I'm on MacOSX Lion and would like a method for converting webm to mp4 (or another iTunes compatible format).
ffmpeg seems like a possibility but the documentation is a bit obtuse for me; step-by-step directions would be appreciated.
If you want to use
If you downloaded it manually (not with Homebrew), I would suggest copying the
Convert to MP4
Now, by "to MP4", I assume you mean to use H.264 and AAC as video and audio codecs, respectively. For that, the basic command would be:
If you want to control the quality, have a look at the x264 encoding guide. It is set with the
As for audio, the static builds do not support
FDK-AAC gives you better quality than the internal AAC encoder. For controlling audio quality, see the AAC encoding guide.
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protected by slhck Apr 21 '14 at 7:06
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