Re: Help with Realplayer files
Modern FFmpeg can create one for you although it is an older version of both Real Video and Real Audio and only really any good for the academic exercise:
Originally Posted by Adam_GUI
Looks like ra_144 does not respond to any bitrate alterations but rv20 can be massaged a little with quality settings...
ffmpeg -i input.mp4 \
-c:v rv20 -q:v 5 \
-c:a ra_144 \
Take home message is that Real Audio and Real Media are actually about half a dozen differing codecs each, FFmpeg contains decoders for most and encoders for the very early ones.
Last edited by andrew.46; June 2nd, 2014 at 11:08 AM.
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