[mythtv-users] Partly OT: Converting HD content in MPEG2-TS to DVD compliant MPEG2
casey.dunn at gmail.com
Sun Mar 12 23:48:11 UTC 2006
My target is mpeg files I can stream over 802.11b, my source is OTA DVB
atsc. Something around SVCD quality should be fine. I'd like to autocrop
(many but, not all 4:3 programs are broadcast with black bars), Keep the
proper aspect when croping isn't needed, included the new aspect ratio when
it is, downsample audio to stereo. It would be sweet if the audio could be
handled the same as autocrop; not everything is 5.1 ac3 quite a few are 2ch
ffmpeg -target svcd is pretty close to what I want. It's always re-encoding
the audio, which I don't need or want (I belive all my target devices can
handle ac3 stereo), I haven't found an autocrop for it yet, and it's seems
to be a bit too much for one of my frontends.
On 3/12/06, Steven Adeff <adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/12/06, casey dunn <casey.dunn at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 3/9/06, Steven Adeff < adeffs.mythtv at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > Any help/pointers are appreciated.
> > >
> > > I use mencoder, its more of a hassle but since its time based and not
> > > frame based (like avidemux, or I might have this backwards, I
> > > forget...) it works much better. You have to manually setup the
> > > filtering etc. depending on your source, though for the most part
> > > 1080i is all the same and 720p is all the same, so that makes it easy,
> > > I've created scripts for the encodes I do (many "hr.hdtv" and some
> > > 1080p or 720p encodes).
> > >
> > > The mencoder online manual talks about encoding to DVD so start there.
> > > http://www.mplayerhq.hu
> > >
> > Care to share you're scripts? I'm having some trouble getting my hidef
> > captures shrunk down to a more wireless friendly size while keeping them
> > an mpeg container.
> My scripts are designed for my specific needs, I can create mencoder
> command lines if you tell me the requirements you have for the output
> files (video format, file size, resolution, audio format, etc).
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