[mythtv-users] mkmovie/nuvexport problems
roofjump at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 05:48:05 UTC 2005
Chris, thanks for the link. I ran the debug and it looks like
mythtranscode is running ok. It sets up the fifo files and doesn't
return any errors:
/bin/nice -n19 mythtranscode --showprogress -p autodetect -c 1010 -s
2005-04-25-19-59-00 -f "/tmp/fifodir_13384/" --honorcutlist 2>&1
ffmpeg, however, returns the following:
built on Apr 17 2005 20:00:39, gcc: 3.4.3 20050227 (Red Hat 3.4.3-22.fc3)
Input #0, s16le, from '/tmp/fifodir_13384/audout':
Duration: N/A, bitrate: N/A
Stream #0.0: Audio: pcm_s16le, 48000 Hz, stereo, 1536 kb/s
pipe:: Error while opening file
looks like it's crapping out on the audio stream. Any insight?
On 4/27/05, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> > Having problems with converting my .nuv's to anything. using mkmovie,
> > i select the file i want, set the output file, and hit "E" to start
> > the encoding. I get the message:
> > ERROR! Unable to read input file 1010_2005-04-18 19:59:00_2005-04-18
> > 21:03:00.nuv
> sounds like mkmovie is sending the wrong info to nuvexport.
> > it looks like it's trying to get the correct file, but the date/times
> > are in a different format. The file is actually:
> > 1010_20050418195900_20050418210300.nuv
> which is what nuvexport expects.
> > Is there somewhere where the formats are defined so i can change it?
> no, they're hard-coded into myth and nuvexport -- dunno anything about
> > I'm not sure if nuvexport relies on the same information somewhere,
> > but when i run it, it gets to the part where it waits for
> > mythtranscode to setup fifos, then it starts ffmpeg and just doesn't
> > run at all. It sounds like mythtranscode can't find the files or
> > something. Any help? I'm also keeping all of my video in a
> > non-standard directory /myth
> non-standard directory is fine as long as it's set up properly in the
> mythtv database.
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