ffmpeg2theora - A simple converter to create Ogg Theora file

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Simon.T
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ffmpeg2theora - A simple converter to create Ogg Theora file

#1 Post by Simon.T » Mon Aug 04, 2008 12:21 am

right now ffmpeg2theora provides only a command line interface.
2008-05-19 new version released - 0.21
  • switch default extension to .ogv
    enable Ogg Skeleton by default
    add kate streams for subtitles (--subtitles, --subtitles-language, subtitles-category, and --subtitles-encoding options)
    start- and endtime now also works if an output framerate is set
    several bugfixes

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http://v2v.cc/~j/ffmpeg2theora/
this is how I found it:
http://www.pcworld.com/article/149262/2 ... k=rss_news
http://www.foxiewire.com/MozillaTechnol ... deo-codec/

enjoy!


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#2 Post by nycjv321 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 6:18 am

Simon the Theora Codec is unstable and in its alpha stages and should only be used for testing... it is ok for small video but h264 blows it out the water onwards.... I use ffdshow+virtualdubmod for all my video needs unless I need foobar or oggdropxpd(p4) for flac/vorbis audio

also... this is a console app almost all console apps are portable no settings stored and such so yea it *should* be portable..

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#3 Post by Simon.T » Mon Aug 04, 2008 10:11 am

well... I just saw it (an open-source app) and submitted it (at least you know that this project exists) :?

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#4 Post by nycjv321 » Mon Aug 04, 2008 5:54 pm

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yea the x264 project that allows encoding of the h264 codec is made by the vlc people FYI :D

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