I have a VIDEO_TS directory with a bunch of .VOB files (that are parts of the main movie). I'd like to encode these to ONE .avi and one .ogm file (separately) with a file size limit of 2 GB for each one at the BEST quality I can get for that size. I'm reading the man page but the -fs (file size limit) option doesn't say to put the numbers in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes so I'm not sure which number to put in. Also, I don't know which is the best quality video and audio codec. If there's a better program to use than ffmpeg, please let me know because command line is very hard to use for me. Thanks in advance.
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