[Mplayer-users] howto DVD rip on Linux
atmosfear at users.sourceforge.net
Fri Aug 10 05:21:22 CEST 2001
On Thursday, 9. August 2001 16:27, you wrote:
> > If you want to have good quality at decent speed, wait for the release
> > 0.5.0pre1 of transcode this weekend. It will support DivX4 (single pass
> > at the moment). 0.5 final might have two-pass...
> do someone know/did a comparison of divx codecs?
> divx 3.11 low/fast motion, opendivx 0.48, ffmpeg, divx4 ?
> what about quality and speed?
look at the nickyguides page, I posted above in sam thread, it has comparsion
of 3divx, divx sbc and divx4.
> i have the same question about mp3. (i'm thinking about encoder support,
> as now i'm almost finished demuxer separation and ready to add multi-file
> play, qt support and encoding...)
> what are the best mp3 encoders? fixed and vbr too.
> is 'lame' the best? or l3enc -hq still better? or maybe bladenc?
lame with all assembler stuff turned on. lame is superior to l3enc anyways
and it supports vbr. and it's much faster if l3enc is as slow as the win32
console version (or was is 16bit?).
btw. theres also speed optimized version of lame called gogo never teste
> i think i'll add multiplexer, and allow to do direct-stream-copy, from
> single or multiple files. if it's ok, then add video encoding, using
> ffmpeg codecs / divx311 dll / encore? / divx4linux.
> A'rpi / Astral & ESP-team
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