[mythtv] H.264 over MPEG-2 TS recording and playback
ijr at case.edu
Fri Mar 17 18:17:59 UTC 2006
On Friday 17 March 2006 13:04, Steven Adeff wrote:
> On 3/17/06, Isaac Richards <ijr at case.edu> wrote:
> > On Friday 17 March 2006 12:48, Steven Adeff wrote:
> > > On 3/17/06, Jean-Francois Roy <roy.jean-francois at crc.ca> wrote:
> > > > Mark Buechler wrote:
> > > > > I can provide sample HD streams if needed.
> > > >
> > > > That would be great. If hosting is a problem, I can arrange
> > > > something. Even though I'm certainly not working in the range of HDTV
> > > > bitrates or resolutions, the more sample streams I have, the better.
> > >
> > > some sample h264 encoded videos....
> > > http://jfl1974.free.fr/upload/superman.mp4
> > > http://jfl1974.free.fr/upload/XMenIII.mp4
> > > Nero has some trailers encoded using their h264 codec, max resolution
> > > they have is dvd quality:
> > > http://trailer.nerodigital.com/enu/index.html
> > Read the subject line. 'H.264 over MPEG-2 TS'. This does not mean
> > 'H.264 in MP4', or any other container format.
> > Isaac
> On 3/17/06, Jean-Francois Roy <roy.jean-francois at crc.ca> wrote:
> > As for constructing sample H.264 streams, you can encode using x264 (I
> > haven't read DVB's specifications pertaining to what profiles and levels
> > will be allowed or required, but likely the main profile will be
> > adequate for testing) and output to say .mp4 or raw, then mux in a TS
> > stream using VLC or ffmpeg.
> so the encoding has been done, it just needs to be remuxed into a TS
> stream. sorry for trying to help.
I'd hope that most people on this list are capable of doing a google search.
Finding h264 content in mp4 isn't exactly difficult. Unless you're going to
create a mpeg2-ts file, you're not 'helping'.
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