[mythtv-users] .24: Proper auto transcode settings for HDHomerun - audio slow/video choppy

Tom Runner tomj.runner at gmail.com
Fri Apr 8 04:06:11 UTC 2011


Personally, I use ffmpeg, but it's very very slow as I try to maintain good
quality (count on average 8 hours per movie). You can trigger a script
launching ffmpeg with proper command line using a user jobs.

On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 9:10 AM, Ian Evans <dheianevans at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Apr 7, 2011 at 8:25 PM, Sean Mahrt <sean at littleappleservice.com>
> wrote:
> > Did you find a thread that fixed it?  Also, what did you do with the vide
> that
> > was mis-transcoded?  I've got a few, short of playing it with VLC...
> No, just some stuff about mythtranscode not properly handling 5.1
> sound, some people saying the code was old and they never used it, and
> others discussing using other programs to shrink the files.
> Luckily it was just one news broadcast, so I deleted and turned off
> transcoding.
> Still I'd love to find out what people are doing to shrink their Mpeg
> 2 files down. I've got 1.5 TB of free space so I can wait, but I'd
> love to hear how the list is handling MPEG2 with 5.1 sound. Will make
> saving some newer series much easier. :-)
> Of course with TB drives less than $90 maybe some people are just
> expanding rather than transcoding.
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