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  1. I currently have some source avi's that were captured with the Huffy Codec and PCM audio.

    I am looking for the correct commands to feed into mencoder to convert them into Divx 4.x and mp3.

    I know I cannot convert them into Divx 5.x yet as there is no encoding codec for linux as of yet.

    After reading the man page and mplayerhq site I am still baffled as to exactly what options I need to feed mencoder to get my desired output.

    so far this is as close as I have gotten:
    $ rm frameno.avi
    $ mencoder /mnt/videos/CAPTURE5.00.avi -ovc frameno -lameopts q=9:mode=0 -o frameno.avi

    which seems to work, then in theory, it should be a quick

    $ mencoder /mnt/videos/CAPTURE5.00.avi -oac copy -pass 1 -ovc divx4 -divx4opts br=900

    $ mencoder /mnt/videos/CAPTURE5.00.avi -oac copy -pass 1 -ovc divx4 -divx4opts br=900

    and I should be doing my little happy dance.

    however a quick seg fault prevents this.

    I have encounted seg faults when my syntax was wrong on something that mencoder didn't immedatly reconize as an error.

    I do not believe that I have a faulty mencoder, I think that my syntax is wrong.

    Can anyone shed some light my way? Tell me what I am doing wrong? Offer an alternitive that will result in the desired output?
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    >which seems to work, then in theory, it should be a quick

    >$ mencoder /mnt/videos/CAPTURE5.00.avi -oac copy -pass 1 -ovc divx4 -divx4opts br=900

    >$ mencoder /mnt/videos/CAPTURE5.00.avi -oac copy -pass 1 -ovc divx4 -divx4opts br=9

    Just quick answer, the second line has option -pass 1 , shouldn't that be -pass 2
    Probably a typo instead of a worng command, but you never know

    The options you give mencoder look fine to me, but then I'm not very good with mencoder (or any encoder for that matter).
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  3. You are correct that should ave been pass 2 instead of pass 1.

    I must have had a multi-tasking buffer overflow.

    I recompiled lame & mplayer and now the segfault has disappeared.

    <insert happy dance>

    Now I just need a way to deinterlace......
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