[theora] Video online
romal at gmx.de
romal at gmx.de
Mon Jan 29 23:15:44 PST 2007
VLC is my primary video player, but the transcoding-feature is crashing or producing empty files. I tried it several times, even the nightly builds.
I used the super-transcoder for creating the videofile. The homepage states it´s a gui for ffmpeg2theora.
So I wonder why commandline ffmpeg2theora get`s out of sync and the gui-version does not.
Does the gui use any commandline parameters or is the includes ffmpeg2theora modified ?
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Datum: Tue, 30 Jan 2007 10:48:21 +1000
Von: "S. A. Allen" <manager at atshop3d.com>
An: "Robert M. Albrecht" <romal at gmx.de>, "Theora Xiph Mailing List" <theora at xiph.org>
Betreff: Re: [theora] Video online
> I've used VLC's transcoding wizard, but come across some videos that just
> give null output. There is another solution to this, but it only runs on
> Windows at the moment.
> The super transcoder (http://www.erightsoft.com/SUPER.html) is able to
> convert just about any media format to another format.
> Hope this helps.
> On Mon, 29 Jan 2007 04:44:21 +1000, Robert M. Albrecht <romal at gmx.de>
> > Hi,
> > I held an introduction to Creative Commons last week.
> > The Theora-encoded video (and slides) are available at www.romal.de .
> > I had some serious problems encoding to theora. Is there a canonical way
> > to convert mov and/or wmv to Theora ? I fiddled around whith
> > ffmpeg2theora, but always got some out-of-sync-problems with audio and
> > video.
> > cu romal
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