The only way I have figured out so far is to use the command line in a terminal window to launch multiple instances of VLC. I am trying to have RTSP preview of my 3 SDI 30x cameras. The PTZOptics Control Software preview function does not work on my Mac.
$ ffmpeg -i myelementarystream_422.h264 -c:v libx264 [ other x264/encoding options ] -pix_fmt yuv420p outfile.h264 Cheers, Moritz _____ ffmpeg-user mailing list [hidden email] http://ffmpeg.org/mailman/listinfo/ffmpeg-user To unsubscribe, visit link above, or email [hidden email] with subject "unsubscribe".
Maruko Toolbox is a software for processing multimedia files such as audio and video. It's a graphical interface for x264, ffmpeg and other command line programs. Its goal is to make video suppression simple and easy.
Command-line syntax for invoking q and list of the command-line options. Options: -b blocked -q quiet mode -c console size -r replicate -C HTTP size -s secondary threads -e error traps -t timer ticks -E TLS Server Mode -T timeout -g garbage collection -u disable syscmds -l log updates -u usr-pwd local...
PERSONAL COMMAND LINE FFMPEG : Single source. ffmpeg.exe -i "input with spaces.mkv" -map 0:0 -map 0:1 \ -c:a eac3 -ab 128k -ac 2 \ -c:v libx264 -preset:v veryfast -tune:v animation -profile:v high -level:v 4.1 -b:v 3000k -strict -2 \ -x264-params ref=4:subme=8:me_range=16:trellis=1:threads=18:lookahead_threads=3:bframes=3:keyint=240:keyint_min=24:rc_lookahead=50:ratetol=1.0:cplxblur=20.0:qblur ...
Also, I find that with a quad core CPU, the video scaling of mplayer is very often the bottleneck, not x264 :s Wish mplayer was multi-threaded If you're going to encode several episodes of something, encode multiple videos at the same time, and use one thread for x264 (-t 1 option). Core i7 just loves this. The threading is insane!
The command line which does roughly what you seem to want to do would be Code Select Expand avidemux3_qt5 --load /path/to/source/video --video-codec x264 --audio-codec Lame --output-format MKV --save /path/to/output/file.mkv --quit
Our guide on x264 settings gives examples of some basic options of the x264 encoder, including information on both the command line and MeGUI profiles, as used in AutoMKV. Version History v1.0 2008.03.31 Original version by Rich Fiscus