First of all please don't raise an eyebrow after reading the title. hehe
I don't know if this has been asked or done before but I just want to know if it's possible to convert an mpg file back to a ts one?
I have a bunch of artist performance clips mostly on ts and mpg formats. I hate having multiple file types in one folder and since I have more ts files, I wanted to convert my mpg videos to ts ones.
I have no idea which program to use and I want to cleanly convert it as much as possible (no recompression and probably just demuxing and remuxing to a ts if possible). Can someone please give me some advice or point me in the right direction?
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks and Good day!
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A lot depends on the type of mpeg actually in the file and which players you use. But one easy thing to try is just changing the extension to ts.
@Baldrick thanks for the suggestion. I'll check it out.
I tried it out and it did what I was hoping it would do. Thanks a lot!
Last edited by evile1690; 2nd Sep 2014 at 12:21.
Remux the whole bunch into mkv's. You can du that with FFmpeg + FFqueue using the "copy" codec. If you want to save some disk space you can encode with x264 using a high bit rate - you'll probably not be able to spot any significant difference in the image quality but file sizes should drop dramaticly (depending on the sources).