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  1. Hello,
    I own a tube site and have just purchased a package of HD 1080 videos. My server admins had some trouble getting them to work with ffmpeg, but eventually they did. Now the problem is the audio is out of sync and I'm not satisfied with the video quality.

    So I'd like to hire an expert to create a configuration file to use when encoding these videos. I'm willing to pay half up front if you are reputable.

    ben at c3u dot com
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  2. Ok, here's the deal. I'll give you $100 to encode one of the videos (server side), then tell me the process so I can do it myself. Please get in touch.
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    For something like this, a real expert is going to run about $100/hour, and it will take several hours to fully install correctly, run some tests, tweak as needed. Dedicated servers highly suggested (minimum of VPS required). Anything cheaper, and you're getting amateurs from random sites. Just for the record.

    Video is already NOT easy.
    Web servers are already NOT easy.
    Video + web servers = pain in the ass.
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  4. smurf's right

    if you want a guy who does ffmpeg consulting and has lots of experience (has worked as a software engineer for avail broadcast, facebook's video service, and is one of the main x264 dev's (same software backend for youtube, vimeo, hulu)), contact "dark shikari"

    darkshikari@gmail.com
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    it's porn. why does the audio matter at all???

    up a sample to a filesharing site and let the boys here have at it...

    sorry but the wife would not take kindly to me helping out.
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  6. ^aedipuss still drunk from new years party
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    [edit] umm - rated r (x?) link - mature content - don't go looking you little buggers.

    is that better pdr?


    http://webcache.googleusercontent (DOT) com/search?q=cache:V9kUixj5R6oJ:c3u.com/+c3u.com&cd=1&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us

    not so much.

    well maybe a little....
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  8. Awesome! You should put "R" rating by that link , because this is a "PG" website

    EDIT: hhaha. The last row has a 500kg.....
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  9. Originally Posted by aedipuss View Post
    it's porn. why does the audio matter at all???

    up a sample to a filesharing site and let the boys here have at it...

    sorry but the wife would not take kindly to me helping out.
    I assume that would violate the rules and I don't want to get banned in the first week.

    If anyone would like to have a look and offer me a quote I will be happy to give access. I've attached a GSpot screencap of the video info.
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    Since this isn't an "upload site"
    then why would you run video through online encoding instead of offline encoding?
    That doesn't even makes sense. Wrong way to go about it.
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    smurfs probably correct. are the re-encoded videos going to be for streaming or downloading? 2 different beasts. streaming requires lower bitrate/lower resolution and the mov atom at the beginning, downloaded video should have higher bitrate for less loss of detail for later playing on a big screen/converting to dvd or blu-ray.

    streaming you should probably shoot for 1280x720p 1-2mbps, a download video maybe 720p 5mbps - both mp4s.

    handbrake or mediacoder could most likely do them for you.
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