[mythtv-users] Nuvexport, transcode, and commercial cutting
fpikus at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 03:50:48 UTC 2005
On 6/16/05, Chris Petersen <lists at forevermore.net> wrote:
> >>But here is something I don't understand: when I run
> >>nuvexport-xvid --cutlist --debug --infile=-file
> >>the commands are mythtranscode with --honorcutlist, then ffmpeg (which
> >>it dies with a pipe read error :)
> I assume you know that the pipe error is related to a messed up
> yuvdenoise, right?
I noticed that pipes read ok if I just send them to single ffmpeg, but
I wasn't sure if it's yuvdenoise or the whole combination at once,
ffmpeg | yuvdenoise | ffmpeg, that's messing it up.
> >>But when I run the same with --transcode, there is no mythtranscode,
> >>only transcode commands. Will it still apply cutlists? Where would it
> >>get them from?
> if you have mpeg files, transcode can read those just fine, and has its
> own cutlist handling options (ffmpeg doesn't, so it requires using
> >>Finally, what do I need to replace the original recording with the
> >>ones from nuvexport?
> Why aren't you just using myth's internal transcoder? myth can play avi
> files as recordings, but you really shouldn't use it that way. export,
> send them to mythvideo, and then delete the originals.
I'd love to, but I can't get it to run from command line:
# mythtranscode -V 3 -c 1003 -s 2005-06-05T19:00:00 -p autodetect -d -l
New DB connection, total: 2
Transcoding from /raid/store//1003_20050605190000_20050605200000.nuv
ERROR, Transcode called from JobQueue but no jobID found!
Transcoding /raid/store//1003_20050605190000_20050605200000.nuv failed
> Personally, I wouldn't automate this -- about 1 in 15 files that go
> through transcode have messed-up audio because of glitches in the source
> mpeg files (which then need to be re-run with --force_mythtranscode
> since mythtranscode seems to have more robust mpeg playing code).
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Fedor G Pikus (fpikus at gmail.com)
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