[FFmpeg-user] compress security video

dE . de.techno at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 08:53:55 CET 2011

On 12/11/11 05:13, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Peter B.<pb<at>  das-werkstatt.com>  writes:
>> Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
>>> Did you try ffv1 (possibly with -coder 1)?
>> Although I'm a big fan of FFv1, are you sure that he's interested in
>> losslessly encoding it?
> I somehow assumed he does, but re-reading his message I was probably wrong...
> Otoh, for more information about lossy compression, his input simply wasn't
> sufficient, after all, I could use -qscale 32 to compress all my videos;-)
>> (In our long-term tests, we've seen that a 1 minute FFv1-AVI (with PCM
>> 16bit stereo audio) has about 350MB)
>> Wouldn't a lossy codec, such as XviD or h264
> I would still love to see evidence that Xvid is better than FFmpeg's native ASP
> encoder (which is slightly more difficult to tune).
> Carl Eugen
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Xvid has better multithreading support and with default setting 
compresses more (with same quality).

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