Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: converting a video
Re: converting a video
From: John Wunder <john.wunder02_at_stjohns.edu>
Date: Sat, 10 Apr 2004 13:39:34 -0400
I would suggest using the DirectShow filter, as long as you have DirectX
installed(which most people do). I does all the conversions and
for you in one step. You can use it with either GraphEdit or the GUI...
whichever is easier. Unfortunately, the current version of the filter
not be working, but a new one that works should be up soon. It's worth the
Download the filters, GraphEdit, and a readme here:
And the GUI(if you want to use it) here:
On Fri, 09 Apr 2004 17:12:33 -0500, Glenn Ervin at Home
> I successfully extracted my wav from my video.
> I can easily convert that to MP3.
> I tried running AVItoYUV.exe with the correct command-line parameters,
> it could not access the frames.
> I suspect that I did not convert the file to 112X64.
> What are some opinions on the best tool for this?
> Can many of the common tools already on the computer likely to do this,
> i.e., windows media player, winMX, or will I need to download that demo
> Thanks for any suggestions.
> Glenn N0YJV
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Received on 2004-04-10