[MPlayer-users] help wanted: using mencoder to make NTSC DVD from transport stream
dopplecoder at gmail.com
Sun Mar 6 16:10:52 CET 2005
On Sun, 6 Mar 2005 09:49:21 -0500, Aaron Peterson <dopplecoder at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 06 Mar 2005 09:46:25 +0100, Nico Sabbi <nsabbi at tiscali.it> wrote:
> > Aaron Peterson wrote:
> > >>If there are many and frequent frameskips add -mc 0 -noskip.
> > >>
> > >I tried this with a .wmv (that claims to be 1000 fps according to
> > >mplayer?). I used -ofps 30 and -oac mp3lame. It came out looking
> > >very nice, but the video lags noticeably behind the audio in the
> > >resulting file.
> > and without -mc 0 -noskip ?
> > If you upload a sample to ftp://www.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/incoming and
> > post the filename I will give it a look
> > >I'm wondering what better techniques might be
> > >employed in such situations. Could I expect similar discrepancy if I
> > >were re-encoding from mpeg4? Will I encounter similar problems
> > >anytime I try to modify the frame rate? Or does this have more to do
> > >with re-encoding the audio?
> > I bet it has something to do with the container of the original file,
> > in this case asf/wmv
> I tested with and without -mc 0 -noskip and got basically the same
> result. Lag in both cases. So I take it from your surprise, that
> this should work well with most files, and this is probably an
> exceptional case? I uploaded 3 files to /MPlayer/incoming/video_lag:
> the script (basically only contains the mplayer command line
> executed), the source file and the destination file. Hope it's
> helpful :-)
I just tested (using the same commandline I put on ftp - with and
without -mc 0 -noskip) with an .avi i made a while back from dvd with
mencoder. Same thing, noticeable video lag :-/ perhaps I've done
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