Todd Poole tpoole at mail.com
Tue Apr 30 16:16:30 CEST 2013

Thanks Carl.  Was not sure if it could be done with ffmpeg.  I am able 
to record the ts and with a delay in starting the transcoding to mp4, 
the mp4 can be viewed.  Was looking to transcode the ts without 
recording it, just send it to transcoding and be able to view the mp4. 
I know there will be a delay. At this time hardware is not the problem.

Todd Poole

On 4/30/2013 10:07 AM, Carl Eugen Hoyos wrote:
> Todd Poole <tpoole <at> mail.com> writes:
>> Is it possible to transcode ts to mp4 in real time
>> (on the fly) with ffmeg. If so can I get an example?
> FFmpeg is not a time-triggered real-time operating
> system and there is therefore no garantuee for any
> defined performance, but depending on your hardware,
> you will certainly find a combination of resolution,
> frame rate, encoding complexity and threading usage
> that fits your needs.
> (Note that "transcode ts to mp4" is not nearly a
> sufficient explanation for what you want.)
> Carl Eugen
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