This could be a wild goose chase but ...
arab at tangerine-army.co.uk
Mon Jan 4 00:13:35 UTC 2010
I took a peek at MEncoder, seems to work just fine, just a matter of
having a play with the settings to get the quality / file size balance
correctly, thanks for the hint.
From: Roland Smith [mailto:rsmith at xs4all.nl]
Sent: 02 January 2010 15:48
To: Graeme Dargie
Cc: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
Subject: Re: This could be a wild goose chase but ...
On Sat, Jan 02, 2010 at 02:03:10PM -0000, Graeme Dargie wrote:
> I have been trying for a day or two to get
> /usr/ports/multimedia/handbrake to install on 8.0-Release AMD64, the
> port just stops bleating about wanting i386, I did some googling and
> found a supposed patch to cure this so it would install but that does
> not seem to make any difference as the patch does not apply correctly.
> Has anyone managed to get this going on AMD64 or am I just chasing the
> proverbial wild goose ?
Have you looked at alternatives like mencoder, of ffmpeg2theora. They
just fine on amd64. They use much the same libraries.
Mencoder does H.264 encoding very well, But ffmpeg2theora gives _much_
files with good quality. It's weakness is that it cannot handle AC3
digital) very well. So I like to resample the audio first with mencoder,
then convert to theora video with ogg audio. For a wide-screen (16:9)
mplayer dvd://1 -dumpstream -dumpfile movie.mpg
mencoder -ovc copy -oac mp3lame -idx -o movie.avi movie.mpg
ffmpeg2theora --sync --aspect 24:10 --croptop 72, --cropbottom 72 \
-v 7 -c 2 movie.avi
File sizes, to give you an idea:
movie.mpg 6500 MiB
movie.avi 5800 MiB
movie.ovg 1750 MiB
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