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Old 05-19-2006, 06:29 AM   #1
mowne
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produce real media files, but not from raw


Hello,

im currently trying to produce real media files for streaming. the source is mpeg-2 from a VDR-system(video disc recorder).

Problem is, the linux Real Producer can only handle uncompressed video.

if i transcode the vdr-file to RAW-AVI, 5 minutes of video generate 2gb data wich is way too much thinking of a complete movie would generate ~50gb..

so my question at last: is there any other software that can produce real media files. best solution would be a export filter for transcode.

any other ideas?

Thanks, Joe
 
  


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