|Transcoding using MythTV and the PSP|
I've been working on getting nuvexport to transcode my MythTV recordings to PSP in my spare time for the last couple of days and I think I am getting closer. I had to hack some of the nuvexport perl, and at least I now have all of the packages installed (would you believe that nuvexport doesn't tell you what packages are missing?). I think that my final problem -- which is that the video doesn't work on the PSP. I suspect it has something to do with the ffmpeg command line. Check this out:
Starting ffmpeg: /usr/bin/nice -n19 ffmpeg -f rawvideo -s 720x480 \ -r 29.9700298309326 -i /tmp/fifodir_24287/vidout -f yuv4mpegpipe - \ 2> /dev/null | /usr/bin/nice -n19 yuvdenoise 2> /dev/null | \ /usr/bin/nice -n19 ffmpeg -threads 2 -y -f s16le -ar 48000 -ac 2 \ -i /tmp/fifodir_24287/audout -f yuv4mpegpipe -s 720x480 \ -aspect 1.33333333333333 -r 29.9700298309326 -i - -aspect 1.3333 \ -r 14.985 -deinterlace -croptop 10 -cropbottom 10 -cropleft 14 \ -cropright 14 -s 320x240 -b 768 -bufsize 65535 -ab 32 -acodec aac \ -f psp -title 'The Simpsons - The Sweetest Apu' \ '/data/psp/The Simpsons - The Sweetest Apu.MP4'
I'll keep you posted on when I get it working.
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