[theora] TS from DVB-T to Theora + Vorbis

Jiří Navrátil jiri at navratil.cz
Tue Jul 17 23:55:51 PDT 2007


Thank you very much both of you for very fast and helpful answers.

Pipes work just fine.

With VLC, the point regarding version was important, because only the
SVN version have the extra option for sound in a separate file. I did
not finished yet transcoding this way, as I'm getting "main input
error: demux doesn't like DEMUX_GET_TIME", already for play button. I
like the VLC possibilities, but will stay with pipes for now.

Thank you again and enjoy unusual hot weather, which we have just now
in our Europe.

Best regards,
Jiri Navratil

2007/7/18, Hannes Hauswedell <noreply at soulrebel.in-berlin.de>:
> You could also use VLC.
> *Go to Media->Open File
> *Select the Video-File and check "Show more Options"
> *Check "Play another media synchronously" and select the audio-file
> *Hold down on the Play-button and select "Convert"
> *Now chose "Output to File" and select "Theora" for video-transcoding
> and "Vorbis" for audio-transcoding, and select OGG for container!
> I havent tried, because I dont have Files like yours, but it should work.
> hope that helps!
> Greetings
> Hannes
> P.S.: I am using VLC-0.9.0svn so things might be a little different on older
> versions (the functionality should be there though)
> PPS: VLC might be able to record directly from your video-device...
> Am Dienstag 17 Juli 2007 18:05:11 schrieb Jiří Navrátil:
> > Hello,
> >
> > Could you kindly point me to some instruction, how to encode demuxed
> > files (.m2v and .mp2) to .ogg (Theora + Vorbis)? I was trying to use
> > ffmpeg2theora, but I don't know, how to put two files to ffmpeg2theora
> > (one audio an one video) and did not found, how to mux them into one
> > file?
> >
> > Exist a way, how to do two pass encoding?
> >
> > I'm using Ubuntu Fiesty Linux.
> >
> > Thank you,
> > Jiri Navratil
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