Jul 212013

You are new to Linux, you are searching for a simple method to convert your videos or your music to fit your Mobile’s resolution or your player’s supported formats.

You are tired from using the terminal and commands to convert your music, videos and films and searching for a simpler alternative to do repetitive boring tasks for you ?

You are trying to find an application that covers the power of ffmpeg with a simple graphic user interface ?.

You have arrived to the right place !

What’s Mobile Media Converter ?

It’s a free audio and video converter for converting between popular desktop audio and video formats like MP3, Windows Media Audio (wma), Ogg Vorbis Audio (ogg), Wave Audio (wav), MPEG video, AVI, Windows Media Video (wmv), Flash Video (flv), QuickTime Video (mov) and commonly used mobile devices/phones formats like AMR and 3GA audio (amr) and 3GP video. iPod/iPhone and PSP compatible MP4 video are supported. Moreover, you can remove and add new formats or devices through the Internet.

An integrated YouTube downloader is available for direct downloading and converting to any of these formats. Popular sites such as Dailymotion, Photobucket videos, blip.tv, Soundcloud and Youku are supported too. You can trim your clips for ringtone creation or any other purpose and crop your videos for removing up/down black bars or other unwanted parts of the image. Additionally, embedded subtitles can be encoded onto the video for watching movies or shows with subtitles on devices that does not supports them. Finally, a built-in DVD ripper is available to transform your own DVDs to any of the supported formats.

(Source: Official Site)



Mobile Media Converter covers both quality conversions with interesting features such as:

  • Drag and drop :

You can add your files to be converted by just dragging them and dropping into the software’s window.

  • Advanced quality settings :

In addition to the choice of quality (low, medium or high) you can customize the resolution and the quality of both video and sound by modifying the values in advanced quality settings.

Some of the really cool features packed into MMC include :

  • Integrated Youtube downloader :

You can add youtube video link, and benefit from on the fly downloading of files from youtube and converting to preferred formats

  • Trim and Crop Support

It allows the user to trip audio clips or crop video clips taking out unwanted parts (excellent for rings tones and stuff)

  • Subtitles Support

Allow subtitles to be encoded onto the video for watching even on devices that does not supports them. Just drag and drop your video files and their subtitles on Mobile Media Converter


Mobile Media Converter is available on the official site in both compiled and Source code packages via this page http://www.miksoft.net/mobileMediaConverterDown.htm.

Ubuntu users can download the .deb version, and install it very easily by double click.

For other Linux distributions you can download the Source Code package and compile it.

All the installation instruction can be found in the provided link.


You can now convert your planned film to watch on your phone later, or prepare your ringtone with less than 10 clicks.

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  One Response to “Mobile Media Converter on Linux”

  1. If you have Fedora, you can install Mobile Media Converter via PostInstallerF, only you need install ffmpeg dirty (a version ffmpeg with all encoders enabled)

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