[mythtv-users] mac build (really about h264 editing)
johnpilk222 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 1 12:43:40 UTC 2021
On 01/03/2021 11:39, James wrote:
>> On 1 Mar 2021, at 7:06 pm, Dennis Alders <dennis.alders at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am interested in the h2643cut.sh script. Could you share it with me?
> Dennis it is here
> I have a directory structure
> searching eg 0301 lets you choose the recording
> you need a work dir. Mine is /store/TScut_work
> Finally my destination hierachy is. /store/Movies/Myth-A .. Myth-Z
> <enter> chooses the destination based on name, but you can override eg I don't want 'The Jackal' stored under Myth-T rather Myth-J
> but heck it's a bash script, hack it as you will.
> I've not had a failure in 100s of cuts.
>>> On 30 Jan 2021, at 14:31, James Linder <jam at tigger.ws> wrote:
>>>> On 30 Jan 2021, at 9:18 pm, John Hoyt <john.hoyt at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I think it is fixed
>>>> John P - a big thank you for pointing me to the solution!
>>> cut the video
>>> I've got an h263cut.sh based on what someone posted a year or 2 ago
>>> generate a cutlist-times
>>> use mythffmpeg to cut each segment based on those times
>>> use mythffmpeg to concat each segment
>>> When all is done, a minute, the resultant file has no errors
>>> Mail me if anyone wants a copy
Hi James: You kindly sent me that script at the time. I had to hack it
because I didn't have your directory structure, but when I got it
working the results had serious A/V sync problems.
I noticed that it used the 'demux' mode of concat in ffmpeg, rather than
the 'protocol' version, and I have tweaked one of my scripts the do the
same. I'm still experimenting and am now reasonably happy - but I'm
still not sure why I got the A/V sync problem and you presumably don't.
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