[mythtv] MythArchive has been added to svn - Please test
mythtv at merkx.demon.nl
Fri May 5 18:12:52 UTC 2006
I just read your comment about the requant ratio...
I have patched my version of mythburn to subtract the number of frames to
be removed by commercial cut from the total number of frames and to use
this ratio when calculating the requantfactor. Not very exact, but the
results are remarkably good.
Can post a patch if you're interested...
> On 5/4/06, Paul Harrison <mythtv at dsl.pipex.com> wrote:
>> I've just added to svn the first release of MythArchive which is a new
>> plugin for myth that allow you create DVD's from your myth recordings.
> Cool - looking forward to it...
>> Its based on the old MythBurn scripts but has been
>> rewritten to reduce the number of dependencies and to hopefully make it
>> easier to install.
> For those of us who aren't running svn, can you post some screenshots
> - is it just like mythburn for the dvd menus? Does it have the same
> web interface? A few pics of the UI and end results would be greatly
> appreciated. You know... picture worth a thousand words... :)
> A few thoughts... using mythtvburn and projectx, I'm quite happy
> cramming between 4 and 6 hours of analog programming onto a dvd, but I
> do notice that tcrequant takes into account the total size of
> recordings *BEFORE* commercial cut. This means that my recordings end
> up with a higher requant factor than actually required. If mytharchive
> can do an mpeg2cut first and then figure out a tcrequant value, I
> would expect the recording to be slightly better quality.
> Also, looking forward to being able to make dvds out of my transcoded
> recordings. Right now, I let my recordings accumulate in mpeg2 format,
> commercial cut them, burn dvds when I get around to it, and *then*
> transcode the files to save space.
> I'd be much happier to transcode any files I want to keep early on,
> and burn them to dvd later.
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