
  * Bump debhelper to 7.0.50 due to the use of override_* statements.
  * Install README.txt as upstream's changelog.
  * debian/install: Install tablet-encode into /usr/bin.
  * Remove Recommends on mplayer, mencoder already depends on it.
  * Add a manpage file.
  * Update debian/copyright.
  * Improve runtime descriptions.
 -- Alessio Treglia <email address hidden>   Tue, 15 Dec 2009 18:56:30 +0100

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tablet-encode: video converter for Nokia Internet Tablets

 tablet-encode can help with all these problems:
  * It guarantees the output to be playable on a Nokia Internet Tablet using
    a system of "profiles".
  * It can rip and encode DVDs in a single step (dependent on mencoder version).
  * It has a simple GUI interface for easily converting videos.
  * It has a command-line interface so it can be easily scripted to
    interface to your PVR (for example, MythTV, Freevo or VDR).
  * Presets allow tradeoff between space/quality to be decided on a
    per-video basis.
  * Can optimise video size for the Internet Tablet's 15:9 screen.
  * Handles anamorphic video sources such as widescreen DVDs.
  * Output works with either the built-in Media Player, or mplayer.
  * GUI and command line modes.