[mythtv-users] Converting "mythtranscoded" files to avi...
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Thu Jan 3 22:28:06 UTC 2008
From: "Steve Smith" <st3v3.sm1th at gmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2008 9:05 AM
To: "Discussion about mythtv" <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Subject: [mythtv-users] Converting "mythtranscoded" files to avi...
> A question for the transcoding gurus out there.
> I currently use the inbuilt Myth transcoding options to transcode many of
> It's set to transcode to:
> MP3 audio with 32K sample rate.
> This seems to produce NUV files (and good results played back on MythFE or
> VLC player on Windows).
> For Xmas I got a Yamada DVD player that can play back DIVX, XVID, MP4 etc.
> Unfortunately it won't play the NUV files even if I rename them to AVI.
> I've tried getting ffmpeg to rewrite them to an AVI container using:
> ffmpeg -i FILE.nuv -f avi -vcodec copy -acodec copy OUT.avi
> However, what I get then is a file where the video plays at roughly twice
> the speed of the audio!
> So my questions are:
> 1) HOW do I convert the NUV files to a playable AVI (as in playable on
> a "standards" based divx/mp4 player)?
> 2) Can I do this WITHOUT further transcoding?
> 3) Can I get Myth to do the transcoding correctly in the first place?
> (I'd accept having to rename the file, re-transcoding seems a bit
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You can using nuv2avi at http://mythtv.beirdo.ca/nuvtools/nuv2avi.php
For me I the SVN version wouldn't compile until I commented out the RTjpeg
code. After that it worked for at least one file a few months ago. I haven't
used it since then.
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