Really nothing special (just testing at present, seeking a/v sync goodness before tweaking any further)
This encodes a 30 second segment from @ 80mb down to @20mb, with good enough quality for large screen output. This on Xubuntu 12.04 using a Dell Precision M6500 laptop (well, desktop replacement ) Yet to run it on a full 23 minutes of MTS (4GB segment) to see if A/V sync remains OK all the way through.Code:ffmpeg -i input.MTS -t 30 -target pal-dvd -aspect 16:9 output.mpg
Any advice on improving the line is always welcome
EDIT run the line on a full 4GB, and no a/v sync problems. Will have to see what happens when I author the DVD
EDIT have been using DVD Flick on W7 to create dvd isos, but this just puts the a/v sync problem back, even without re-encoding the video, so installed DEVEDE and got a perfect dvd iso, with menu
Last edited by Merrattic; December 20th, 2012 at 04:36 PM.
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