[MPlayer-DOCS] Re: Draft: iPod encoding guide
snacky at ikaruga.co.uk
Thu Feb 8 00:36:26 CET 2007
On Wed, Feb 07, 2007 at 10:50:22PM +0100, Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> > + The iPod 5G supports two video formats: MPEG-4 ASP (such as DivX or Xvid)
> do we have to mention 2 random mpeg4 implemenattions here?
Most people have no idea what "mpeg-4" means (but they believe they
know) so it probably helps to give examples. Most people who have heard
of "DivX" also don't realize that it's not a distinct format. This
guide helps clear up that confusion.
> > + and MPEG-4 AVC (commonly called H.264). It supports two audio formats:
> > + MP3 and AAC. But it only support one container format: MP4. This guide
> > + will explain how to create iPod-compatible files with H.264 video and AAC
> > + audio in an MP4 container. <application>MEncoder</application> can not
> > + create iPod-compatible MP4 files directly, but you can use
> > + <application>MEncoder</application> to create the video and audio, and then
> > + use an external program such as <application>mp4creator</application> to
> > + remux into an MP4 container.</para>
> this is not true, i do have a ipod and mencoder can with lavf generate working
> .mp4 files, so please remove this nonsense and use mencoder with lavf, if it
> doesnt work send a bugreport and ill fix it
What about B-frames?
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