[MPlayer-users] Re: mpeg-ts: howto remux into something else? (mkv?)
gabor at z10n.net
Tue Jan 11 22:56:19 CET 2005
Nico Sabbi wrote:
> Gábor Farkas wrote:
>> i have a hdtv mpeg-ts file...
>> it contains an anime intro, so i assume it's from some japanese
>> digital broadcast...
>> (i'll upload it to same accessible place the day after tomorrow..today
>> i don't have a fast enough inet connection)
>> mplayer only plays the video part,
> please post the log of mplayer -v file.ts -tsprobe 100000, up to the
> "Video: MPEG2" line
-the first 2 mbytes of the mpeg-ts file
>> xine also,
>> vlc plays the video+audio too...
>> of course it would be nice if mplayer could play it, but that's not
>> that much important..
>> i would be a lot more interested in turning this mpeg-ts file into
>> something more player-friendly...
>> for example to remux it into a mkv file...
>> or some other container format that's easily playable?
> avi and mpeg-ps are the only other file formats mencoder can write
i see...do you know about any other tools?
and btw. to mux the final file, for that i can maybe use mkvmerge..
but how should i demux the TS file?
i could dump the video stream with -dumpvideo,
so how should i demux
>> the file contains (imho) mpeg2 video and some aac audio...
>> vlc says: video:mpgv, audio:mp4a...
>> so, are there any tools that can demux a mpeg-ts file...
>> and.. is there some kind of audio-delay that i have to apply?
>> i vaguely remember something that when i want to remux a mpeg-ts file,
>> i have to apply some audio-delay...
> often audio is some x100 ms early (tipycally 300 ms for DVB)
is there a way to find it out ? ;)
thanks a lot,
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