[mythtv-users] MPEG2 cutting script complete
johnny at fishcounts.com
Tue Aug 17 19:07:55 EDT 2004
I tried this out and I couldn't get it to work.
This is what I get
"Encode lasted: 1s"
"Thanks for using nuvexport!"
then it just exits.
any ideas as to what it may be? I just used apt-get to install everything
other than the avidemux2 which apt-get didn't have rpm's for. I just
downloaded an rpm for avidemux2 and installed that.
> As many of you may know from IRC, I have been working on making a script
> do MPEG2-MPEG2 cutting using the myth cutlist with minimal recoding. At
> point, it is what I would consider to be complete, and is rolled into
> (current CVS - you can get a snapshot at http://forevermore.net/mythtv as
> This script is using avidemux2 to do the main work. As avidemux2 is
> to use this from a shell script, you will need to install the gtk2-cursed
> library. A list of prerequisites follows further down in the message.
> Please note that the script will cut to the last GOP only, so any frames
> the last GOP marker (up to 14 for NTSC or 11 for PAL) will be removed if
> is a cutpoint near the end of the file, but as that's only about 0.5s of
> this shouldn't be much of a concern. Note also that this is basically
> the Myth player does anyways for seeking.
> The output seems to be perfectly in sync when played in Windows Media
> and RealPlayer, and TMPEnc DVD Author can use the output, so as far as I
> tell it's working.
> transcode (for tcprobe) - http://zebra.fh-weingarten.de/~transcode/
> avidemux2 - http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/
> lve (for lvemux) - http://lvempeg.sourceforge.net/
> gtk2-cursed - http://zemljanka.sourceforge.net/cursed/
> All of these are in the apt-get setup for Fedora Core 1. Make sure to add
> the gtk2-cursed and gtk2-cursed-engines RPMs however, as it may actually
> required. Alternatively, you can run nuvexport from an X terminal and
> with the avidemux window popping up twice, (yuck!)
> Good luck with it :)
> Gavin (aka Beirdo on IRC)
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