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Hi i was reading around, wondering since I'm about to leave the dark side (windows ) is there a way to use ffmpeg to make kvcds while in linux.
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Not yet.
Stay tuned. We're playing with that

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09-11-2003, 01:33 PM
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On linux mpeg2enc does a nice job, it's about the same speed as tmpgenc only you don't have avisynth (whatever that is ;)
http://www.kvcd.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5973
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mpegenc? do you have tutorial or template for it. thx in advance p.s. probably stupid question but why exactly do you need avisynth?
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09-11-2003, 02:15 PM
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why exactly do you need avisynth?
Highest quality filtering, not currently possible on Linux, Mac, or other platforms.
http://www.avisynth.org

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09-12-2003, 02:40 AM
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I think that (almost) all of the goodies from avisynth are available in the mjpegtools package too, rescalers, smoothing, noise reduction, sharpen, de/interlacing, brighten and a lot more ;)
And there easy to use to, they all work in a yuv4mpeg pipe, so you start mplayer with as output the pipe
Code:
mkfifo -m 660 stream.yuv
mplayer -noframedrop -nosound -vo yuv4mpeg -osdlevel 0 yourmovie.avi
then you start a new command wich reads the pipe and port it to the encoder.
Code:
cat stream.yuv | yuvdenoise -F -f | yuvscaler -v 0 -M WIDE2STD -O 352x240 -n n | mpeg2enc -v 0 -f 0 -K kvcd -b 2400 -q 6 -V 40 -n n -F 2 -a 2 -g 24 -G 24 -P -d -o test.m1v
In this case the movie is denoised and black borders are added to the movie.[/code]
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09-12-2003, 05:30 AM
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uuuh! NICE!!

Guess I'll have to give it a try...
(after I found out why I always screw my Linux system up after 1 week of use... sth always doesn't work *g*)
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I have to look more into mjpegtools
Seems we're going to wind up with a HUGE command tail

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Does mjpegtools have a windows port? Or maybe it could be compiled under cygwin or something like that? It would be great t have "multiplataform" KVCD!

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09-13-2003, 06:19 AM
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I guess there is none... avisynth can do everything u want
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09-13-2003, 06:35 AM
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I have to look more into mjpegtools
Seems we're going to wind up with a HUGE command tail
Currently I'am planning on creating a gtk2 frontend to the mjpegtools, looks a bit like tmpgenc only with an extra tab for filtering. The plan is to work (like tmpgenc) with templates with additional user settings. Actualy it would be tmpgenc and avisynth in one program (only I don't know C yet)
As soon as I have a apha ready I will post it, my gues that that will be the middle of 2024
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09-13-2003, 02:41 PM
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Actualy it would be tmpgenc and avisynth in one program (only I don't know C yet)
No need to use C ( or C++ )
Use Python and pyGTK

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09-14-2003, 03:31 AM
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No need to use C ( or C++ )
Use Python and pyGTK

It's not ment to be platform indipendant
(and to be honest, if I can't use glade and anjuta there's no way I will ever be able to create something)
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(and to be honest, if I can't use glade and anjuta there's no way I will ever be able to create something)
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I have to look more into mjpegtools
Seems we're going to wind up with a HUGE command tail
I have done a script to encode to cvcd or kvcd using mjpegtools, which it makes all calculations automatically (adjusting the bitrate to make it fit on a CD, detecting frame rate and video system (pal or ntsc), and passing the correct parameters to the mjpegtools), it does the transcode, multiplexing and creation of the .bin and .cue files ready to burn.

You can check it out here: http://dvdripping-guid.berlios.de/Divx-to-VCD_en.html

The new kvcd scripts are in the forum: http://dvdripping-guid.berlios.de/fo...opic.php?t=127

I hope you find them useful.

Cheers.
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Thanks mozo
I'll test it in the morning.
It's 4:00AM here
Time to go to bed

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