[mythtv] [PATCH] MP3 options for TV recording
torbjorn.jansson at mbox200.swipnet.se
Sat Dec 6 18:03:16 EST 2003
I think this will cause problems with the directshow filters I did.
Currently it uses some hardcoded defaults of 128Kbit and CBR, I haven't
tried this patch so I don't know for sure.
Using directshow to convert a nuv file to avi (no recompression, direct
streaming) will probably make the avi file contain invalid information about
the mp3 stream. Maybe it will cause problems on normal playback too.
So I think that it might be nessesary to extend the nuv file format to
contain atleast the bitrate and if its cbr/vbr/abr.
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> Subject: [mythtv] [PATCH] MP3 options for TV recording
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> Attached patch alters the options for software mp3 encoding
> on TV recoding
> profiles. It's against the current CVS.
> - Renames "MP3 Quality" to "Algorithm Quality", reflecting what the
> control actually does. Help text updated to suit.
> - Adds CBR/ABR/VBR option
> - Adds bitrate option (for CBR/ABR)
> - Adds quality slider (for VBR)
> - Adds stereo mode (auto, joint stereo, stereo, mono downmix)
> - Removes hardwired compression ratio
> Defaults are CBR 128k auto, which seems sane to me.
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