[MPlayer-users] Slow playback of x264 video in mkv

Guillaume POIRIER poirierg at gmail.com
Sat Sep 24 10:37:47 CEST 2005


On 9/24/05, Fredrik Eriksson <feffese at yahoo.se> wrote:
> So, I created a x264 video with mplayer using the following command:
> mencoder-cvs -dvd-device koikoi7.dvd2.real.iso dvd://1 -chapter 1-1
> -ofps 24000/1001 -vf pullup=::::1:,softskip,hqdn3d=4:2:2 -nosound -ovc
> x264 -of rawvideo -x264encopts
> subq=6:frameref=7:me=3:4x4mv:bframes=4:b_adapt:b_pyramid:qcomp=0.7:keyint=300:8x8dct:pass=3:bitrate=1400
> -o koikoi7.intro.x264.h264
> then I muxed the video to a mp4 container:
> MP4Box -fps 23.976 -add koikoi7.intro.x264.h264 koikoi7.intro.x264.mp4
> the video plays just fine with mplayer-cvs, with about 20% CPU usage.
> But then I mux it to a mkv container:
> mkvmerge -o koikoi7.intro.x264.mkv --timecodes 1:timecode.tmc --vtracks
> 1 koikoi7.intro.x264.mp4 -a 0 koikoi7.intro.audio.ogg
> now the video playback is too slow and jaggy, the audio gets quickly out
> of sync, although the CPU usage is about the same as with the mp4 file.
> I tried the file on my laptop, and the special build of ffmpeg included
> in CCCP (http://cccp.kickassanime.org/) could play the file just fine,
> so it's most likely not a problem with the file.
> does anyone know what the problem might be?

I don't think I have ever used the option "--timecodes
1:timecode.tmc". try to remove it and see what happens. Also, even if
Matroska people do not encourage it, it's possible to convert AVI ->
MKV. You should try that.

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  -- Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski

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