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Open the mkv in mkvmerge, check if it has attachments and if it does, remove them, mux and try converting again. Attachments is the only thing I have encountered that cause an mkv to display as "motion jpeg" in Xmedia recode.
The PS3 can only read MP4 container format, not your MKV files. The easiest tool to convert MKV to MP4 without losing any quality is YAMB. YAMB will not transcode the audio or video, so each movie will only take a few minutes. Download YAMB from here In YAMB, create MP4 Add you MKV file Set Output name Create
-map <inputNo>:<streamNo> tells ffmpeg to take stream streamNo from the input inputNo and to add it to the output, where <inputNo> starts with 0. Sometimes, you may want to take the same input stream twice (such as -map 0:1 -map 0:1 in the example) because you can encode each with different codecs/parameters. In the example, the output ...
This should work, can't test on this machine: ffmpeg -i input.mkv -map 0:0 -map 0:2 \ -c:v copy \ -c:a aac \ -b:a 128k \ output.mp4 or ffmpeg -i input.mkv -map 0:0 -map 0:2 -c:v copy -c:a aac -b:a 128k output.mp4 Explanations c:s is an alias for -scodec codec, which specifies the subtitle codec. -map 0:1 is there twice because the example has an aac ...
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