On 11/4/2019 8:22 AM, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
You are unable to understand what I ask for, and send an email 2 minutes
after I replied to Nicholas who gave a similar answer, when his lack of
intelligence or good behaviour turned annoying.
a) email is not synchronous and replies overlap.
b) we are "unable to understand" because you haven't stated a question that
can be answered- you kind of asked the question "how can I make my car go
faster" without even telling us the make/model of the car.
I have gotten 1 good answer, 2 bad ones, and 1 case of annoying behaviour
Welcome to the ffmpeg-user mailing list; the technical content is usually
quite good, the wording can be a bit rough.
And you've already been asked not to "top-post" on this list; continuing to
do that suggests that you're not interested in actually engaging with the list.
(in a top-posted reply)
On 11/4/2019 8:36 AM, Morten W. Petersen wrote:
> Let me ask in a different way, how can I encode a video to the smallest
> possible size, while still discerning some movement?
set the resolution to 1x1 and the frame rate to 1 per second; that'll be a
really small file but completely useless. What's the minimum resolution you
can tolerate? What's the minimum frame-rate that won't lose information.
Maybe you need to only save the parts with detectable motion and discard the
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