[MEncoder-users] non-interleaved mkv file

Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski dominik at rangers.eu.org
Thu Jan 5 22:31:47 CET 2006

On Thursday, 05 January 2006 at 19:38, Phil Ehrens wrote:
> I have a non-interleaved mkv file that plays fine in mplayer,

Explain non-interleaved in this context. Is this even a valid
Matroska file?

> but when I use it as input to mencoder the a/v sync fails.
> Using the ni, -mc and -bps/nobps options in various combinations
> seems to have no effect at all.
> Is there a way to leverage the ability of mplayer to play the
> file as input for mencoder using a pipe or fifo?
> Would that be likely to solve the problem? I suspect it will
> not, but perhaps there is a "trick" that somebody knows for
> dealing with these things.

Try remuxing it with latest mkvtoolnix and then feeding it to mencoder.


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