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comment ffmpeg or mencoder - Convert a video using another one as a reference format-wise
Good idea to edit your answer. Maybe it would make sense to vote up for my previous comment, then ;-)
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comment ffmpeg or mencoder - Convert a video using another one as a reference format-wise
Thanks for your solution. I still hope someone knows about a more "automatic" solution. I guess your step one can be achieved also by: ffmpeg -i video1
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comment ffmpeg or mencoder - Convert a video using another one as a reference format-wise
Breakthrough, true what you were saying, being the same from just a quantitative point of view is more than enough for me. I am going to add some background to my question to help you understand why.
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comment ffmpeg or mencoder - Convert a video using another one as a reference format-wise
I have edited my question. Does it really matter which Operative System I am on when using ffmpeg or mencoder?
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comment ffmpeg or mencoder - Convert a video using another one as a reference format-wise
Hi. I think I already said I am using Linux. I am not trying to convert to a particoular format: I am looking for a general solution (I may edit my question to make it clearer). Thanks.
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Thanks a lot. It was very helpful