when i try to use ffmpegx to encode a VOB ripped from a DVD using either dvdbackup or osex, it will encode the audio mp2, but then say the video file cannot be found or something.
i don't think there's a problem with the encoder itself, cos if i demux the vob first, i can re-encode the video by itself just fine. it would be nice to be able to go straight from the vob though. here's what i get in my terminal..
[/code]Code:mpeg2dec-0.2.1 - by Michel Lespinasse <email@example.com> and Aaron Holtzman Using altivec for IDCT transform INFO: [yuvscaler] yuvscaler (version 1.7.0) is a general scaling utility for yuv frames INFO: [yuvscaler] (C) 2001-2002 Xavier Biquard <firstname.lastname@example.org> INFO: [yuvscaler] yuvscaler -h for help, or man yuvscaler Using altivec for motion compensation Frame rate code = 17960 MPEG in libvo = 63 aspect_code=82160 ++ WARN: [mpeg2enc] Generating dummy SVCD scan-data offsets to be filled in by "vcdimager" ++ WARN: [mpeg2enc] If you're not using vcdimager you may wish to turn this off using -d a52dec-0.7.4 - by Michel Lespinasse <email@example.com> and Aaron Holtzman No accelerated IMDCT transform found INFO: Opened WAV file, freq = 48000 Hz, channels = 2, bits = 16 INFO: format = 0x1, audio length = 4294967256 bytes INFO: slots/frame = 731 INFO: frac SpF=0.429, tot bitrate=224 kbps, s freq=44.1 kHz INFO: Fractional number of slots, padding required INFO: System is big endian 4754 frames in 406.20 sec (11.70 fps), 31 last 2.73 sec (11.36 fps) 4756 frames decoded in 406.20 seconds (11.71 fps) INFO: Avg slots/frame = Inf; b/smp = Inf; br = Inf kbps INFO: Encoding with psychoacoustic model 2 is finished INFO: The MPEG encoded output file name is "/Users/cheryl/Movies/Ripped DVD/osex rip/FAWLTY_TOWERS_PROMO/osexrip2.mp2" INFO: [mplex] mplex version 2.2.1 ($Date: 2002/04/20 19:08:30 $) **ERROR: [mplex] File /Users/cheryl/Movies/Ripped DVD/osex rip/FAWLTY_TOWERS_PROMO/osexrip2.m2v unrecogniseable! INFO: [mplex] File /Users/cheryl/Movies/Ripped DVD/osex rip/FAWLTY_TOWERS_PROMO/osexrip2.mp2 looks like an MPEG Audio stream. **ERROR: [mplex] Unrecogniseable file(s)... exiting. Encoding complete! [cheryl-tofsruds-Computer:~] cheryl%
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