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Re: [MPlayer-users] reducing size of files while conserving theaudio/vi
[Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
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Citando a LGW (large@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx):
> [Automatic answer: RTFM (read DOCS, FAQ), also read DOCS/bugreports.html]
> if you are using gnome (or even if not), you might want to try the
> gmencoder frontend. It's really a great tool, you can crop with preview,
> setup all (I think) parameters that mencoder has, and it's easy to use.
> Great think to gamble with parameters. And it does 3-pass out of the box.
great tool, but no binary in rpm format, and I really can't install all
those ****-devel rpms in order to compile a gnome application.
> I used far more low bitrates with lacv, like 360. Of course you get
> kindof ugly results, but the files get really small :)
I would like to reduce the file size but keeping the video quality.
> It depends on the result size and quality you expect, I think. You might
> want to scale the image size down (for 360kbit I used 320*240). Of
> course, this is really low quality, than.
Those Southpark MPEGs are 352 x 240, are you suggesting I scale down to
320*240? I will make yet another test :)
> I also suggest to use -lavcopts vhq:.... to set him to maximum encoding
> quality. It won't take much longer to encode, but with better results.
The vhq option has been taken away from the lavcopts section (in man mencoder)
and replaced by the mbd=(0,1,2) or that's my understanding of it.
> The encoding parameters for a good result depend much on file size and
> movie (southpark will be totally different than jackass), so you'll have
> to try it out.
hhmm, and I thought I could use just one script for everything :(
> good luck,
Thanks for your reply!
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