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[vdr] OT: Transcoding a DIVX to another format ?
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- From: "Joerg Oliver Todamm" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 29 Dec 2001 17:24:01 -0000
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- Thread-Topic: [vdr] Re: AW: Re: AW: OT: Transcoding a DIVX to another format ?
some 1 or 2 weeks ago Arpi mentioned that it would be possible to replay
an AVI with some kind of command-switch and MPlayer would encode the
movie like on-the-fly, but will stream into a file. Must be on the
December section of the ML (-user or - dvb, i don't know).
On the other hand you can your transcode 0.6pre2. This tool comes now
with an MPEG1/2 encoder. Currently I try to ewncode from VDR->DivX4 and
not vice versa, so I have only the knowledge that this is allready in.
Don't know anything about speed or quality.
Would be fine if somebody could try it an come up with some settings.
Actually I read everywhere that the DVB has to use 48 kHz sampling, but
I got also 44.1 kHz (Mono) VDR-streams. Maybe it is possible to skip the
resampling process of the audio.
With ffmpeg 0.4.5 I had once success converting a AVI using the Windows
version. Never tried a newer one or the Linux version.
Von: Henning Holtschneider
Gesendet: Sa 29.12.2001 17:56
Betreff: [vdr] Re: AW: Re: AW: OT: Transcoding a DIVX to another
> Thanke you - tmpegenc works well i have tryed 2 Movies and
> to mpeg1 - VDR can play this files :-) (very important is to
I've tried this a couple of times but the video was always
audio and video were out of sync. Could you perhaps share your
settings with us?
> Now i will try to creat a Index-file for fast forward ect....
Why don't you replay the MPEG-1 files with mplayer through the
DVB card? You
don't need an index file and mplayer can resize the image to fit
> FFMPEG is not able to do it right i have tryed many options -
I think we just have to wait for improvements in mencoder (part
The mplayer website says it will be able to transcode all
by mplayer in the future (currently, only DivX output is
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