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Martyn MorrisffmpegX
by on Mar 7, 2012 at 9:32:30 am

Hi there,
I have a Quicktime file that is 1920*1080 wit a Animation codec and I would like to convert it to a .ts or .mpg file MPEG-2 video and MPEG Layer , 48000Hz Stereo(LR) wit a Data rate of 15 mbits/s.

Im not sure how to input the mbit/s as the client has asked for these exact requirements and keeps sending back every render as wrong.

Any help would be grate.

Thanks,
Martyn.



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stephen dixonRe: ffmpegX
by on Mar 21, 2012 at 12:00:18 pm

the option is -b 15M. You might consider setting maxrate and minrate and bufsize as well.


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Michael RampeRe: ffmpegX
by on Mar 21, 2012 at 12:29:28 pm

Just noticed the title of this post.....

Are you referring to the very outdated OSX GUI called ffmpegX or the ffmpeg command line program?

FfmpegX was built on a very old ffmpeg version.... not sure if they changed that recently (doubt it).
If you need a GUI, have a look at iFFmpeg for OSX which lets you update the core libraries and stay up to date with the syntax changes.....

Otherwise, bite the bullet and go commando line;-)

Michael


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