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I have windows xp.
I ran a blue ray rip on my P3 with following options
-vf scale=640:272 (because my computer supports max resolution 1024x768 while original video is 1280x528)
Yet the video is slower than audio.
Can I do anything else to play this ?
How can I convert the file to lower resolution video maintaining quality & small size using ffmpeg or mencoder?
here are file specifications
You aren't going to be playing a BD rip on a P3. My dual-core laptop can barely play HD video.
If you really wanted to, you could convert it to something like a 640x272 XviD, but it would probably take that machine days just to convert the video, and obviously the video quality would be nothing like the original.
when I just ran
I got error
FATAL: Cannot initialize video driver.
Too many buffered pts
Movie-Aspect is 2.35:1 - prescaling to correct movie aspect.
VO: [directx] 1280x544 => 1280x544 Planar YV12
<vo_directx><FATAL ERROR>can't use overlay mode: please use -vo directx:noaccel
Also I played brrip though with aberrations on my pentium3 via
(1)extract sound using ffmpeg
(2)mplayer video_file -audiofile sound.mp3 -vf scale=width:height -framedrop
Here width , height is fraction of original.
By giving sound file as input , we are saving effort of processor to decode audio from brrip stream.
Last edited by sumeet inani; 12-07-2010 at 09:21 AM.
3.11 Which are good parameters for encoding high quality MPEG-4?
'-mbd rd -flags +mv4+aic -trellis 2 -cmp 2 -subcmp 2 -g 300 -pass 1/2', things to try: '-bf 2', '-flags qprd', '-flags mv0', '-flags skiprd'.