[mythtv-users] nuv->avi possibilities?

Torbjörn Jansson torbjorn.jansson at mbox200.swipnet.se
Thu Aug 19 15:21:34 EDT 2004

mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org <> wrote:
>> And lastly, imho the best option, mythtranscode needs to support
>> (preferably, and probably most easily) demultiplexing the nuv
>> into its
>> component pieces, or a straight avi conversion.  The demultiplexing
>> option is best for me for nuvexport, and at that point it wouldn't be
>> hard to then remultiplex the streams into an avi (or ogg or
>> whatever) container. 
>> -Chris
> It can't be that hard to write a nuv spliter, i mean a simple one that
> separates video from audio and writes it to a file or a pipe.
> I have already done a spliter filter for windows, so i bet i
> coud reuse some
> parts from that.
> I may actualy have use for such a tool my self as a debuging tool.
> The question is what to do about the file header that tells
> you what type of
> video and audio stream it is.

Now that i thing about it, this will not work. When you convert it you must
take the timecode into consideration.
If you simply write the video and audio stream to a file, you will loose the
timecode and can't tell if there was any dropped frames.

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