[mythtv-users] Burning DVD with MythArchive
jimdscott at gmail.com
Fri Nov 24 14:17:47 UTC 2006
You can change the max bitrate allowed by mplex with -r.
So adding something like -r 15000 might fix the mplex problem. However, this
would likely result in an unplayable DVD. You might want to try writing a
'long play' DVD. This would make a copy of your input video at a relatively
On 11/24/06, John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com> wrote:
> I looked at mythburn.py and I looked at the switches
> > set and the mplex command switches are:
> > -f 8 -v 0 -o
> > Is the 8 where the bitrate is set or am I totally
> > missing what's going on?
> 8 is to output in a dvd compatible format. Here are the choices:
> 0 - Generic MPEG1. A simple general-purpose MPEG1 format primarily
> suitable for software decoders. Buffer sizes and VBR must be specified.
> Bit-rate can be auto-detected.
> 1 - VCD. Standard VCD. Overrides other option settings.
> 2 - User VCD. VCD format but buffer size, bit rate and VBR can be set
> 3 - Generic MPEG2. Like 0 except MPEG2.
> 4 - SVCD. Standard SVCD. Overrides other option settings.
> 5 - User-rate SVCD. SVCD format but buffer size bit rate and VBR can be
> 6 - VCD Stills stream (mixed mode with hi-res and standard-res image
> streams multiplexed are supported).
> 7 - SVCD Stills stream.
> 8 - DVD (with NAV sectors). Don't get too excited. This is really a
> very minimal mux format. It includes empty versions of the peculiar
> VOBU start sectors DVD VOB's include. This is enough to persuade
> hardware players to play the stream but is a long way from full DVD
> 9 - DVD. As above but without the empty VOBU sectors.
> I do not think any of these will help. You are working with HD video
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