Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: New version of GUI converter tool out
Re: New version of GUI converter tool out
From: lee donaghy <lee295012_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2004 19:22:28 +0000 (GMT)
--- John Wunder <john.wunder02_at_stjohns.edu> wrote: >
i wondered if its possible to use mplayer/mencoder
instead, its available for win32 can read nearly every
format and can resize and save as avi.
just a suggestion ;)
Is it possible in future to choose the bitrate of
> mp3 song?
> Yeah, it should be. I had planned on using
> --presest standard
> just until I got it working then making a choice,
> but I forgot.
> It should be fairly easy to implement: I'll do a
> textbox with
> --preset standard in there default and if you want
> anything else
> you can type whichever preset/command lines you
> want. Oh, I
> also plan on doing batch conversions. Both updates
> will be easy.
> > How is this resizing working? I just need AviSynth
> installed somewhere,
> > and
> > it will use it?
> > I have AviSynth installed, tried to convert an
> arbitrary .avi (not
> > 112*64,
> > compressed). The .rvf had garbage video then. What
> kind of input is
> > required?
> Huh. It works fine for me wherever I put the
> you have to install AVISynth to the default
> directory? I have
> an idea...try making your own script and running the
> on that. If it works, then I have a problem in my
> if it doesn't, then I don't know. Are .avs files
> being recognized
> as AVISynth files? I'm guessing that if the shell
> doesn't know
> they're AVISynth it won't work.
> AviSource("**path**") // which I get from the
> LanczosResize(112, 64)
> I'm not sure. Is it working for anyone else besides
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Received on 2004-03-11