[mythtv-users] Slow, slow, slow transcode

Pete Cap peteoutside at yahoo.com
Tue Dec 5 22:17:19 UTC 2006

John Drescher <drescherjm at gmail.com> wrote: You mean with mythtranscode? 

Do you know that mythtranscode ignores the cutlist when you use the -i param you must use -c and -s to get it to use the cutlist. 

nuvexport is just a perl wrapper for mythtranscode that saves me the trouble of having to start up mythtranscode and then start up an instance of ffmpeg or transcode or mencoder.  So far as I know, it uses the correct options to enable the cutlist since this is A) specifically noted in the interface and B) nobody else to my knowledge is complaining about it.  I think the issue might have more to do with the cutlist not being written for some reason.

Right now I would just settle for a transcode operation that finishes the same day I start it that retains some measure of watchability: the XVid exports using FFMPEG were absolute trash.

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