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Nov
11
comment ffmpeg fails to mux video and audio properly
@Rajib The video is a direct recording from my satellite receiver, which is probably why there don't seem to be any key frames at the beginning and why I can't do anything about it. The actual content starts 2:16 into the video after some commercials, which is why I don't need the stuff at the beginning.
Apr
9
comment ffmpeg's select-filter generates unwanted black frames
@evilsoup Whow, yes, thanks, that was easy :) If you want some reputation, make that an answer.
Mar
30
comment Check if Files are Being Written To
Oh, good idea. See my edit in the question.
Mar
30
comment Check if Files are Being Written To
That takes way too long to be used in a prompt.
Mar
30
comment RSS Reader/Downloader on a NAS
as an update: I'm writing an RSS-reader with awk... Wish me luck ;)
Jan
3
comment How to Lock CD/DVD Drive to VirtualBox Guest System?
@Goyuix An even better way is to use group policies to turn it off in general. However, I was wondering if it's something I could configure in VirtualBox.
Jan
3
comment Host DVD-ROM drive “eaten up” by Virtual Box
@PrahladYeri Have you figured out how you can make the guest system hide the drive from the host system? I want to achieve this with a Win2000 guest on my Win7 host.
Aug
3
comment Thunderbird plug-in to connect mails?
Thanks for extending your comment to this full answer (+1). Maybe I should give it a try and write an extension on my own... (never done that, lack of time) - I just wished that someone would point me to a "hidden" hive of extensions where my problem could find a perfect remedy...
Aug
2
comment Thunderbird plug-in to connect mails?
@RedGrittyBrick and that should help me how?
Jan
22
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
@LordNeckbeard I guess you meant me ;). Thanks to everybody I think I got what I need now.
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
@LordNeckbeard You are confusing me. I'm reading your comment as if I did something wrong. However, I said I used -vb for the second pass and in your two-pass edit you put -b:v which is the same IMHO. So am I doing something wrong or am I doing okay?
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
@slhck yeah, it's NUL
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
Regarding two-pass: if I use -vcodec libx264 as the only video-specific option for the second pass I get an error (maybe incorrect parameters such as bit_rate, rate, width or height). It works if I add -vb 1978k. So I have to add a bitrate-option. -minrate and -maxrate seem a little vague to me. Or is -vb okay for two-pass?
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
I found a nice doc to help with finding good options.
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
Thanks a lot, that showed some new info to me! Please read my question as I appended my recent findings into it. It looks okay to me.
Jan
21
comment Use DivX settings to encode to mp4 with ffmpeg
@LordNeckbeard Thanks a lot for that info!