[mythtv-users] Transcoding filters

Brian Wood beww at beww.org
Tue Jul 10 01:28:27 UTC 2007

Alf mel wrote:
> Hello!  I'm new to MythTV and I am very impressed.  Thanks for all the 
> developers that have spent so much time in making a great application.
> In figuring out record settings, storage requirements and the like, I am 
> trying to transcode some episodes recorded in RTjpeg to MPEG4.  The problem 
> I have is that the channels were a bit noisy and MPEG4 makes the 
> screen "swim" due to the noise.  I tried to apply the denoise3d filter on 
> the transcode settings screen, but the image still looked the same.  I 
> tried the "invert" filter but the image was not inverted.  I'm using MythTV 
> 0.20.


Not a specific answer, just something to think about.

Usually folks using RTjpeg are using simple frame grabbers for capture.
If this is the case, and you have a reasonably fast machine, think about
just encoding to MPEG4 in the first place.

Just a thought.

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